Category: Merchandise

10 Best Audio Interfaces

Choosing the right audio interface that will meet your requirements and expectations might be a bit of a difficult task to fulfill considering the great variety of them available on the market nowadays. And besides there are other things that need to be taken into consideration too such as input and output configurations, connectivity types, formats, etc. In order to significantly narrow down your selection among all the types and brands of audio interfaces we have singled out the top 10 best audio interfaces thus making your purchase much easier and faster. Before starting our list of top 10...

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Emcee B Flatt “Back To Basics” EP Produced by NoiseMan Contest

  Originally released in 1996, 2016 brings about the 20 year anniversary for B Flatt “Back To Basics”. The 20 year re-up! This vintage hip-hop project was originally released on Cassette Tape and CD. 42 minutes of hip-hop music, it has been re-mastered and will be soon available, in limited edition, on Vinyl Record, CD and USB Media Stick (containing pictures and bonus tracks). The B Flatt “Back To Basics” EP was an independent release from the Big Noise camp that defined a new level of quality, soul and organic music as folks from the Bay Area built their...

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Panasonic brings back Technics SL-1200 turntable

  Back in 2014, Panasonic reanimated the not-dead-just-sleeping Technics brand with the launch of two high end audio ranges. We got a brief ears-on in the listening room and liked what we heard. Very much. But there was something missing. For many party animals of a certain age, the good times were fueled by discs spun on the DJ weapons of choice – a pair of Technics SL-1200 decks. The brand confirmed plans to appease vinyl lovers at IFA Convention 2015 by introducing a new direct drive motor assembly for an upcoming turntable. Now, the picture is complete with...

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SubPac M2 brings the bass to your body

SubPac M2 brings the bass to your body Los Angeles-based StudioFeed first came to our attention in 2013 when it launched a crowdfunding campaign aimed at putting some low end rumble in your seat. The Kickstarter campaign was successful and the SubPac tactile bass technology has since been further developed, and also pushed beyond the immersive music and gaming experience. It’s been integrated into Peugeot’s Fractal concept car, for example. It’s also added a more engaging, physical dimension to a VR-enhanced premiere of the movie Jurassic World, and allowed deaf and hard of hearing festival goers in Brazil to...

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Xterrain500 electric fatbike rolls 10 inches Of Rubber Up Front

While not everyone is wild about adding motors to all-terrain bikes, if there’s one sub-type of ATB that could sometimes benefit from an electric boost, it’s the snow- and sand-slogging fatbike. We’ve certainly seen some electric fatties before, but the Xterrain500 adds what is quite a unique feature – the ability to run a custom 10-inch-wide front tire. The Xterrain500’s taller front wheel can be swapped for the 20 x 10-incher by moving the RockShox suspension forks closer together, via an adaptable crown plate. The Xterrain500 has a pedal-assisted top speed of 20 mph (32 km/h). The idea behind...

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Motorized Big Wheel Drift Trike speaks to your inner child

Attaching motors to drift trikes has seen the sport’s popularity flourish over the last 12 months. Traditionally a recreation for residents of hilly areas, both companies and DIYers have begun integrating gas and electric motors in a bid to extend the experience to flatter terrain. Auto parts manufacturer SFD Industries is at the forefront of this rise in motorized three-wheeled drifting, and is staking its claim in the form the Big Wheel Drift Trike that boasts a whopping 26-inch front wheel. “The thing that really sets off our drift trike is the big 26-inch by 3.5-inch wheel,” August Agner,...

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Rungu fat-trike puts a lot o’ rubber on loose terrain

What is the RUNGU FAT-TRIKE? With their huge, soft tires that allow them to “float” over snow and sand, fatbikes have experienced a surge in popularity over the past few years. Last December, British adventurer Maria Leijerstam took things a step further, using a custom fat trike to ride to the South Pole. Now, California-based Standard Bearer Machines is offering a fat-trike of its own, known as Rungu. Unlike Leijerstam’s recumbent trike, the Rungu is an upright. While the pros and cons of recumbents versus uprights could be (and are) debated endlessly, the designers of the Rungu claim that...

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Cassette Tape Wood Pendant Replica Necklace

Who remembers recording on these back in the day? Cassette tapes represent a magnetic iconic in worldwide culture. They span across era’s from the 1970’s to the 1990’s. Lightweight and comfortable, the retro Cassette Tape Wood Pendant replica necklace comes in three colorways. Natural Wood, Bronze & Black. Now available at Big Noise MPC via MRC Promotions you can make your statement to the music community. Imprinted with the “Good Wood” seal on the back these pieces are perfect for your accessory collection. Cassette Tape History: The Compact Cassette or Musicassette, also commonly called the cassette tape, audio cassette,...

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GZA Liquid Swords Album Re-Issue “The Chess Box” (2 Audio CD’s & Chess Set)

In the mid-’90s, Wu-Tang mastermind RZA crafted a distinctive soundtrack in his basement studio in Staten Island. This haunting landscape of dusty samples, sharp snares and menacing urban gloom – culled from the Japanese film Shogun Assassin as well as wide-ranging R&B and funk sources – would soon become a pillar of hip-hop history in the form of GZA’s 1995 sophomore classic, Liquid Swords. Considered by many to be one of the greatest Wu solo albums of all time, it’s withstood the test of time. To this day, you can listen to it from top to bottom to appreciate...

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High Quality Dj Slipmats just dropped from Dskreet

  Turntablism is the art of manipulating sounds and creating music using phonograph turntables and a DJ mixer. The word ‘turntablist’ was coined in 1995 by DJ Babu to describe the difference between a DJ who just plays records, and one who performs by touching and moving the records, stylus and mixer to manipulate sound. The new term co-occurred with a resurgence of the art of hip-hop style DJing in the 1990s. Hip-hop turntablist DJs use turntable techniques like beat mixing/matching, scratching, and beat juggling. Some turntablists seek to have themselves recognized as traditional musicians capable of interacting and...

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Custom Akai MPC 2000XL Giveaway

Big Noise MPC & The Drum Broker of Alkota Beats are proud to announce our Custom Akai MPC 2000XL Giveaway for spring 2013! We’re giving away a HUGE prize package to one lucky individual June 1st, 2013 which includes the fully customized Akai MPC 2000XL you see below. Akai 1/4″ stereo input, output and headphone jacks. These units are upgraded with MC-2000XL SD/CF media card readers, they are also upgraded with 32MB of internal memory. The Custom MPC skin is hand fabricated from Bamboo, this is solid 3/4″ exotic wood made to last the life of the MPC. The...

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