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There's An Audacious Plan To End Hunger With 3-D Printed Food

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Anjan Contractor's 3D food printer might evoke visions of the "replicator" popularized in Star Trek, from which Captain Picard was constantly interrupting himself to order tea. And indeed Contractor's company, Systems & Materials Research Corporation, just got a six month, $125,000 grant from NASA to create a prototype of his universal food synthesizer. But...
There's An Audacious Plan To End Hunger With 3-D Printed Food

Moby unveils his prized assemblage of rarified gadgets, bizarre synthesizers, and outré drum devices (video)

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Moby unveils his prized assemblage of rarified gadgets, bizarre synthesizers, and outré drum devices (video)

Free App Lets You Design Your Ultimate Monster Modular Synthesizer

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Synthesizers.com has introduced a new version of SynthInvent – a a free Windows program that lets design your ultimate monster synthesizer by dragging and dropping modules into cabinets. Systems can be saved and shared, exported to a spreadsheet, or made into a web page. Features: Easy to use Select...
Free App Lets You Design Your Ultimate Monster Modular Synthesizer
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Korg's iPolysix synth app takes your iPad back to the '80s (video)

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Synthesizers are notoriously expensive, especially some vintage models, but how'd you like a Korg Polysix for the bargain price of $14.99? Well, as long as you've got an iPad (or a mini), that's now possible with the iPolysix app released today. The '80s-era analog polyphonic synth is "fully replicated,"...
Korg's iPolysix synth app takes your iPad back to the '80s (video)

Behind the music: How MoogMusic.com survived the traffic influx of a Google Doodle

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We’ve seen a number of stories in the past about the sort of traffic that being the subject of a Google Doodle can bring. But this is the first time when we’ve gotten a chance to peek behind the curtain, so to speak. With the Moog Doodle, the CloudFlare team...
Behind the music: How MoogMusic.com survived the traffic influx of a Google Doodle

Tangerine Dream’s Edgar Froese – “We’ve Never Created Electronic Music”

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Tangerine Dream has reissued some of its classic Berlin School releases, Phaedra and Rubicon, on vinyl. They’re also back on the road, touring music from the bands’ 40+ year career. Tangerine Dream founder Edgar Froese is has been performing as Tangerine Dream since 1967 – but he still has...
Tangerine Dream’s Edgar Froese – “We’ve Never Created Electronic Music”

New HTML5 Tools Make Your Browser Sing and Dance

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Mozilla shows off some experimental web apps that point to what browsers will be able to do with embedded audio in the future. The apps allow users to manipulate and edit sound samples, play synthesizers, and create songs, all in the browser and all without Flash....
New HTML5 Tools Make Your Browser Sing and Dance

Today’s Google Doodle Is An Awesome, Playable Moog Synthesizer

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While we don’t make a habit out of covering every iteration of the Google Doodle, today’s version is especially awesome. The doodle is celebrating the birth date of Dr. Robert Moog, the inventor of the electronic analog Moog Synthesizer. The what?, you may ask. The synthesizer was an instrument Moog created...
Today’s Google Doodle Is An Awesome, Playable Moog Synthesizer

Lego Bionicles drafted into Arduino-driven band with synthesizers and more (video)

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Italian sound designer and producer Guiseppe Acito wanted to kick off his newly established blog with some fanfare. Naturally, that meant constructing a band from Lego Bionicle toys driven by an Arduino Uno and controlled by an iPad MIDI sequencer app called Nord Beat. Dubbed the Toa Mata Band,...
Lego Bionicles drafted into Arduino-driven band with synthesizers and more (video)

Teenage Engineering: If Our Parts Are Too Expensive, Here's How To Print Your Own

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There's plenty of breathless writing about the imminent 3D-printing revolution, but realistically, what is it likely to mean for most people? They probably won't all be printing out their own planes, but they may well be printing out small replacement parts for goods they own. Here's an early example of...
Teenage Engineering: If Our Parts Are Too Expensive, Here's How To Print Your Own
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