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  1. A retrospective exhibition celebrating the 21st Anniversary of the birth of the iconic record label Mo'Wax. "2013/14 marks the 21st anniversary of the birth of the label, and over a decade since the last release. To celebrate this milestone, we want to host a very special exhibition of the Mo'Wax archive, including never before seen artwork, proofs, paintings, toys and clothing, as well as personal notes and other memorabilia. So we need YOUR HELP to raise funds to restore the archive and put on the show. The exhibition will take place in London, but if we raise more, then we will try
  2. Since the other thread has grown to 20+ pages at the time of this posting, I think it's a good idea to post a general "what's going on" FAQ to let everybody know what the status of the project is. I'll add to this as I have the time and address as many questions as possible. So, without further adieu: The Kickstarter is LIVE NOW! Click Here! 9/4/2014 @ 1:30CST: Huge news! We're lifting the number of contributor restrictions so anyone who wants it will be able to purchase it! More money for charity! More money for Richard/Rephlex! More money for the seller! What's this all about? Wh
  3. https://www.musicradar.com/news/phonocut-lets-you-cut-your-own-vinyl-records-at-home
  4. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/394188952/2020-the-semi-modular-beat-machine And some heavily edited video: Basically I'm very interested in this, but not sure it's worth the investment for what I might get out of it. Seen a few reviews popping up in the weeks since I first saw it, but none of them really have any more information on actual real time usage or live demos; all we're shown is the video above and some links to performances where it's assumed a version of the software was used. I'm quite sure this guy isn't blowing smoke, but I'm also not sure how useful/good this
  5. I'd have to say fuck yeah! to this. $100 seems paltry when compared to one of the greatest and perhaps last remnants of humanity that will exist. If you've seen Star Trek The Motion Picture, or that one episode of Next Generation with the flute, you know where I'm going with this. Those records will probly outlast our planet when our Sun eventually engulfs us. Maybe we'll send something else out that far, but it doesn't seem to be a priority right now. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/22/science/nasa-voyager-golden-record-carl-sagan-kickstarter.html?&moduleDetail=section-ne
  6. A lot of cool affordable synthesizers being kickstarted at the moment, anything you guys are looking forward to? https://www.kickstarter.com/discover/categories/technology/sound?ref=category I personally am broke af, but I'm hoping to back this as a late christmas present.
  7. Roel Funcken started a Kickstarter campaign to release the album The Faex Is Decimated on vinyl. Support richt here to claim your copy: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1472956459/legiacs-the-faex-has-decimated-on-vinyl-exclusive?lang=de
  8. We're all enjoying immensely Richard's amazing "release" (insert dump, pro-dumpers) of unreleased material via SoundCloud, and making them available for download. Some have even put together artwork and compiled them into collections, but being digital tracks, there's only so far something like that can go. What if you could buy a "Best of" compilation, on a physical format(s), selected tracks, remastered, etc.? Would you? If not, why not? Of course, Richard would need to be willing to provide masters, and agree to it to begin with... The mind reels at the possibilities...
  9. "An audiotape-based alternative to the turntable, providing turntablists with a more versatile and intuitive way to scratch." https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jeremyseanbell/the-scrubboard The following video is a demonstration of the early prototype. You should also watch the video from the Kickstarter page, the guy gave thought to the final product (i really like the idea of turning the Scrubboard into a keytar-scrubboard hybrid !).
  10. Kickstarter approached me recently asking if I would be interested and willing to be on a Music Discussion Panel at SXSW (South By Southwest) 2015 this upcoming March in Austin, TX. This is very much the story of music communities coming together to make great things. They'll be using the CAT023 project as a highlighted example of how fans and artists can come together and use Kickstarter in unique and exciting ways, beyond the traditional expectation of musicians using the site to fund new album recordings. Joining me on panel, if it is selected, will be fellow Kickstarter creators and mu
  11. Anyone else in the forums a fan of this rhythm/music game? I spent a good deal of time with friends, my brother, etc, playing this game and perfecting my button mashing skills when it came out (same with the precursor, frequency). Yeah, the music isn't autechre or aphex or squarepusher etc, but it was an awesome time! This was before all the relative shit music games... (I still enjoy guitar hero... I'm a geek I guess? lol). Sorry, back to the point. Harmonix is rebooting the franchise. Fans have been asking for years for a sequel to Amplitude, their second release after Frequenc
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