I sold my drum machine this evening to a gentleman who happens to be a software developer. He has started his own company called DSPaudio, and the first product is a pretty nifty looking software sequencer. The Nortron (as it’s called) actually contains four individual 16-step sequencers, and was designed with inspiration from the sought-after Latronic Notron hardware sequencer.
It’s currently available for Mac OS X, but a Windows version is supposedly on the way. A downloadable demo is available too. Check it out…let us all know what you think.
Great freakin’ news for music gaming!
“The acquisition of Harmonix will deepen MTV’s connection to its audience via on-line, mobile and console music gaming, and expand the relationship with both labels and artists through the creation of games based on classic songs as well as future album releases,” said MTV President Christina Norman. “Harmonix’s technology allows everyone to pursue their rock and roll fantasies, even people like me, with more musical ambition than actual talent.”
Some Sounds We Like and DoBox Recordings are proud to present A.V.A. (audio.video.art) on Friday, September 8th at Blue Monkey in downtown San Jose. This event will feature live performances from DoBox artists Qorser, Steve Cooley and The Rhythmist. Also performing will be Noka from Nokamusic and Chachi Jones from Robotspeak. On top of all that, Steve Cooley will also have an interactive video installation for all to enjoy. Click the flyer image for info.