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Music Lovers, Meet The Self-Contained Hootenanny

The Self-Contained Hootenanny is an autonomous mechanical band using 17 instruments built into the cabinet to generate a verifiable rock party. Contained within a handcrafted oak cabinet, the instruments are played by a system of precisely calibrated pneumatics that strum and pluck strings while thumping and tapping drums. The machine stores 13,000 MIDI, MP3, and Karaoke songs that are selected using a 15-inch touchscreen interface, allowing the operator to choose from 10 music categories, including rock, big band, blues, bluegrass, jazz, children’s songs, and more. Its rhythm section relies on a bass and snare drum, augmented by 12 auxiliary percussion instruments, Read More

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Far Western: The Evolution Of Country Music In Japan

It’s rare that you catch me getting excited about a documentary, but it’s a tad hard to watch the Kickstarter video for Far Western, and not get a big smile on your face, especially when you love country music. (We’re talking about the real stuff — Merle, Waylon, Willie, Kris, Hank, et al.; not that processed Tim McGraw crap.) Justin Payne, a young filmmaker out of Tulsa, Oklahoma, has done thorough research on this project, filming the small but fanatical Japanese movement to bring bluegrass and traditional country to the East, and his efforts require one more trip before the Read More

Samsung Milk Introduces Unlimited Skips

Samsung Milk is one of the great unsung benefits of being Team Samsung. If you own one of the newer Galaxy tablets or smartphones and you live in the U.S., then you already know about its contribution to the streaming music service market. For those who don’t, it’s a freebie that comes with Galaxy ownership, and until recently, it allowed a limited number of skips per hour. Now by paying the $3.99 per month, you can have unlimited skips and listen to only the stuff you want to hear, ad-free. Featuring 200 stations of music and a customizable dial that Read More

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Skye: Soundtrack Your Life

We live in an age where you should never have to leave your music collection behind. There are a lot of ways you can take it with you on the go, and while we’re not sure what the best option is, we know there are many good ones. And the product we have to tell you about today works with virtually all of them. Skye is a WiFi music receiver for your music dock designed to soundtrack your life. The wireless technology packed into this device allows you to stream and control your favorite tunes from your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android, Read More

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LP To MP3 Converter Is A Groovy Way To Hold On To Forgotten Vinyl

I’m a vinyl junkie. There’s a lot on those old platters that will never again see the light of day from a traditional music release, so to have the rare stuff digitally, would be super cool. Thankfully, Hammacher is offering the LP to MP3 turntable for those of us with the time and the ambition. The turntable comes with a pair of integrated speakers, and it plugs into a computer using the included USB cable. Its included software works on Windows 8, 7, XP, Vista, or a Mac, automatically separating 33 1/3-, 45-, and 78-rpm record tracks into individual MP3s. Read More

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The gTar Turns Your iPhone Into The Best Guitar Teacher Ever

While there are a few “smart” products on the market that promise to teach you how to play the guitar quickly and simply, we don’t believe any have used the straight-forward, as-close-to-authentic-as-you-can-get method seen here. By purchasing a gTar, you’re basically buying in to the real thing. Access all music and sounds via iPhone, which docks in the guitar itself and sends signals to each individual fret, resulting in a pulsating light for each note. This method enables you to practice on gTar just like you’re using an ordinary guitar, with the added bonus of three difficulty levels, which give Read More

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Geek Wave: Watch Out iPod, Things Just Got Real

The iPod revolutionized the way we collect, carry, and listen to music, but it has always failed in one regard: optimum sound quality. Oh sure, it’s got a passable sound, and you’re not going to be unable to head-bang; but if you’re an audiophile, it’s just not there. Enter Geek Wave. Their portable music player plays every format of audio file from MP3 to DSD 128. Storage-wise, it has a staggering 2TB, which is enough to hold 5,000+ Hi-Rez tracks or 50,000+ CD quality tracks. And if that’s not enough for you, you can double the capacity because Geek Wave Read More

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Amazon Music Has Arrived

Amazon Prime members, remember that price increase the company announced a few months back that had some of you seething. (20 extra bucks for the same service? Atrocity! #FirstWorldProblems!) Well, it seems Bezos and family don’t intend to charge you more for same after all. They’ve now added Prime Music to the newly updated Amazon Music app. So now, in addition to the book-a-month freebie, the video and TV library, and the two-day shipping, you’ll have a streaming service that you can take with you on your iOS devices. Prime Music features over 1 million songs and hundreds of playlists, Read More

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