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Delaydelus 2 is a patchable sampler/delay from Daedelus, Dr. Bleep

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Artists,Scene | Fri 21 Jun 2019 6:04 pm

Delaydelus 2 is a devilishly clever box that’s really two devices in one – it’s a sampler, and it’s a pitch-able delay with feedback. And the whole thing is patchable. Meet the latest from Daedelus and Dr. Bleep.

Daedelus is the southern California producer and artist who among other things has pioneered visual immersive shows and was one of the first champions for the monome. Dr. Bleep is John-Mike Reed, the imaginative engineer behind the likes of the Thingamagoop. The original Delaydelus certainly embodied their collective ideas. But it was more of a alligator-clipped art oddity. Delaydelus 2 looks like a serious pedalboard contender.

There’s a great demo video:

Check the specs:

Stereo 16bit 44kHz audio i/o
Banana plug patch bay allows you to play up to 4 samples at once triggered from the two arcade buttons or trigger inputs.
Control the speed and direction of the samples with the knobs as well as the CV FM (-5V to 10V) input
CV envelope follower out (0-8V) based on audio playback level
Trigger outs (10V) from each sampler button.
One shot mode, Gate (mpc style) mode, + Send external audio through the built in 1 second stereo delay.
Record into one of 10 banks. Each can hold up to 17 seconds of high quality audio.
Delay sync in and out with the ability to divide and multiply incoming sync rate.
Micro SD card slot allows loading and saving WAV files to and from the 10 banks.
Built-in new samples from Daedelus
Powered by a 12V DC adapter – included.

Gorgeous artwork on the top panel by Chicago’s Trek Matthews, too.

What I think makes this musical, as on any musical delay, is really making pitch and time open to control and modulation. Pairing the delay with a sampler means this instrument can do a whole lot – and it’s nice having removable SD storage.

This is available for preorder now, with the first units hitting production in August (if you get in on that preorder).

US$295.

https://bleeplabs.com/product/delaydelus-2-preorder/

By the way, as we wait on this preorder, I’m in the next days putting the wraps on my review of Snazzy FX pedals, including in particular their wonderful WOW AND FLUTTER. I could imagine this pairing with the Bleep offering nicely – like faking a whole tape studio in two compact pedals:

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Delaydelus 2 is a patchable sampler/delay from Daedelus, Dr. Bleep

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Artists,Scene | Fri 21 Jun 2019 6:04 pm

Delaydelus 2 is a devilishly clever box that’s really two devices in one – it’s a sampler, and it’s a pitch-able delay with feedback. And the whole thing is patchable. Meet the latest from Daedelus and Dr. Bleep.

Daedelus is the southern California producer and artist who among other things has pioneered visual immersive shows and was one of the first champions for the monome. Dr. Bleep is John-Mike Reed, the imaginative engineer behind the likes of the Thingamagoop. The original Delaydelus certainly embodied their collective ideas. But it was more of a alligator-clipped art oddity. Delaydelus 2 looks like a serious pedalboard contender.

There’s a great demo video:

Check the specs:

Stereo 16bit 44kHz audio i/o
Banana plug patch bay allows you to play up to 4 samples at once triggered from the two arcade buttons or trigger inputs.
Control the speed and direction of the samples with the knobs as well as the CV FM (-5V to 10V) input
CV envelope follower out (0-8V) based on audio playback level
Trigger outs (10V) from each sampler button.
One shot mode, Gate (mpc style) mode, + Send external audio through the built in 1 second stereo delay.
Record into one of 10 banks. Each can hold up to 17 seconds of high quality audio.
Delay sync in and out with the ability to divide and multiply incoming sync rate.
Micro SD card slot allows loading and saving WAV files to and from the 10 banks.
Built-in new samples from Daedelus
Powered by a 12V DC adapter – included.

Gorgeous artwork on the top panel by Chicago’s Trek Matthews, too.

What I think makes this musical, as on any musical delay, is really making pitch and time open to control and modulation. Pairing the delay with a sampler means this instrument can do a whole lot – and it’s nice having removable SD storage.

This is available for preorder now, with the first units hitting production in August (if you get in on that preorder).

US$295.

https://bleeplabs.com/product/delaydelus-2-preorder/

By the way, as we wait on this preorder, I’m in the next days putting the wraps on my review of Snazzy FX pedals, including in particular their wonderful WOW AND FLUTTER. I could imagine this pairing with the Bleep offering nicely – like faking a whole tape studio in two compact pedals:

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WARP take over NTS radio with 100 hours of Eno, FlyLo, Autechre…

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Fri 21 Jun 2019 5:45 pm

What better way to celebrate the solstice and Make Music Day / Fête de la Musique than with 100 hours of all the all stars from Warp Records?

There is some serious stuff in this lineup:

  • Boards of Canada’s first public outing since 2013’s Tomorrow’s Harvest album with a mysterious two hour mix.
  • Aphex Twin presents his one off performance from London’s Barbican Hall in 2012.
  • Brian Eno collaborates with Extinction Rebellion for a powerful radio narrative.
  • Brand new live sessions from Mount Kimbie and Bibio.
  • Mixes of previously unheard music from Autechre, Kelela, Hudson Mohawke, Mark Pritchard, Bibio, Lorenzo Senni, Clark, Plaid, Darkstar and DJ Nigga Fox.
  • Exclusive full-length live sets from Oneohtrix Point Never and Kelly Moran.
  • New mixes from Flying Lotus, Nightmares on Wax, Danny Brown, John Stanier (Battles), Chris Taylor (Grizzly Bear), !!!, kwes., GAIKA, LoneLady, Winston Hazel (Forgemasters) and Mira Calix.
  • Live radio shows from the flagship NTS studio in Gillett Square from Squarepusher, Leila and Evian Christ.

And then the guests:

  • An exclusive, extended piece from Death Grips.
  • Mixes from musical pioneers Ryuichi Sakamoto and Adrian Sherwood.
  • A very special mix from Hood By Air’s Shayne Oliver.
  • The Arcola label is represented by Rian Treanor, Bone Head and Primitive Art.
  • Some of Warp’s esteemed visual collaborators also figure prominently, including Weirdcore, Ezra Miller, Hassan Rahim and Tim Saccenti

Full schedule, London time:

Channel 1 – Full Schedule (all times GMT):

Friday 21st June
12.00 – Mark Pritchard
13.00 – Mount Kimbie
13.25 – Bibio
13.36 – Nightmares on Wax
16.00 – Broadcast
17.00 – kwes.
18.00 – Plaid
19.00 – Aphex Twin
19.30 – Death Grips
20.00 – Oneohtrix Point Never
21.40 – Shayne Oliver / HBA
22.00 – Danny Brown
23.00 – Autechre

Saturday 22nd June
00.00 – John Stanier (Battles)
01.00 – !!!
03.00 – Hassan Rahim
04.00 – Tim Saccenti
06.00 – Ezra Miller
07.00 – Broadcast
08.00 – Clark
09.00 – Paul White
10.00 – Lonelady
12.00 – Kelly Moran
13.00 – Bibio
14.00 – Special Request tribute to LFO
16.20 – Adrian Sherwood
17.00 – Leila
18.00 – Hudson Mohawke
19.00 – Bonehead
19.30 – Evian Christ
21.00 – Squarepusher
22.00 – Flying Lotus
23.00 – Ryuichi Sakamoto

Sunday 23rd June
00.00 – Ryuichi Sakamoto
00.30 – Mira Calix
02.30 – Plaid
03.30 – Rian Treanor
04.30 – DJ Nigga Fox
06.00 – Aphex Twin
08.00 – Kelly Moran
09.00 – Primitive Art
10.00 – Lorenzo Senni
11.35 – Weirdcore
12.35 – Bibio
13.00 – Gonjasufi
14.00 – Winston Hazel (Forgemasters)
15.00 – Gaika
16.00 – Extinction Rebellion x Brian Eno
17.00 – Chris Taylor (Grizzly Bear / CANT)
18.45 – Darkstar
20.00 – Kelela
21.00 – Boards of Canada
23.00 – Autechre

Check it:

www.nts.live/WXAXRXP

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WARP take over NTS radio with 100 hours of Eno, FlyLo, Autechre…

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Fri 21 Jun 2019 5:45 pm

What better way to celebrate the solstice and Make Music Day / Fête de la Musique than with 100 hours of all the all stars from Warp Records?

There is some serious stuff in this lineup:

  • Boards of Canada’s first public outing since 2013’s Tomorrow’s Harvest album with a mysterious two hour mix.
  • Aphex Twin presents his one off performance from London’s Barbican Hall in 2012.
  • Brian Eno collaborates with Extinction Rebellion for a powerful radio narrative.
  • Brand new live sessions from Mount Kimbie and Bibio.
  • Mixes of previously unheard music from Autechre, Kelela, Hudson Mohawke, Mark Pritchard, Bibio, Lorenzo Senni, Clark, Plaid, Darkstar and DJ Nigga Fox.
  • Exclusive full-length live sets from Oneohtrix Point Never and Kelly Moran.
  • New mixes from Flying Lotus, Nightmares on Wax, Danny Brown, John Stanier (Battles), Chris Taylor (Grizzly Bear), !!!, kwes., GAIKA, LoneLady, Winston Hazel (Forgemasters) and Mira Calix.
  • Live radio shows from the flagship NTS studio in Gillett Square from Squarepusher, Leila and Evian Christ.

And then the guests:

  • An exclusive, extended piece from Death Grips.
  • Mixes from musical pioneers Ryuichi Sakamoto and Adrian Sherwood.
  • A very special mix from Hood By Air’s Shayne Oliver.
  • The Arcola label is represented by Rian Treanor, Bone Head and Primitive Art.
  • Some of Warp’s esteemed visual collaborators also figure prominently, including Weirdcore, Ezra Miller, Hassan Rahim and Tim Saccenti

Full schedule, London time:

Channel 1 – Full Schedule (all times GMT):

Friday 21st June
12.00 – Mark Pritchard
13.00 – Mount Kimbie
13.25 – Bibio
13.36 – Nightmares on Wax
16.00 – Broadcast
17.00 – kwes.
18.00 – Plaid
19.00 – Aphex Twin
19.30 – Death Grips
20.00 – Oneohtrix Point Never
21.40 – Shayne Oliver / HBA
22.00 – Danny Brown
23.00 – Autechre

Saturday 22nd June
00.00 – John Stanier (Battles)
01.00 – !!!
03.00 – Hassan Rahim
04.00 – Tim Saccenti
06.00 – Ezra Miller
07.00 – Broadcast
08.00 – Clark
09.00 – Paul White
10.00 – Lonelady
12.00 – Kelly Moran
13.00 – Bibio
14.00 – Special Request tribute to LFO
16.20 – Adrian Sherwood
17.00 – Leila
18.00 – Hudson Mohawke
19.00 – Bonehead
19.30 – Evian Christ
21.00 – Squarepusher
22.00 – Flying Lotus
23.00 – Ryuichi Sakamoto

Sunday 23rd June
00.00 – Ryuichi Sakamoto
00.30 – Mira Calix
02.30 – Plaid
03.30 – Rian Treanor
04.30 – DJ Nigga Fox
06.00 – Aphex Twin
08.00 – Kelly Moran
09.00 – Primitive Art
10.00 – Lorenzo Senni
11.35 – Weirdcore
12.35 – Bibio
13.00 – Gonjasufi
14.00 – Winston Hazel (Forgemasters)
15.00 – Gaika
16.00 – Extinction Rebellion x Brian Eno
17.00 – Chris Taylor (Grizzly Bear / CANT)
18.45 – Darkstar
20.00 – Kelela
21.00 – Boards of Canada
23.00 – Autechre

Check it:

www.nts.live/WXAXRXP

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There’s evidence of standalone Maschine hardware in the latest update

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Fri 21 Jun 2019 10:07 am

What if you could get Maschine and its live performance and sound capabilities – without the computer? One inquisitive user on the Native Instruments forum has found some compelling evidence that that could be what’s next.

Maschine 2.8.3 dropped this week. A post by user moderator D-One points to materials in the scripts folder that seem to suggest standalone Maschine hardware – a device that could switch between a controller for your computer and hardware that works on its own.

This wouldn’t be the first time Native Instruments inadvertently revealed hardware before it was announced. The Maschine MK3 was also located by a user snooping around in the Lua scripts that connect the hardware and software.

The forum thread has been up since Thursday evening Berlin time, though I don’t know if eventually it will get deleted.

2.8.3 And the future of Maschine???

It’s fun reading the whole thread, but here’s the gist:

  • Maschine hardware, apparently designated MH (MH1071)
  • Shutdown, reboot, and recovery routines, suggesting it works on its own
  • Mention of an SD card, USB mode
  • Apparent references to controller and standalone modes

(1071 is a strange number to use as designation, so it seems likely that part is intended as a codename, unless there’s something we don’t know. 1071 buttons. No idea.)

D-One grabbed this image after loading the script on his/her existing hardware. Yeah, this is certainly suggestive.

The appeal of this is pretty clear. AKAI have already staked out hardware that doubles as standalone (without computer) and controller. But despite the storied “MPC” moniker being associated with that company, the overwhelming feedback I’ve seen from readers of this site is that many of you have moved on to workflows in either Maschine or Ableton Live. While the Akai Force was an interesting preview, I think we’re also waiting on a standalone device that has robust sync performance and handles complex sound production without choking its CPU. That is, these things need to be better than a computer when running on their own. So if Native Instruments are working on this, I’ll be keen to check it out.

You should take this with a grain of salt. Part of the reason manufacturers don’t announce gear ahead of time is not so much to keep secrets from competitors – many of whom know what they’re working on – as to manage our expectations. Hardware doesn’t always ship as planned, or when scheduled. So there’s no way to know for sure whether these Lua scripts mean anything about new Maschine hardware coming soon.

But… that is still very possibly what they mean. And that would be awfully nice. Stay tuned.

Because you know, what this all ultimately comes down to is getting to play these wonderful gadgets like instruments without having to worry about OS updates or drivers onstage. Ever again. Heck, it’s summer – grab a roving PA or mobile speaker and let’s head out for a techno picnic.

One reader also points us to this – it looks like the name of the product could be Maschine Plus. (You’ll see that buried in the symbols in the code.)

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Walk down the memory lane with Arjun Kanungo’s ‘Woh Baarishein’ – RadioandMusic.com

Delivered... | Scene | Fri 21 Jun 2019 8:00 am
Walk down the memory lane with Arjun Kanungo's 'Woh Baarishein'  RadioandMusic.com

MUMBAI: VYRL Originals artist Arjun Kanungo's has released a melodious and a heartfelt track Woh Baarishein. Powerful vocals and composition by Arjun and ...

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