Through Records

Sinapsya's Electronik Music Network, Rec & Blog. Through Records is Sinapsya, and Sinapsya is Electronic Music.
Through Records (sub-label of Truckstop 76th). Sinapsya through this label casts light
on the eclectic nature that explores several different kinds of electronik Music. The Mission: The search for the perfect
sound never heard is the focal point of our label. To promote the sound, not the artist, but the music to
its roots of training, the set of sounds more or less harmonious or discordant unlimited and not pre-imposed genres.

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Modulares Interface from Florian Born on Vimeo.

Multi-touch devices like the iPad have become more and more popular over the last couple of years. Nowadays they are not only used for browsing and sending e-mails, but also as a medium for new fields of applications. One particular thing of multi-touch devices is in need of improvement: It is the lack of haptic feedback, which makes it difficult to set parameters precisely. 
Regarding to this problem the project has been developed to provide a variety of physical controllers.
These controllers expand the usage of a touch device with a haptic feedback while adjusting parameters.
By using magnets, the different controllers can easily be arranged onto the iPad. A modular interface appears, which uses a given device just like the iPad.

The system contains three different parts:
- The physical controllers (button, slider and knob), made out of conductive aluminium to pass on the electrical discharge of the human skin.
 
- A frame, made out of aluminium and plastic, in which the iPad is inserted. The edge of the frame has embedded magnets, making it possible to position the controller precisely and easily.
 
- The software, running as an app on the iPad. It organizes the control elements and sends the parameters to the corresponding software, which is controlled by the modular interface.
The controllers are made of aluminium because of its property to forward electrical charge. Therefore, the electrical discharge of the human skin can be transmitted to the touchscreen of the iPad.
To prevent the control devices from screeching the display, a piece of conductive foam is used on the end of each controller.
An app programmed in Cinder/C++ is running on the iPad. It manages the individual setup of the controllers and reads their input on the touchscreen. The app then transfers the information via OSC to a connected application.

supervised by:
Prof. Dennis Paul
Prof. Peter von Maydell

sound by:
Ole Wiedekamm

Aphex Twin - MARCHROMT30A edit 2b 96 (SYRO Bonus Track)

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F**king cool sound This night :-) @twistedtools

Tonight rhythm manipulation @twistedtools @izotopeinc

This is Xfer Records’s Serum (PlugInGuru Sonic Tour)

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The Best Drum Sampler ever made :)
NI Polyplex (Drum Sampler) - Features Overview

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Sound Chopper 2 V2.0 from Matteo Cerquone on Vimeo.

New version of sound chopper 2 now available for download.
In this new release you’ll be able to :
- load your own VST plug ins inside the software
- control the parameters using the motion leap
download it at matteocerquone.com/sound-chopper-2/

Aisatsana - Aphex Twin - Barbican, London 10th October 2012

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Aphex Twin- Syro 2014 Full Album

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Something new & f**king beaytiful

csSpectral - Using a MIDI Controller from boulangerlabs on Vimeo.

csSpectral works great with MIDI controllers. Here is how to set things up and explore some of the interactive and improvisational possibilities.

csSpectral live open mic improv from boulangerlabs on Vimeo.

Having fun exploring some of the Csound-based digital signal processing magic in csSpectral. Note: We should have paid more attention the the “feedback warning” dialog when we opened the mic!

Funkbox inside csSpectral

Introducing the new i-XY with Lightning connector for iPhone 5, iPhone 5s & iPhone 5c from RØDE Microphones on Vimeo.

The i-XY with Lightning connector features a matched pair of ½ inch condenser capsules arranged in a stacked X-Y configuration, with on-board high-fidelity analogue to digital conversion. This ensures accurate, immersive and true to life stereo recordings.

Interchangeable rubber mounting clamps are supplied to suit both iPhone 5/5s and 5c, which also provide shock mounting and help to minimise vibration transferring to the microphone capsules. A foam windshield for outdoor recording and protective storage pouch are also included.

The RØDEGrip mount is optionally available for mounting the i-XY and iPhone on a camera or microphone stand, and a “deadcat” windshield for high wind conditions will be available shortly.

RØDE Rec also recently received an update to increase compatibility and stability on the iOS 7 platform and are available to download in the App Store.

Visit ixymic.com for more information.

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