"We just finished a Trident gum spot, and we licensed a track from the New Zealand band The Naked and Famous called “Young Blood”. They’re a new band, great song, really anthemic, really great vibe. It was really cool that their track worked so nicely with film."
You can read the full article, which is an interview with Saatchi & Saatchi music supervisor Ryan Fitch here.
Riverside Sound has setup a recording studio in Opawa, Christchurch. Their website is here.
Korg have now released an SV-1 version with reverse coloured keys. These reverse keyboards used to be popular on a number of organs, so this puts the final touches on the retro look.
Matt Deacon has just released his latest Bob Lazar Story instrumental album: Space Roots. You can check it out on Bandcamp.
This website has a sequencer plus various audio tools, and some synthesisers to allow music making 'in the cloud'.
This has to be the coolest doodle Google have every done. Everything on it works, including the 4 track recorder. You can find it here, and an instruction video is here. Once you activate the keyboard (by playing a key), the red light will come on. After that you can play it with the computer keyboard (the ~ to = row is for the black keys, and the tab to \ row is for the white keys).