March 15, 2012  |   Daily Round-Up, Music Courses, News

Point Blank’s Daily Round-Up: Music News From Around The Net: 15th March 2012

Today’s top picks…

Remixing Via Coloured Pads: NI Reveals New Traktor Kontrol F1 DJ Hardware And Remix Decks >> (Create Digital Music)
The new Kontrol F1 is due to hit the shops May 30th and with its touch sensitive grid of light-up coloured pads it is set to be different from its predecessors.
Why not take a look at our online Native Instrument Courses.

The Dirty (Two) Dozen: A Non-Stop Guide To The 2012 WMC >> (Resident Advisor)
Resident Advisor offer this comprehensive guide to the all the best beach, boat and pool parties to attend for this years Winter Music Conference in Miami…

Sound On Sound Launch New iPad App >> (Sound On Sound)
Sound On Sound have launched their new iPhone app which will allow reader to hear the before and after Mix Rescue tracks and more via the intergrated media player…

Sean Parker Talks Spotify’s Payout Policy To Artists >> (Musically)
The Spotify investor discusses the ongoing debate on the amount of money artists receive from their Spotify streams…

Puremagnetik Releases Analog Anomalies Free Live Pack For Ableton’s Analog >> (Rekkerd)
Puremagnetik have released this free live pack for the Analog Instrument in Ableton Live that includes over 50 ‘expertly tailored new presets’.
Need to get to grips with Ableton Live? Check out our Ableton Live Production Course.

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