The Attigo TT is digital DJ setup designed by Scott Hobbs, an Innovation Product Design student from the UK. There are already a few mp3 DJ mixing systems out there, but his is a little different. He didn’t use any breakthrought technology, just 2 touchscreens to manipulate a visualisation of audio files. He used Flash for the interface and Max/MSP to control the sound files. He has a lot of documentation on this project on his website. Honestly, I don’t think that it’s very innovative, but well done anyway. Hey it’s a functional prototype afterall.
PARENTAL ADVISORY EXPLICIT CONTENT ONLY
I’m a true ni9e / F.A.T. fanboy, here is his next project: Explicit Content Only, a vinyl album. On side A you can hear a curse words only version of N.W.A.’s classic album Straight Outta Compton. On the B side is the Explicit Content Only version of Eazy-E’s ‘Eazy Duz It’. You can of course buy it or download the mp3’s. Or even better, watch it spin.
I guess that the picture and the project title are quite self-explaining.
‘Colorsound’ by Alvin Aronson.
Alexander Laner modified a 6 cylinder sportscar motor with a special gearbox to drive a turntable at 33 RPM. The result is an extraordinary soundscape of motor sounds and the record playing.
TTM – Turntablelist Transcription Method is what we have been waiting for, it’s basically a website that visualizes DJ scratches. It has tons of information for all you turntablelists out there.
found at a very secret ad agency blog
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