Wednesday, January 28, 2009

A Rock 'n Roll Rhythm

Back by popular demand... one do tree fo:

How to...create ambient music


Now everybody can make ambient music with the new Ambient Sequencer AS-606! Read all about it here, here and here.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Star Wars: Retold (by someone who hasn't seen it)

Hans Olo. The Stuff. Brown Muppets. The Dark Side or whatever...

Watch out watching this when drinking coffee.

Star Wars: Retold (by someone who hasn't seen it) from Joe Nicolosi on Vimeo.

Classic Hits & Songsmith

You gotta love this. Remember Microsoft's Songsmith software? The idea behind it is that you sing something - even if you can't sing at all - and Songsmith will do the rest and arrange music for you, realtime. Check it out first, if you're not familiar with it yet.

At Massive we were pretty convinced that it was good marketing strategy, with another viral video on the web. 'Cause introducing the world to such crappy sounding software isn't the best thing to be proud off...

But it seems the software is real. And within 3 weeks a new hype is born: Classic Hits & Songsmith. Here two of our favorite ones out there.

This is what it sounds like if you take David Lee Roth's vocal from 'Running With The Devil' and put it into Songsmith:

And here some Intergalatic fun:

4 Chords

The Axis of Awesome's "4 Chords" song proves that all you need to be a pop star is four simple chords.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Lifes For Sharing

A good old 'flash mob' by T-Mobile ('Lifes For Sharing' campaign):

Pretty impressive. We like. But it reminds us to 'Frozen Grand Station' from Improv Everywhere. These guys create scenes in public. For real. Check this out.