Welcome To We Are The Music Makers!
Welcome to one of the internet's longest-running (20 years!) sites for electronic music - those who enjoy it, and those who make it!
Our community of music fans and makers welcomes you to join us in varied discussions about electronic music, the making of electronic music, tips, and techniques as well as other discussions about popular media and news today. We're a varied bunch from all over the globe, from many different age groups and backgrounds.
Whether a search for a particular artist brought you here or you stumbled upon us by accident, you'll find a community of like-minded individuals to share your thoughts and passions about electronic music with here.
We'd love for you to join us, so simply use the links to do so and you'll be on your way!
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Have a browse around, and once you're ready to join, use the links on the site to do so. We've got a lot planned for our anniversary year, so it's a great time to sign up!
a year ago, pacman shared the 3d template for the collapse cover image logo, so we could use our own photos to make custom logos using blender. i've made a web app that uses his file, and now you can use your phone camera to generate the logo on the fly. try it here with your phone:
use safari if you have an iphone, or chrome if an android phone.
if you want to save the image you're looking at, just touch the camera view. i can't save it directly to your photo roll because of browser security, so a new tab will open containing the snapshot, then you can save/download it the usual ios/android way (as in, hold your finger down on the image).
many thanks to pacman.
Our first compilation, We Are The Music Makers | Volume One came out back in 2004. Since then, I've always wanted to do a Volume 2, following the same formula of having the community contribute tracks, vote on the best tracks by the community, and then have a professional-pressed CD of the release.
It would be great if we could do a vinyl version as well, but of course that costs money - the way we did it back in 2004 was by getting at least 100 preorders to fund the CD pressing. This was long before things like Kickstarter, GoFundMe, etc. changed the crowdfunding landscape. Now, we could do the same, or maybe go the Kickstarter route like we did with the Caustic Window LP? Have stretch goals for vinyl versions, shirts, etc.?
I'm 100% open to ideas, suggestions, etc. on getting this off the ground and making Volume Two a reality (and have fun doing it) - so let's hear some of your ideas and suggestions!
Will there be anything for Warp30? I haven't read / heard anything really. In particular after the big event of Warp20 - with the Fan Selection and stuff - it's so awfully quiet on the Warp front. Any insights apart from maybe a few gigs?
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