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Review of Usine Hollyhock II on Andrulian's Blog + bonus of a 7 track album

Review of Usine Hollyhock II on Andrulian's Blog + bonus of a 7 track album | Experimental music software and hardware | Scoop.it
Usine Hollyhock II is definitely under the radar, although I'm not too sure why. It's not new software by any means, the original version called Usine launched in 2006 undergoing version changes up to v5 in 2010. Hollyhock launched towards the end of 2012 with Hollyhock II launched in March 2015. Currently the launch price…

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A really cool review on Usine Hollyhock + a free Bonus 7 tracks album

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sensomusic's curator insight, December 24, 2015 8:31 AM

We are always happy to discover new enthusiastic users. Andrulian give us here a really complete review, discovering quietly  the racks, the samplers specification, OSC learn and many others Usine tools. And the good idea from Andrulian is to create a complete 7 tracks album during this review.

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Monome sum, A new appz for monome and Launchpad users

a little musical demonstration using an application called monome sum, a collection of grid instruments including flin, step, gome, corners, mlr and beams. all sounds…
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This one is really great, cause it is a ready made application, with several different simplified appz synced together , well known for monome users like Flin, corners and even an MLR lite (http://monome.org/docs/app:sum) . The sigabort team is also working on a version compatible with its Gridlock software, so Launchpad users benefit of this tool soon. (http://www.sigabort.co/gridlock)

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