Among the Loop 2016 performances at Funkhaus Berlin, it is undoubtedly Deantoni Parks' incredible showcase of man-machine interplay that needs to be seen to be believed. ... more
Berlin-based bass production duo Symbiz deconstruct their 2016 song 'Stereotypes', detailing how BATTERY and MASSIVE were used in creating the track's sonic identity and unique rhythm patterns. ... more
Berlin based artist Black Cracker highlights MASCHINE JAM's dexterity as a live performance tool, using it to remix and re-edit vocals and beats in real-time. ... more
This is a live recording of the experimental music show VLK and I played at Noise.Berlin on Dec. 3rd 2016. MORE INFORMATION & SAMPLE PACK DOWNLOAD BELOW ... more
Any of you using Bitwig Studio? Curious to hear some thoughts and reviews. ... more
Jonas78: Have been on vista for a while and the demo didn't work for it, will check again on this new desktop, curious as well. A mate uses it on his linux machine; https://soundcloud.com/missingsense , I would like to try it in combination with redux.
bogdan: thanks for chiming in. Curious to hear your thoughts when you've had some time with it.
Using a variety of examples from his own work and others', Jace Clayton discussed the importance of cross-cultural systems of knowledge in today's networked digital reality. ... more
In this Loop 2015 discussion, Daniel Miller shares stories from nearly four decades as Mute records' label head, including insights about loyalty, the power of deadlines, and liberation through limitation. ... more
After his Loop keynote address "Failure=Success", Robert Henke sat down with Dennis DeSantis, author of "Making Music, 74 Creative Strategies For Electronic Music Producers". The two discuss the importance of perception and communication, listening to (and ignoring) critique from peers, the pitfalls of fame and success, and much more. ... more
Among many valuable insights, Robert Henke's keynote presentation at Loop 2015 offers sage advice on dealing with the multitasking nature of modern music making, how to learn from machines, and the counter-intuitive yet undeniable value of failure as a driver of musical and technical innovation. ... more
Thanks Berlin! Crowd, artists, crew - everyone. ... more