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The Instrument That's the Key to Electronic Music's Future | WIRED

The LinnStrument can be played on a flat surface or slung low over the shoulder, keytar-style. Like a guitar, fingering patterns and chord shapes are identical, regardless of key. It’s also possible to time-stretch staccatos and crescendos or pitch-shift notes by bending them like Silly Putty. A musician can even make two notes go in separate directions, a trick that’s impossible to do on a conventional keyboard. Without the usual rules or limitations, possibilities abound. In this video, LinnStrument coder Geert Bevin composes a song for his dog Droopy that sounds like something from a Wes Anderson soundtrack.

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The Day's Most Fascinating News with Dave Pell

Each morning I visit about 75 news sites, and from that swirling nightmare of information quicksand, I pluck the top ten most fascinating items of the day, which I deliver with a fast, pithy wit that will make your computer device vibrate with delight. No bots. No computer algorithms.

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P3 Dokumentär fyller 10 år

10 år ska firas och det gör vi under ledning av Amanda Rydman, exekutiv producent för programmet. Flera dokumentärmakare och hemliga gäster, däribland producenter av tidigare dokumentärer, kommer att närvara och det kommer även bjudas på ett och annat smakprov av den nya säsongen.

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Urban Walks – Walking Tours in New York City

Fully interactive, beautiful, custom-made walking tours at your fingertips.

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The Instrument That's the Key to Electronic Music's Future | WIRED

The LinnStrument can be played on a flat surface or slung low over the shoulder, keytar-style. Like a guitar, fingering patterns and chord shapes are identical, regardless of key. It’s also possible to time-stretch staccatos and crescendos or pitch-shift notes by bending them like Silly Putty. A musician can even make two notes go in separate directions, a trick that’s impossible to do on a conventional keyboard. Without the usual rules or limitations, possibilities abound. In this video, LinnStrument coder Geert Bevin composes a song for his dog Droopy that sounds like something from a Wes Anderson soundtrack.

The Day's Most Fascinating News with Dave Pell

Each morning I visit about 75 news sites, and from that swirling nightmare of information quicksand, I pluck the top ten most fascinating items of the day, which I deliver with a fast, pithy wit that will make your computer device vibrate with delight. No bots. No computer algorithms.

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