The day you start appreciating and anticipating autumn, is the day you move to Amsterdam. Since as soon as your Facebook timeline starts to fill up with the first bunch of events, you know the best is about to come… Amsterdam Dance Event is a well awaited week of the biggest club festival in the world, but also all the music world community – the legends, the new-comers, the outcasts (subgenres) – all coming together to showcase the state-of-art electronic dance music. Honeslty, it’s easy to lose track (or even head) with well over 450 events already scheduled, in around 100 clubs and venues ... Read more
We already brough to your attention the browser drum machine app, and the 303 Acid Machine, but you can play around with the real Roland 909 sound – well, sort of. Web app developer Teemu Kallio has released drum machine html inspired solely on the iconic Roland 909. What else is there to say? Start playing now!
Because office hours can be spent much more wisely than actually working, the good people at Irritant Creative have constructed an in-browser drum machine called xOx that makes it possible to actually lay down a beat consisting of all the right instruments to make a simple, but catchy beat. Find your perfect drum, snare, tom, and hi-hats sound, lay down the rhythm and with all the different oscillators, cutoffs and other options that are tweakable you’ll be stuck to your screen for at least a few hours. See also: In-Browser Acid Machine Start making your beat here. Source: Createdigitalmusic.com