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  1. #35: Jim Dalrymple (part 1) | Release Notes

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    Today we’re joined by special guest Jim Dalrymple who shares with us his experience developing The Loop Magazine which appears in the iOS Newsstand. We talk about why he wanted to build an app, the difference between the content that appears in The Loop website and The Loop Magazine, and Jim’s love for Scottish accents. Then Jim gives us a look at the editorial process of creating an issue of The Loop Magazine – story selection, art, and animation – and shares his outlook on iOS Newsstand as a market for app developers. Finally, we talk a little about pricing Newsstand apps, and why he decided to support The Loop Magazine with subscriptions rather than advertisements.

    Show Notes & Links

    Jim Dalrymple (@jdalrymple) on Twitter

    The Loop – Jim’s Apple website on Apple and tech news

    Amplified – Jim’s podcast on 5by5, co-hosted with Dan Benjamin

    The Loop Magazine – Jim’s iOS Newsstand app

    http://releasenotes.tv/35-jim-dalrymple-part-1/

    —Huffduffed by ksawyerpaul 3 months ago

  2. Mixmag | IN SESSION: GRUM

    Releasing a second album after your debut LP received praise across the board can often be a daunting process but our next In Sessionist seemingly has the art of musical evolution down to a tee.

    Scottish producer Grum released his debut album ‘Heartbeats’ back in 2010 to widespread critical acclaim. His throwback 80’s electro style acted as perfect dancefloor ammo and the more down tempo tracks are more than suited for your after party crack ons.

    Skip to 2013 and in the three years since his debut, Grum has been busy. He’s been honing his craft, consuming more music than ever and now he’s back with second album that doesn’t sound like your typical Grum record. This we like.

    His passion for providing club ready music hasn’t changed and ‘Human Touch’ shows a more mature approach to record making. The tracks are deeper, more focused and with this in mind Grum has created a truly unique In Session mix that showcases his styles and tastes perfectly. Tracks from Pryda, KiNK, John Digweed and Hot Since 82 herald a new era for Grum, one that we can’t wait to witness.

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    Jimpster - Porchlight and Rocking Chairs (KINK Remix)

    Pop Out & Play - Corrosive Tongue (Omid 16B Re-edit)

    Jeremy Olander & Fehrplay - Balboa

    Martin Garrix - Animals (Grum Remix)

    Pryda - Rotonda

    Beataucue - Aeropolis

    Grum - The Theme (Russ Chimes Remix)

    Grum - In Love (Mixmag Edit)

    Jeremy Olander & Kent - Petroleum

    John Digweed & Nick Muir vs Psycatron - Awakening

    Hot Since 82 - The End

    http://www.mixmag.net/words/news/in-session-grum

    —Huffduffed by subtonic 4 months ago

  3. The Green Groves Of Erin (Traditional Irish Reel) DAL Flute and Syntheway Strings VST Plugins Software (win-MacOSX)

    http://syntheway.net - The Green Groves Of Erin * (Traditional Irish Reel) with DAL Flute and Syntheway Strings VST Plugins Software (Windows, Mac OS X see Requirements)

    1.- DAL Flute (Normal mode) http://dalflute.syntheway.net

    2.- Syntheway Strings (Staccato Strings) http://strings.syntheway.net

    • Note: Also known as Green Groves Of Erin, The Green Groves, Ned Falveys.

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    Software Description:

    1) DAL Flute:

    Is a virtual woodwind instrument combining multi-samples of real flutes with a Digital Signal Processing (DSP) engine. Offers control over several parameters allowing you to sculpt new and interesting sounds. Flute Selector: Normal, Bright, Pan Flute (aka: Pan pipe, Pandean Pipe) and Shakuhachi modes.

    2) Syntheway Strings :

    Is a "rich-sounding" sample based string VST instrument. The Multisampled Ensemble Strings features: Violin, Viola, Cello & Double Bass.

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    Installation Notes

    A) Windows Requirements:

    • Use these Syntheway VST plugins in your favourite DAW MIDI Sequencer host like: FL Studio, Ableton Live, Cakewalk SONAR X1, Steinberg Cubase, Nuendo, PreSounus Studio One, Cockos REAPER, Mixcraft, MAGIX Samplitude, Sequoia, Energy XT, ACID Pro, Orion, VSTHost, SAVIHost, n-Track Studio, Cantabile, Adobe Audition and many others ( Check out complete list of VST compatible hosts here: http://syntheway.com/vstcompatiblehost.htm )
    • Place the dll file / files into VST Plugins Folder.
    • 500 MHz Processor (Pentium, Celeron AMD or equivalent) minimum.
    • RAM: 128 MB or higher recommended.
    • Windows Operating System : Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 / x86 (32 bit).
    • For Windows x64 (64 bit) test it first with VST Bridge, jBridge or BitBridge. ……………………………………………………………………….

    B) Mac OS X Requirements:

    Please check out the instruments and formats available for Apple Mac:

    1) Syntheway DAL Flute is also available for Apple Mac OS X (Audio Unit, VST for Mac, NI Kontakt NKI Files, Apple Logic EXS24 MkII Sample Library) http://syntheway.com/Syntheway_DAL_Flute_for_Mac_OS_X.htm

    2) Syntheway Virtual Strings Ensemble (Violin, Viola, Cello & Double Bass) is also available for Apple Mac OS X (Audio Unit, VST for Mac, NI Kontakt NKI Files, Apple Logic EXS24 MkII Sample Library) http://syntheway.com/Syntheway_Strings_for_Mac_OS_X.htm

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    C) Linux Operating System Requirements: Please see instructions at: http://linux.syntheway.net

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    Syntheway websites:

    http://syntheway.com http://syntheway.net

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    Facebook: http://facebook.com/Syntheway

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    About Syntheway Virtual Musical Instruments: Syntheway brings this groundbreaking technology to the musician, in the form of a software instrument, combining advanced sampling engine based on real instruments multi-sampled and synthesizing techniques to create natural, synthetic and hybrid sounds into VST architecture.

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    • Notes II: The reel is a folk dance type as well as the accompanying dance tune type. In Scottish country dancing, the reel is one of the four traditional dances, the others being the jig, the strathspey and the waltz, and is also the name of a dance figure In Irish dance, a reel is any dance danced to music in reel time (see below). In Irish stepdance, the reel is danced in soft shoes and is one of the first dances taught to students. There is also a treble reel, danced in hard shoes to reel music.

    —Huffduffed by syntheway one year ago

  4. WPR Kathleen Dunn Show: Scottish Independence, 6 March 2012

    Kathlenn Dunn and her guests discuss the possibility of an independent Scotland.

    Guests: - Mark Blyth, Professor of International Political Economy, Brown University. - Paul Hamilton, Associate Professor, Political Science, Brock University, Ontario, Canada.

    —Huffduffed by mjkhuff 2 years ago

  5. RC 215: KLF Part 2 – Dead Sheep | Radio Clash Music Podcast & Blog | lapis quasi mergi

    Second part of the KLF story where we meet Bill Drummond strumming techno on a acoustic guitar, Jimmy Cauty goes into Space 1985, dogs rowing boats, abandon all art now, The fake (?) FoLKies, What Time Is 9/11 , remote scottish island rituals, german lounge punks, Royal Fail, David Starkey Ragga MC, guerilla radio stations and dead sheep.

    http://www.radioclashblog.com/archives/2012/01/29/rc-215-klf-part-2-dead-sheep/

    —Huffduffed by smartnavnher 2 years ago

  6. Swearing in Irish, storytelling in Scots, rapping in Khmer

    Two takes on the Irish language: one from Patrick’s dad, who was a schoolboy in the early years of Ireland’s independence, when studying Irish was an exercise in nation-building. Then, an interview with Manchan Magan who made a TV series about traveling around Ireland speaking only Irish. Next, we hear from Alexander McCall Smith: his latest offering in the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series is a children’s book in the Scots language. Finally, hip-hop artist Boomer Da Sharpshooter who grew up speaking English but now raps in Cambodia’s main language, Khmer.

    From: http://www.theworld.org/2010/03/19/swearing-in-irish-storytelling-in-scots-rapping-in-khmer/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 4 years ago

  7. Rumgumption - Twa Corbies

    Twa Corbies / The Drunken Landlady, by Rumgumption - Track 1 of new album "Cross the Roaring Main" - http://music.rumgumption.com/

    —Huffduffed by shawnmcburnie 4 years ago

  8. RareTunes: Mick Broderick- The Prince has landed!

    It tells of the landing, in 1745, of Charles Edward Stuart in the West Highlands of Scotland, an episode which is often over-romanticised. – Mick Broderick

    http://www.raretunes.org/recordings/prince-has-landed/

    —Huffduffed by raretunes 4 years ago