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AdobeMAX: Unleashing Your Creative Weirdo

Carmine Black

A model, a DJ, and sugar skulls highlighted “Unleashing Your Creative Weirdo” at AdobeMAX, and that was just before the break. This workshop was one of a series of classes, speeches, and hands-on practice available at the LA Convention Center, October 5-7. AdobeMAX brings together users of Adobe software, such as Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro, and Acrobat, with the engineers, developers and other people at Adobe Software who make the magic happen. Read More »

Music Review: RAC – ‘Strangers (Part 2)’


RAC's 'Strangers (Part 2)' did not fail to impress and excite me. It's a little more low-key and less radio-friendly than 'Part 1', but still fun and makes a nice companion piece. Read More »

Music Review: RAC – ‘Strangers (Part 1)’


The first part of RAC's debut album is absolutely addicting. Read More »

Music Review: Pretty Lights – ‘A Color Map of the Sun (Remixes)’


'A Color Map of the Sun (Remixes)' can reach into party locales and raise roofs, but Pretty Lights shows skill in the solitary experiences as well. Read More »

Music Review: Dinky: ‘Dimension D’


Dinky has produced a triumphantly eccentric and diverse set of songs that reward multiple plays. There’s a maturity, range and depth here that suggests she is going to continue to get just better and better. Read More »

Product Review – TRAKTOR KONTROL Z2 From Native Instruments

Do you want to take your DJ skills to the next level? Read More »

Product Review – TRAKTOR KONTROL F1 From Native Instruments


Do you want to be a DJ? Read More »

Music News: DJ Thomas Blondet Has Some New Remixes and a New Gig

DJ Thomas Blondet continues to push the boundaries of downtempo. Read More »

Interview with DJ Tina T

DJ Tina T builds confidence and killer beats with teens at Camp Spin-Off. Read More »

Music Review: Serge Devant – ‘Rewind’

Serge Devant Rewind

The progressive producer and remixer follows the success of Wanderer with a forward-thinking, retro-conscious sophomore disc. Read More »