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Hans Zimmer’s Music Makes Everything More Epic In Interstellar (Video)

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Hans Zimmer's music makes a dog's stunt feel more dramatic.

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Gear4 Espresso Bluetooth Speaker

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Check out the cute little Gear4 Espresso Bluetooth speaker.

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The Power Of Music (Video)

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A video showing the power of music.

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Twitter #music For iPhone (Video)

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The newly released Twitter #music app puts more fun into music discovery while offering a beautiful user interface.

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Napster.FM to Bring Free Music Streaming to the Masses

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Remember in the good old day’s of dial-up Internet connections? When the Internet was booming and music piracy went by the name of Napster? Sadly those day’s are behind us and Napster is no longer with us, but a new music streaming site has turned up which offers us similar features. While Napster would allow us to search for a ...

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Deezer Launches Add Supported Streaming

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Deezer, the music streaming service, is launching a free ad supported streaming service to its available options.

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Spotify on Virgin Media Review

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Recently Virgin mobile released a plan with Spotify to give you more access to the music you want, when you want. The Spotify subscription includes other mobile features such as data and call, but obviously the main attraction is the built in use of Spotify’s premium features. The biggest and most well-known feature of Spotify premium is to access all ...

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App Review: Cytus for iOS

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Years ago I used to play a game called Osu; a very popular music game where the player clicked bubbles to the music as directed by the game. Cytus, is very much like Osu in that it has much of the same music genres and an almost identical gameplay. Cytus also sports a very simplistic design and a wonderful soundtrack, which is what got me interested.

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AIRbudz Let You Simultaneously Hear the Outside World and Your Music

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It's an epidemic, really. When most people put on their earphones, they become dead to the outside world. The cyclist can't hear the car honking at him. The runner can't hear the person screaming, "Look out!" We're not about to give up our music any time soon, so what do we do?

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Yamaha Vocaloid Keyboard “Plays” Vocals (Video)

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Maybe that's why so many artists have also turned to Autotune, but it looks like Yamaha is stepping up to a whole new level of artificial singing with its Vocaloid Keyboard. You literally "play" out the vocal sounds.

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Making Music With Akai Pro MPC Fly for iPad 2

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You don't need to step into an expensive studio with expensive equipment to bust out some beats. The iconic MPC (Music Production Controller) has entered the modern era with the introduction of the MPC Fly for the iPad 2.

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Kube2 Is The “World’s Smallest Touch MP3 Player”

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We have the right device for those of you who have a thing for tiny MP3 players. The music player pictured above, the Kube2 from Singapore technology company Bluetree Electronics, is not as thin as the latest generation iPod shuffles, but it’s being claimed by the makers as the “world’s smallest touch mp3 player”.

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iPad MIDI connection continues the 80s theme in Apple’s aftermarket

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The folks at Create Digital Music have provided further proof that the iPad is in fact for consumers and creators with a series of new tutorial videos.

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i-tab portable digital guitar tab player clips to your guitar, has 5″ touchscreen LCD

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Tech-minded musicians will appreciate this portable 4GB guitar tablature player from i-tab. It sports a 5-inch touch screen and built in speakers for you to clip on the end of your guitars head while you jam new tracks.Attempting to “revolutionize” the method in which musicians use guitar tabs, scrolling chords and lyrics simultaneously make it seem like Guitar Band gone pro.

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microSD makes a play for music – via SanDisk

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The thumbnail-sized microSD card always strikes me as a recipe for lost data. A breeze, a bump on the train, a fumble when loading could all result in that micro flash card disappearing forever. So when I got the ABBA Gold player pack from SanDisk (or should I say Sansa), I was worried that if I ever tried to remove ...

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