Monthly Archives: May 2009






Apparently this great little microphone has been around for a little while now, and has gone down particularly well in the States, but I first got a glimpse of it at an exhibition last Thursday evening. The Snowball Microphone is a multi-purpose, professional-grade USB-powered condenser mic for either PC or […]

Blue Microphones Snowball Microphone: capture great audio


There’s a fascinating article and video over at Wired.com featuring classical cellist Zoe Keating. She uses her Apple MacBook Pro to record her cello, and then creates loops and layers based on that. Instead of trying to get fifty cellists together in one room, she is the sole instrumentalist. In […]

Cello meets computer: Zoe Keating creates classical music with technology




The latest in the M-Audio line of digital console pianos has arrived, with Avid’s announcement of the DCP-300. Main features include: Sixteen premium sounds including Steinway Model D concert grand piano plus two vintage electric pianos, FM electric piano, clav, harpsichord, church organ, rock organ, strings, upright bass, electric bass, […]

M-Audio DCP-300 digital console piano now available from Avid