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Check Out Steve H, Composer Of Reading Rainbow, Performing New Track In 3D With Buchla 200e

Publisher, producer and performer - Steve H certainly knows his way around a synth. Here, he performs live on video his track Droplets Collide, using the Buchla 200e.

Meet The World's First 3D Printed Modular Record Player

If you've ever dreamed of a 3D-printed, modular record player with a built-in stereo pre-amp and wireless streaming options, with solar charging upgrades, that is self-assembly, you'll love this.

Designing Realtime 3D Sound Performance: Sound of MNTN, Ableton Live and Planetary Cymatic Resonance

3D sound is still a relatively new phenomenon and can be complex to work with. Timo Preece investigates how it works, and goes on a journey through space and time...

Review: Waves NX Head Tracker Gives All Headphones 3D Audio

If 3D audio is the next step for music consumers and producers then Waves Audio have jumped ahead with NX Head Tracker and NX Virtual Mix Room. Matt Vanacoro explores all the dimensions in our review.

Now Everyone Can Create 3D Sound Mixes For ANY Multiple Speaker Setup With MNTN

After AES Paris, it was clear that immersive audio is the next big thing in the music industry. And producing 3D audio, even on headphones, is now possible for everyone thanks to MNTN.

Spectrogram in Your Browser: Entrancing Real-Time 3D Pictures of Your Sounds

Web browsers can do more than log onto Facebook or show you the latest dog spinning vinyl. Spectrogram is a wonderful Chrome-based real-time Spectrogram viewer that could become very addictive.

Is this the “World’s First” Playable 3D Printed Violin?

There's been lots of talk about new musical instruments in the tech world of late. From Ableton, Livid Instruments, and Roli. Now here's a video showing a 3D printed electric violin that just rocks.

Basslet: Wristband that Brings 3D Audio to the Wearer Wins Award at Midem

How often have you really "felt" a song? The idea a piece of music “touches” us or “moves” us is fairly accepted. Yet, we primarily consume music through our ears. Until now that is!

Watch this 3D Printer That Plays MIDI

If you've ever wanted to transform your 3D printer into a MIDI playback instrument / speaker, then you'll likely be inspired by this video. Even if you haven't, take a look for a bit of fun.

Mixing: Creating 3D space in your Mix

If you have done research into how the Pro's approach Mixing, you've undoubtedly come across information such as to Mix at low levels, listening to your mix in mono and how important it is to give you