Matthew Dear explains Leftfield remix, Corsica Studios is Where It’s At, Laurent Garnier’s feature film Electrochoc, and Electronic Beats’ book of classic Roland gear.

Matthew Dear Explains Leftfield Remix. American producer, DJ and electronic avant-pop artist Matthew Dear explains how his new remix of influential UK production duo Leftfield‘s track ‘Universal Everything’ came together in Ableton Live as part of Richie Hawtin’s music-technology education tour, CNTRL. Watch above.

The Legowelt DX Files Sample Kit. “Hear the mystic digital power of the Yamaha DX100, TX81Z, DX21, DX7 and DX5. All in 16 bit 44khZ WAV format ready to load into your sampler of choice!!!” 300 artisan FM sounds from various legendary Yamaha DX synthesisers have been made available for free download by Legowelt himself, via his website.

The Soundgas Snare Springathon. Specialists in vintage, rare and unusual studio gear, Soundgas offers a quick demo of 14 spring reverbs, giving a unique opportunity to hear the differences between a range of models. A Roland TR-808 snare sound as source material for the comparison. “Several are not what we’d recommend for this use, but let your own ears decide,” they explain. Listen above.

Corsica Studios is Where It’s At. Seeing Sound‘s first edition of their in-depth venue feature I Know Where It’s At meets the people behind Corsica Studios in Elephant & Castle. They discuss “increasing rents and the financial pressures of running a venue in a money-driven city like London whilst exploring the values of music and art in society”. Watch above.

Secretsundaze celebrate the bank holiday. The London house mainstays invite Fred P, Sterac, Joey Anderson, Pev and Kowton to play at Oval Space and The Laundry this weekend. A few tickets are still available here.

Laurent Garnier’s Feature Film Electrochoc. Electrochoc is a 30 year history of dance music, written by French producer and DJ Laurent Garnier, which is soon to be released in English with contributions from Jeff Mills, James Murphy and François K. A feature film based on the book is set to be produced this year, co-written by Garnier.

Electronic Beats’ Book of Classic Roland Gear. R Is For Roland is a book dedicated to 23 key pieces in the Japanese company catalogue of highly fetishised equipment from between ’73 and ’87. Set to be published next month, the book features interviews with Legowelt, Egyptian Lover, Mark Ernestus and others. Find out more here.

An Interview with Disco Producer Tom Moulton. Thump interviews the American record producer behind Grace Jones‘ life-affirming disco LPs, Tom Moulton, who shaped dance and music culture as we know it today by helping to pioneer the remix, the breakdown section, and (accidentally) the 12-inch single format. Read it here.

Sonic Charge’s New Echobode Plugin. A new effect from Sonic Charge, Echobode is a delay with a frequency shifter placed inside the feedback loop, whose frequency shifter algorithm is inspired by the classic Bode Frequency Shifter. It’s capable of creating many different effects from pure frequency shifting and echoes to phasers, choruses, reverbs and more. Hear it in action above.

Apple Attracts BBC Producers for Spotify Rival. Apple has poached four top producers from BBC Radio 1 for a new Spotify rival, having already attracted Zane Lowe, his old producer James Bursey is also believed to be one of the four. Bursey is understood to have left the BBC on Friday and is now on his way to meet Lowe in Los Angeles, Music Business Worldwide reports.

NI launches KEYS TO KOMPLETE Sales Special. Native Instruments today launched the month-long KEYS TO KOMPLETE sales special. KEYS TO KOMPLETE gives owners of older versions of NI’s acclaimed KOMPLETE Instruments and Effects suites special update deals on the latest KOMPLETE Instruments and Effects suites when they buy any KOMPLETE KONTROL S-Series keyboard. Find out more here.

1st May, 2015

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