Monthly Archives: September 2010

Bebot the iPad crooner

A friend of mine recently pointed me in the direction of a very cute music app called ‘Bebot‘. People can be very categorical with apps and music software in general, either they fall in the toy or the tool category. … Continue reading

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Granular Synthesis on the iPad

Part of the Liine team are working with a well known UK techno producer on a top secret new music/art project. One of our immediate goals has been to find a way to integrate granular synthesis in Ableton Live and … Continue reading

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Touchable holograms – the future of software interfaces?

At Liine we’re currently working on the next steps for Griid, thinking about its future as the ultimate touch controller for Ableton Live on iPad and iPhone. The fact that devices like the iPad are now affordable and accessible to … Continue reading

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A peek into Liine’s laboratory…

Plastikman Live. The hi-tech laboratory and extreme stress-test for prototypes and experiments. Ableton Live – check, Max for Live – check, iPads – check, Griid – check. All systems go!

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Tales of Music and the Brain

I’m sure most people reading this are fascinated by music and the fact that is so evocative. More then simply the auditory sense, these configurations of sounds and tones, rhythmically arranged can convey emotion, bring back memories, keep you up … Continue reading

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Eliss – aesthetic inspiration

Today an insight into something which has influenced Griid‘s aesthetics. Sometime last year when my iPod Touch was brand new I downloaded a cool yet super-abstract game called Eliss. The game features coloured circles which can not be allowed to … Continue reading

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