Big ups to HIGRADETV for this awesome footage of the God Sean Price(‘Sean Peeee!!’) rockin’ joints off of his album “Mic Tyson“, plus past classics, live in Toronto on April 19th, 2013, accompanied by the homie PH for their song Batterin’ Bars. Click on “more” to see Parts 2 & 3 after the jump.
How many of us have struggled with having written a verse on a cell phone only to go in the booth and the font is too small, the backlight goes to sleep in the middle of a take, or you are trying to scroll down because the rhyme doesn’t all fit on the page? Well, here’s an app that addresses many of those problems, as well as helps you keep your verses and songs organized. Rather than explain it to you I’ll just let the video do the talking. Screenshots above, video below. Let us know what you think!
This is from “High Rollers NYC presents: High Rollers Genus #1 ft. The Audible Doctor”. The Audible Doctor explains his musical childhood (piano lessons, singing in choir, etc), how he got into music production and shows us some of his techniques. He chops up some samples, lays drums and puts a track together right in front of us. This is one for our “Tech Squad” section. But The Audible Doc also talks about making music with BrownBagAllStars (BBAS) and there are some clips of a BBAS video at the end. Enjoy!
Okay I am just going to post this. I don’t think it requires much explaining. If you aren’t familiar with the AKAI MPC series of samplers, or aren’t a producer, then this wont mean anything to you, whether you own an iPad 2 or not. But if you do know what it is, you understand what this means for the production game. Question is, is it a good thing? Will this lead to MORE creativity as talented producers (like 88-Keys who is in the video), use it to make great music on the go? Or will it make every 12 year old with an iPad 2 THINK they are a “producer” and fill the internet with 11 million more crappy beats? It’s not the technology that makes the music, it’s the man (or woman). But still, I think this is hella cool.
MPC Fly merges unmatched Akai Professional technology with the power of your iPad 2, embodying legendary capabilities that have made the MPC an industry standard like real MPC pads, MPC Note Repeat and MPC Swing. Its multifunctional, double-hinged design gives you the flexibility to produce tracks anywhere, while also acting as a protective case between sessions and giving you total access to your iPad 2 for normal uses. MPC Fly transforms your iPad 2 into a professional beat-making powerhouse.
This iPhone/ipad app is pretty damn awesome. I think i may get one just for this app! The Native Instruments iMaschine app is actually a combination sampler, sequencer, and audio processor. Use the pre packed sound kits, import your own, or use the built in mic to add new ones on the fly. Watch the videos below to see what i mean, best of all the app is only $4.99! even if you’re not a producer you should download this and see what you can come up with!