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Winner of the SP-404 Donkey Kong Beat Challenge: Daruma

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Winner of the SP-404 Donkey Kong Beat Challenge: Daruma

Daruma's sample filp for the SP-404 Donkey Kong Beat Challenge features pattern mode combined with resampling, live fx and some finger drumming. Enjoy!

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Njordlyd | Circles

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Njordlyd | Circles

There is a long story to this track. It all started with a combination of a few sounds, which to me has a sort of “circling” effect. However, the sounds also reminds me of a magnificent “Circular Ride” (dark ride) from an Amusement Park in Copenhagen (Denmark) called “The Flying Trunk" (in Danish: Den flyvende Kuffert) and consists of a “continuously-moving” chain of vehicles (trunks). During the ride, the visitors pass several scenes displaying/depicting fairy tales from H.C. Andersen. The beginning and the end of the track resembles boarding and disembarking. Everything in between resembles various “scenes” or “rooms”. How...

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From Silence into a Musical Space

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From Silence into a Musical Space

"This is a Music Therapy exercise employing an inward focus on the breath in combination with an engaged music listening technique, which can facilitate a deep and therapeutic music listening experience." Hayes Leslie

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ANR | Interview + Products + 20% OFF!

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ANR | Interview + Products + 20% OFF!

AudioNewsRoom - ANR tested Cremacaffè stands with PERfourMER MKII, MacBook Air, IK Multimedia UNO Synth and more... - Read the review here!

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A Personal Story of Things

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A Personal Story of Things

When it comes to "sustainable" choices, lots of things are uncertain, and people never know if their energies and money are well spent. The word itself, “sustainability” implies a compromise: what is it that we are supposed to sustain, or tolerate, or balance?

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