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Make Noise 0-CTRL is the controller-sequencer followup to 0-Coast

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 5 May 2020 5:56 pm

There have been few surprise hits in the world of patchable instruments like Make Noise's 0-Coast. But they just might have another hit - a tabletop, patchable, clockable controller-sequencer. And it's adorable - and US$399.

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Apply Reason anywhere: Pro Tools support with Reason AAX plug-in

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 5 May 2020 5:30 pm

Reason’s approach: use their workflow wherever you want, in whatever DAW you want. And now, in case there was any doubt, they’re adding an AAX-format plug-in for Pro Tools users. All of this makes sense in the grand history of Reason. The company formerly known as Propellerhead first made Reason work as a virtual rack […]

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EEO Relief for Broadcasters Hiring in the Post-Shutdown World

Delivered... David Oxenford | Scene | Tue 5 May 2020 3:22 pm

The FCC yesterday announced a policy that will relieve broadcasters of wide-dissemination EEO obligations in rehiring laid-off employees in a post-shutdown world.  Because of the significant economic hit taken by broadcasters when so many advertisers pulled their advertising schedules as so many businesses shut down, many broadcasters who did not receive PPP loans were forced to lay off employees in order to be able to afford to continue operating.  As the economy recovers, it is hoped, some of those employees can be rehired.  The FCC Media Bureau’s order released yesterday may make some of that hiring somewhat easier.

The decision yesterday allowed broadcasters who were forced to terminate employees because of the pandemic to rehire those same employees at some point in the future (within 9 months of the time that they were laid off), without having to go through the “wide dissemination” that the FCC rules normally require before an employment vacancy is filled.  Normally, the FCC requires that before filling any full-time employment vacancy, a broadcaster must advertise broadly to reach all groups within its community to inform them of the job opening to insure a pool of diverse recruits from which to fill that position (see our article here on the wide dissemination requirement).  Under this decision, the FCC will allow broadcasters to simply rehire an employee who was let go – without any wide dissemination of the job opening – if economic conditions allow for their re-hiring within 9 months of when they were first laid off.

This will allow broadcasters to rehire much more quickly if business rebounds without having to go through the broad outreach recruiting efforts when conditions permit stations to resume their normal operations.  Having to go through the outreach process could lead to wasting the time of potential applicants who might apply for a position where there was already someone who the broadcaster knew was “right for the job” as they had previously held the exact same position.  Seemingly, it would also provide more hope to employees who were laid off during the pandemic that there may be a light at the end of the tunnel if their employment was terminated solely because of the deteriorating economic conditions – and that there may be a position to return to if the economy rebounds.  In all, some more welcome relief for broadcast employers and employees in these uncertain times.

Yaeji’s Stylist Monica Kim on Building a Singular, Cozy—and Relatable—Aesthetic

Delivered... whitney | Scene | Tue 5 May 2020 10:05 am

In the opening sequence of Yaeji’s newest music video for her mixtape What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던, filmed in South Korea and released last month, the audience meets the artist’s inner circle. The surrounding ambiance is hazy and verdant, existing in its own idyllic dreamscape where Asian gal pals are aplenty and a modest onion can achieve talismanic reverence with enough love and care. In this world...

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Kelly Lee Owens: ‘I still have to fight to not be seen as ‘just the singer’’

Delivered... Kate Hutchinson | Scene | Tue 5 May 2020 9:00 am

The Welsh nurse-turned-indie rocker is now one of electronic music’s best exponents. She talks proving herself, the NHS and climate-crisis bangers

Kelly Lee Owens is showing me her crumpled bed, pixelated on the screen. It is five weeks into quarantine and this has quickly become the norm: an interview with an artist in their close quarters; ambivalent levels of grooming. Neither of us is wearing makeup, and neither of us care. “You know what I read?” begins the electronic musician, incredulously. “This is bullshit. There’s a [Daily Mail] headline saying that women’s breasts will be sagging because they’re not going to be wearing bras during this lockdown. So what?! Leave me to my saggy breasts.”

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News | Wire Reschedule Album Release, Share New Track – The Quietus

Delivered... | Scene | Tue 5 May 2020 8:00 am
News | Wire Reschedule Album Release, Share New Track  The Quietus

News | Holly Herndon & Mat Dryhurst Launch Podcast – The Quietus

Delivered... | Scene | Tue 5 May 2020 8:00 am
News | Holly Herndon & Mat Dryhurst Launch Podcast  The Quietus
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