March 6, 2012  |   Daily Round-Up, Music Courses, News

Point Blank’s Daily Round-Up: Music News From Around The Net: 6th March 2012

Today’s top picks…

Found Installation Plays Narration, Robotic Music With Vinyl, Unravels Truth >> (Create Digital Music)
UNRAVEL is a new reactive sound installation that will be taking place on 20th April – 7th May as part of Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art. Described as ‘a collection of devices making up a gallery-based, reactive sound installation, through which the audience will attempt to unravel the truth about the narrator’s life by playing records from his collection’, audiences are able to interact with the installation via Twitter which effects the ‘mood’ of the piece. For example, tweeting a complaint will make the narrator feel insecure and change the course of the story which will in turn change the record played. Check it out in action…

Breaking Through: Artifact >> (Resident Advisor)
Resident Advisor catch up with Artifact to talk Bristol’s electronic music scene…

Sound Blend – Free Sounds By Julian Ray >> (Rekkerd)
Julian Ray has released Sound Blend which is a royalty-free online sound library to be used for film and video games…
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