… It’s Good Music” is the Free Music Archive’s tagline, and quite right they are too: Free Music contains nearly 80,000 carefully curated and classified music tracks of all kinds of genres and moods.No comments.
MusOpen is a non-profit focused on improving access and exposure to music by creating free resources and educational materials. The site provides recordings, sheet music, and textbooks to the public for free, without copyright restrictions.No comments.
MÃºsica MÃ³vel is a group of Brazilian developers and musicians that are creating cool and original mobile apps for music production. The applications take images captured live from the camera, graphical fractal tree structures, or gestures, to generate sounds, melodies and beats, turning your smartphone into a musical instrument.No comments.
Kevin McLeod is one of those artists who you don’t know you love until someone points him out to you. And then, suddenly, he seems to be everywhere.No comments.
Armadillo is a new and talented musician who is making his work free for download. Although he has currently only 11 tracks on his site (hey! But that’s still like a whole CD’s worth!), they are all uniformly great. Armadillo is equally proficient with chamber music, disco, funk and 8-bit game-like tracks. Armadillo promises to…No comments.
NASA has just put online a huge number of sound clips for free download and use. Ideal for mixing into music, or for sound effects in films, the clips include sounds taken from different kinds of rockets taking off (turn the volume down before playing these); eerie blips, hisses and squawks from our solar system…No comments.
Admittedly, to write a novel all you need is a pen and paper, and to paint a picture all you need is a canvas, brushes and oil-paints. But works of art that belong to the realm of “new media” are much more complex, requiring all sorts off pre-built assets. For a film, for example, you…No comments.