GarageBand for iOS gains TrueDepth camera control over musical effects & more

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GDC 2018: ‘Disco Road’ is a Multi-Lane Musical Runner

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Ever since I first fiddled around with Audio Surf ages ago, I’ve been fascinated by the potential of using music to generate content inside of games. Despite having access to the music library on the iOS device for years now, very few developers have used this functionality to do anything that cool. Disco Road is the latest title to take a crack at using your music to craft gameplay, in this case, via a multi-lane runner.

Disco Road is still in development, and is full of tricks. Towards the end of the video we even demonstrate that you can play it with your head using the front sensors of the iPhone X. Gimmicky maybe, but, that sort of thing is really neat once you start playing with it.

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Casio revives its musical, game-playing calculator from the ’80s

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Back in 1980, Casio released a musical, game-playing calculator cleverly named the MG-880. Apparently, kids went wild for the thing, playing a mini Space Invaders-inspired game with just numbers on the LCD screen. Now, Casio is releasing a revival of…
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Apple makes deal for animated musical ‘Central Park’ from ‘Bob’s Burgers’ creator

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Apple has made yet another move for unique video content, this time an animated musical, without an announced service beyond Apple Music to host it.
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Learn to play the musical calculator to impress your nerd friends

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I was first introduced to the concept of a musical calculator when I watched a YouTuber who goes by the name “It’s a Small World” covering the Super Mario theme song with four calculators. Each numbered button corresponded to a musical note, and the mysterious musician (just watch her “face reveal“ video, she takes the genre to new heights like she’s the Bjork of YouTube) somehow memorized them all to create an 8-bit symphony.

I found myself still thinking about the calculators several months later, and was delighted to find that I could buy my own online. There’s a couple of different models of musical calculators out there, but the most accessible was the AR-7778, which is available on Amazon and AliExpress. I ordered two from…

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Your 2017 Wrapped by Spotify is a musical year in review with a new custom playlist

One of the best things about the music streaming service Spotify is the platform’s incredible ability to customize itself to the listener. Its automatically generated playlists are second to none, making it easy to find new music you like. The holidays are also a special time for Spotify listeners, as we get to look back at the last year’s listening habits in the form of customized playlists, and this year Spotify has turned it into an interactive experience: Your 2017 Wrapped

The new Your 2017 Wrapped is an animated analysis that plugs itself into your Spotify account data and provides you with some fun facts about your personal listening habits.

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One of gaming’s musical maestros just released his first solo album

Hirokazu Tanaka has a history most game composers can only dream of. As a young sound designer working at Nintendo in the 1980s, he crafted the soundtracks to classics like Metroid, Earthbound, Dr. Mario, and Tetris. Later on, he would write songs for the original Pokémon anime. Now, a few decades later, he’s releasing his first proper solo album, a collection called Django that fuses chiptunes with techno and reggae.

Tanaka — who is releasing the album under his stage name “Chip Tanaka” — describes the new collection as “the culmination of my harder side, the kind of game music you hear in EarthBoundʼs battle tracks.” The 13 songs jump around from genre to genre. The opening track, “Ringing Dub,” starts out as a thumping electronic…

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This Stranger Things backtrack reimagines the series as a comedy musical

Netflix’s Stranger Things is a science fiction horror series that blends the nostalgic feel of ‘80s synth with the Stephen King-style horror of movies from Carrie to Stand By Me. It doesn’t seem prone to musical stylings, but YouTuber Brian David Gilbert has married the two with surprising skill.

His YouTube video “Stranger Sings” is a backing track, synced up to the first episode, that turns the entire affair into a campy, narration-filled musical. The show’s youthful gang is rebranded as a boy band; the mouthy Demogorgon is now known as the “Jazz Man.” Even the show’s theme song is turned into a sitcom-esque explanation of the show’s premise:

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Anna and the Apocalypse is everything the words “Scottish Christmas zombie musical” imply

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There are two kinds of people in the world: people who hear the words “Scottish Christmas zombie musical comedy” and start scouring the internet for showtimes, and people who hear those words, roll their eyes, and mutter about the ridiculous extremes of mash-up culture. The latter group will want to skip Anna and the Apocalypse, which is exactly as advertised: a low-budget, high-energy independent musical comedy made in Scotland, and centering on how a group of angsty high-schoolers on the cusp of graduation deal with a sudden outbreak of living-deadism.

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