Did DJ Jazzy Jeff Just Leak Ableton Live 10?

Speculation is as speculation does, but Ask.Audio has an interesting theory that, in an online video, DJ Jazzy Jeff is using Ableton version 10.

Here is the video in question (keep an eye out at the 3:24 mark):

What do you think? For the entirety of the theory, visit Ask.Audio here.

H/T @Nickdawg for the heads-up.

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Anthony Parasole announces all-night sets for North & South America tour dates through September


Anthony Parasole will play North & South America for the first time since his ‘Infrared Vision’ LP was released back in April.

The tour will revisit special venues and cities which he has played previously over the last couple of years, featuring all-night long sets as a means to build a dialog with the audience via electronic music.

He will explore the relationship between DJ, dancers and audience through long-form sets, experimenting through music, textures, and effects. Boundless from genres, spanning ambient, house, techno, electro, idm and more, while keeping each set a unique experience in each city.

DATES
08/31 Make It New (ALL NIGHT)- Middlesex Lounge, Boston MA
09/02 Texture (ALL NIGHT)- Warehouse TBA, Detroit MI
09/08 StereoBar (ALL NIGHT), Montreal CA
09/09 Flash (ALL NIGHT), Washington DC

09/15 Music Matters (ALL NIGHT) Santiago CHL
09/16 Gop Tun with The Black Madonna, São Paulo BRA
09/22 Smart Bar (ALL NIGHT), Chicago IL
09/23 Output (ALL NIGHT), Brooklyn NY

Dekmantel present the debut album of NYC mogul Anthony Parasole on their UFO series. A regular feature on quality line-ups and playlists alike, Parasole’s music perfectly fits the bill for cutting-edge electronic music. ‘Infrared Vision’ is a display of his love for polyrhythmic drum patterns, post-club sketches, twisted dance floor gems and classy, big room-ready tunes.

Gamma Sonification: MIT Students Make Music From Particle Energy

Meanwhile at MIT…

In past classes, students have created soundwalks and graphic scores, learning about experimental pieces that broaden conventional ideas about sound. “We start off doing things that are meant to expand what the students think of as being music and get them listening more deeply,” says Makan. In his most recent class, students were asked to design a musical instrument. Some made flutes, chimes, and homemade drums. Sergheyev, Lopez, and Liu decided to make musical textures from nuclear radiation.

“I’ve always been interested in things that were misunderstood,” says Liu.

Read all about the process at the MIT Shass blog.

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Trip Report Releases “Take My Heart” in Advance of #MakeItNew Appearance

This week at Make It New, we are featuring Boston’s own producer and DJ Trip Report. To honor the event, Trip Report released a new original song on his Bandcamp, “Take My Heart.”

One remix comes from our very own Ableton instructor Mitchell Owens, aka Subalias. The remix brings some dark vibes to the dancefloor. Pick it up! It’s just one buck!

A second remix comes from another Mmmmaven associate: Wigzen.

Come celebrate this week! The cover is just 5 dollars before 11pm.