Kurt Kurasaki aka Peff has probably the longest friendly relationship with Propellerhead Software of any of those power users. When Kurt was hacking ReBirth and started those well known ReBirth Mods I wasn’t even using a computer for music. After years of working with the Atari 1040st the PC didn’t feel right to me. I […]
Archive | August, 2006
I hate spam and I hate these companies who are spamming my comments here at Melodiefabriek. Today is the day. None of these companies will be able to leave their unwanted comments anymore. From now on anyone must have a previously approved comment before it will be published. Most of you will have no trouble […]
Burns AJ of MySpace was asking me for a simple way to embed a player on his MySpace-page in a way I am using it on mine. After I send him the script I noticed that the MySpace email-system had deleted all the code, so therefore I am offering this text-file at Melodiefabriek so anyone […]
A good metering system is an engineer’s best friend. I am using RME’s digiCHECK for years now and I still love it. In fact it is probably the reason why I never sold my RME Hammerfall. I do like the Hammerfall’s sound, but WDM-support is still lacking. The new WDM beta-drivers are still not okay, […]
I am day 228 at Indieish.com.
On june 27 I was asked to talk at the symposium eTonaal about making money with Creative Commons. It’s now available online: http://www.etonaal.nl/archief.php – direct link to the stream (my talk starts at the second half of this video) It’s all in Dutch, so it might be hard for most of you to understand what […]
Fiona McLaren of Last.fm contacted DiSfish about adding DiSfish content to the Last.fm website. That is really good news! The next couple of months we will work together with Last.fm to make DiSfish music available on Last.fm. Thanks to Mike Linksvayer of Creative Commons for connecting us all together! Official press release at DiSfish
When I was searching this morning on the term ‘Propellerhead Reason’ I noticed that my Reason-lens at Squidoo was shown as link number 30. That’s not bad at all! It’s ranked higher than an old Reason recource like ReasonStation for example. At Squidoo it has a overall ranking of 152, which is also a good […]
He is the best. Bernard Purdie that is.
I was reading this rather interesting post of Lucas Gonze and was wondering which format he likes best. I love Ogg and Flac the most. Flac should be supported by all audio applications, no doubt. Ableton Live 5 already supports it, which is excellent. To make a point: wouldn’t it help if I, Lucas and […]