At Japanese Beatmaking Event, Producers Create CC Remixes in Just Four Hours

Earlier this month, the fine folks of Creative Commons Japan hosted a beatmaking event at Bigakko, an innovative art education center in Tokyo. A quartet of up and coming Japanese electronic music producers—Madegg, Metome, Foodman (best name ever), and Canooooopy—were issued a challenge: Create brand new remixes of CC-licensed tracks found online. The musicians had exactly four … Read More “At Japanese Beatmaking Event, Producers Create CC Remixes in Just Four Hours”

RE/Mixed Media Festival 2010

For those of you in the New York area (or looking to tune in from afar), an awesome event is taking place at the end of the month in Brooklyn’s Galapagos Art Space. The RE/Mixed Media Festival is a celebration of remix and collaborative creation, especially the kind that is enabled by Creative Commons licenses. … Read More “RE/Mixed Media Festival 2010”

Brooklyn Museum & Blondie's Chris Stein launch CC-licensed remix project

On October 30th, Brooklyn Museum will open Who Shot Rock & Roll, an exhibition commemorating photographers and their creative role in rock & roll history. To celebrate, the museum has teamed up with Chris Stein – co-founder of the legendary new wave band Blondie (and one of the photographers featured in the exhibit) – for … Read More “Brooklyn Museum & Blondie's Chris Stein launch CC-licensed remix project”

Aviary Release Myna Audio Editor

Today Aviary released Myna, a powerful online audio editor complete with a professional sample/loop library, numerous effects, automatons, advanced clip editing (time-stretching, reverse, etc.) and import/export capabilities. Check out the full list of features at the Myna landing page. In releasing Myna, Aviary have added another great tool to their suite of creative applications, furthering … Read More “Aviary Release Myna Audio Editor”

Indaba Music Continues To Grow

Indaba Music has had a busy summer. July saw the launch of Session Console 2.0, an upgrade of Indaba’s digital music workstation that allows musicians to collaboratively record, edit, and mix tracks online. An improved engine built on Sun Microsystems’ JavaFX platform makes the tool more robust and streamlined. The relaunch was paired with a … Read More “Indaba Music Continues To Grow”