Now That’s What I Call MIDI

December 22nd, 2010

Now That’s What I Call MIDI is a project by Internet Archaeology. They want to make a full length EP containing 16 of your favorite Jamz from yesteryear (Nirvana, Ace of Base, Eminem, Jay-Z …) converted from MIDI format onto the plush sound of vinyl. It will be limited to 500 copies only.
You can help this project through Kickstarter. If you pledge $25 or more you’ll receive a copy! They need $2.500 by Sunday January 9th 2011, otherwise no ones pays or receives any money (no risk for you or them). They’re almost half way there, so pitch in. It’s MIDI on vinyl!

4 Responses to “Now That’s What I Call MIDI”

  1. Mark Says:

    When the production of pointlessness for either art or fun is overshadowed by its environmental impact it can only be deemed irresponsible. Creating vinyl is hugely wasteful & the chemical used for the creation of this product will continue to harm our planet longer into the future then the novelty of this product. I will not back this product at all.

  2. ryder Says:

    hey mark, thanks for the very interesting comment, i am curious if you eat your own shit because its wasteful another way, thanks and hope to hear from you soon.

  3. pieter | today and tomorrow Says:

    I don’t know if your environmental claim is true or not.
    But isn’t the internet not much worse than 500 copies of vinyl?

  4. PSFK » Archiving Musical Artifacts From Early Internet Culture Says:

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