Category: Articles

  • I Borrowed Electric Cargo Bike From Library

    Here in Ystad, Sweden, you can borrow an electric bicycle free of charge for two weeks from the library. I presume it’s an initiative from the local council to get people interested in buying and using environmentally friendly electric bikes as an alternative to taking the car. There’s probably some sponsorship from the cycle brands […]

  • Inside info about the white noise video

    Let me share the “inside info” about this video. I couldn’t add it to the video description. You’ll understand why shortly. This video is actually an experiment to verify if white noise really gets copyright claims as discussed in my last video. It is also a honeypot with the purpose of catching fraudsters submitting bogus […]

  • Arranger Keyboard vs Synthesizer Workstation – Review & Demo

    I get a regular stream of questions from people asking me if they should buy Synth Workstation X or Arranger Keyboard Y. This always puzzles me because this is an “apple to orange” comparison, or more literally a “Synth to Arranger Keyboard” comparison. They are completely different instrument categories! Therefore, there is no easy answer […]

  • My Nord Electro Story

    In the late 90s I got really into the sound of the Hammond Organ and Rhodes electric piano, probably through the acid-jazz and neo-soul scene at the time, which led me to discover the great artists that were using these instruments in the 70s. Of course, I wanted to learn and play these instruments myself, […]

  • ABLETON LIVE – The Innovative Performance DAW

    Ableton Live is one of the most popular DAWs or Digital Audio Workstations and has some quite unique workflow features that set it apart from the competition. It is developed by Berlin based Ableton, and the first version was released over 20 years ago in 2001. Ableton Live, I’ll call it just Live from here […]

  • NATIVE INSTRUMENTS KONTAKT – Mighty Software Sampler

    Maybe you’ve heard people talking about KONTANT but are unsure exactly what it is? Well, Kontakt is one of the flagship, most iconic and widely used products from Berlin based Native Instruments. The very first version was released 20 years ago in 2002 and quickly established itself as an industry standard. So what is it […]

  • What Is a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) And Why You Need One

    We’ve all heard the term DAW, not DOOR as in open. I prefer to say D.A.W. for that reason. It stands for Digital Audio Workstation if you didn’t know. A DAW is a software application that you run on your computer. It’s primary purpose is to allow you to record, edit, mix and playback multi-track […]

  • The BEST way to CONVERT WAV to MP3

    You have a high-definition uncompressed WAV audio file and need to convert it to MP3 to reduce the file size for storage or sharing on the internet. I’m going to tell you what the best tool for the job is, and it’s completely free and open-source. Head over to The LAME Project and download the […]

  • Introduction to MIDI – The 1981 Music Revolution

    Who can remember what MIDI actually stands for? The answer is Musical Instrument Digital Interface and yes, I had also forgotten. The simplest way to describe it is that it is a standard communication protocol, or without using technical jargon, a language that electronic music instruments use to communicate with each other in order to […]


    Today I have another written synthesizer review for you, this time we are looking at the newly released Korg Triton software synthesizer, part of Korg’s Collection 2 suite of synths recreating some of their classic legacy instruments. We’ll also have a discussion of the price and compare it to the competition to answer the question […]