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Part 1 of 3: This video explores what music technology is and shows the close relationship that music and technology have shared throughout human culture.

wdtvlive42·909 videos

RCA Victor demonstrates how vinyl records were made using step by step examples of the production process. Starting with a live recording being taped, we then see a master being made, duplication of the master, a mold, and duplication of the mold ready for mass production of the latest audio masterpiece. .
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WDTVLIVE42 – Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past – newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from my archives.

DubSpot·501 videos

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The AlphaSphere is a new electronic musical instrument developed by award-winning technology company nu desine based out of Bristol, UK. Adam Place, founder of nu desine, was in the United States recently and visited Dubspot NYC, where he showcased the performance possibilities of the AlphaSphere and explained how he came up with the idea to create a brand-new instrument. The AlphaSphere was nominated for Stuff Magazine’s Design of the Year as part of the Gadget Awards 2012 (alongside inventions by Google, Microsoft, and Nokia) and has been referred to as one of “the world’s most futuristic musical instruments.”
In this video, Adam Place demonstrates and talks about electronic music production and performance with the AlphaSphere; looking beyond conventional keyboards and exploring new musical possibilities and ideas; the intuitive nature of a spherical music instrument; and mapping, programming and sequencing samples and MIDI using the standalone application AlphaLive.

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midi intro

August 28, 2013

mrr00·8 videos

Moog Documentary

July 14, 2013

xBlame2workshopx·21 videos

 

Ray Morgan·43 videos

The Museum of Synthesizer Technology

MP3s & Sound Quality

April 26, 2013

ArtistsHouseMusic·2,275 videos

In this http://www.artistshousemusic.org video interview, Carl Beatty, a veteran engineer and Professor of Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music, discusses the lesser sound quality of most MP3s as compared to compact disc, and whether this difference actually matters to consumers.

ArtistsHouseMusic·2,275 videos

In this http://www.artistshousemusic.org video interview, Carl Beatty, a veteran engineer and Professor of Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music, discusses whether digital recordings can sound as good as analog, and what determines the quality of a good or bad digital recording. He also shares his thoughts on whether or not consumers care about sound quality.