Posts Tagged ‘ Free ’

The Traktor Kontrol S8.


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The TRAKTOR KONTROL S8 introduces a new era in DJing. Create in the moment. Connect with your crowd. And perform with unrivaled, cutting-edge power. Driven by touch-sensitive controls, high-res displays put TRAKTOR PRO software within sight, keeping you focused on the music – not on your laptop. Innovative touch-and-see workflow makes browsing, editing, effects and Remix Decks instantly accessible, cheek the method below.

Roll Up, The Remix.


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Sage the Gemini, Zyme, Deptronic, and Sircut have come together to put out one of the dopest, remixes of the year.  ‘Roll Up’ has been making waves for months, and Sircut’s adaptation is a track to check out.  Take a listen below.

Beatport Pro For The Mac?


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Beatport has been an incredible resource for DJ’s since its creation in 2004.  Beatport allows your to manage your music collection within a free application built by DJs for DJs. Create and manage playlists, add extended metadata, tag your music with attributes, use advance filtering tools, and shop with multiple carts. Download it for free at http://pro.beatport.com.

 

Busta Rhymes Discusses Lil Wayne’s Negative Remarks About New York.


“Everybody’s entitled to their opinion,” NY native Busta said Wednesday on Hot 97 personality Angie Martinez’s afternoon show to promote his new free LP Year of the Dragon.  In fact, Busa Bus has similar feelings toward El Paso, Texas, after he and his entourage were arrested after performing there several years back. “It don’t mean I don’t like the people there, it don’t mean I don’t like my support, my love, but I don’t like El Paso,” the Dungeon Dragon stated, making his point very clear. “My experience in El Paso makes me not like it. I haven’t done another show there since.”  As far as his buddy Weezy, Busta understands why he’s down on the Big Apple. On Monday, MTV News asked Wayne how it felt to perform in New York on August 14 with Nicki Minaj.

“You know, flat out: I don’t like New York,” Weezy said before saying he had an “awesome” time on stage with Nicki.  State Senator Malcolm A. Smith of Queens was “angry,” “taken aback” and “shocked” by Lil Wayne’s contempt for his beloved city, according to The New York Times, so much so that he organized a conference in Father Duffy Square, between West 46th and West 47th Streets, on Wednesday to demand an apology.  “If you don’t like New York,” Smith said, according to the NY Times, “you don’t have to come to New York. You don’t have to sell your products here. And perhaps we won’t come to your concerts.”

Mix Vibes – Cross DJ Softwear.


“MixVibes is proud to present the most exciting DJing application they have ever made: CrossDJ for iPad. MixVibes brings you a comprehensive iPad DJing experience with a user friendly yet professional and feature rich layout. This application allows all DJs to enjoy performing quality sounding mixes on an iPad.”  You can check a full report out here.

The DJ Storm iPhone A.P.P.


Technology is the wave that’s sweeping up and coming artists into the spotlight now a days.  I remember just a few years ago, Soulja Boy was a shining light among fledgling rappers for being signed off YouTube hits.  But now a days, promoters, radio stations, magazines, label execs, and even DJ’s take a look at someone’s web stats when considering doing work with an artist.  The web and all the devices interconnected to it are now the way to spread music through the world, and the creative force Adam Patton over at ‘Down With A.P.P.‘ is well aware of this.  Luckily for me, Mr. Patton, one of the most talented people in digital media had the DJ Storm brand in mind when conceptualizing a creative iPhone application.  Everything in the photos is purely at a concept stage, but you can read more at the BeHance.net page.

Loop Lab – The Online Music Producers Tool.


Looplabs is the web’s premiere online music mixing application and platform. Since 2000 they have connected millions of web users from around the world to the art of music mixing through our extremely intuitive and easy-to use software interfaces. Loop Lab developed successful online music campaigns for Bacardi DJ, Lebron James/Sprite, ESPN, Microsoft, Sony/PSP, Calvin Klein, Miller Brewing, Coca-Cola, Heineken, Dodge, Toyota, Maverick Records and many more. They’re technology has been used to help launch the BacardiDJ program, empowered Sony PSP users to customize and remix in-game soundtracks, enabled fans to create the soundtrack to the Lebron James Sublymonal Sprite TV spot, created music from sounds from a MINI, recut ESPN highlight reels and learn about IPR by creating ringtones with Microsoft. The site has received top Interactive awards and been featured on TechTV, Cre@te Online and live at MacWorld where Steve Jobs used it during the launch of Safari to illustrate the robust power of the new Browser for Mac OSX.

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Nicki Minaj Album Preview.


There has already been a leak as to Nicki Minaj’s latest Album “Pink Friday” which internet users have been lapping up since it broke and become available November 9th. It is a highly anticipated album which many fans are very excited about.  Previous to the internet leak there was quite a bit of mystery surround the album, as Minaj has been extremely reclusive and has declined to say anything about the sound of the new album or what it will be like.  This has given fans a taste of what is to come and what they will be able to expect with her latest work.  The seven minute teaser of the album that Minaj has released to the public is fanning the flames of anticipation with fans all over the world, creating much speculation about what the rest of the album is going to sound like.

All City Chess Club – I’m Beamin (Remix)


 

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The All City Chess Club, which Lupe describes as being more of a movement than a group, consists of himself, Asher Roth, B.o.B, The Cool Kids, Charles Hamilton, Blu, Wale, Diggy, J. Cole, and Pharrell.  “It’s kinda this new vanguard,” Lupe says. “The kids who wouldn’t necessarily be the basketball team they would probably be the Chess Club if we was in high school. And I was like ‘Yo, we all from different cities. We the All City Chess Club.’”  Lupe went on to explain the dynamics of the All City Chess Club and its members.  “I just wanted it to be the collective of those dudes and put a name on it,” said Lupe. “Like they already kinda put us all in the same box. They kinda put us in the same family of MC’s whether it be the hipster rappers or the nerd rappers…Since they putting us in a box, might as well own the box. And write our name on the box and paint it the color we want it.”

The first single from the entire conglomerate is Lupe’s remix to I’m Beamin.  Click the pic to download.