When I was a kid, the Roland MT-32 was some kind of pinnacle of consumer MIDI appliances. Maybe I’m just nostalgic, but I can’t stop watching this video:
Eva found this place by searching the Web, I think. I hate to sound self-centered, but, holy cow, did they build this place just for me? I couldn’t think of a better restaurant idea, and if I lived in Syracuse I’d eat there every day. And night.
I munched a falaffel waffle while Eva and I played Guess Who? and listened to b-side-ish funk tracks I’d never heard before.
Funk ‘n Waffles, I heart you.
As the holidays are fast approaching, many musicians will be called forth to back a multitude of sing-alongs. Be prepared! Musicians that care memorize or use sheet music, and nerdy musicians love Chordie!
Chordie turns text files with embedded chord names into beautiful, stafless PostScript lead sheets.
Chordie is a fork of Chord, and is written in under 5,000 lines of K&R C. Chordie currenly only runs on *NIX-like operating systems, but there may be ports to other operating systems someday.
This open letter to Michael Jackson captures sentiment I share: what the hell happened to you, MJ? Do something cool again.
Mr. Ed after finishing school? I don’t know, but for some reason harmonizing horses put my mind at ease.
Ugress – electronic music from Bergen, Norway. Free downloads!