Guvera takes a different approach to providing music to consumers for free whilst also being legal. This is done by allowing advertisers to pay for the music instead of consumers. Overview Guvera matches brands to consumers and provides a brand oriented channel for the consumer to download or stream music through. The company behind the [...]
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Previously I mentioned being given a Taurus T-Di Bass Preamp and DI-Box for Christmas by my parents. I also promised I would do a write up about it. I’ve been meaning to do it for quite a while – almost 4 months. Finally though, here it is!
Happy new year everybody, I hope 2010 see’s you well! I’ve been away from Brisbane since the 20th of December. So far I’ve been in Wagga and Batemans Bay, soon I’ll be on my way to Melbourne as well. It’s been a great break, but today I’ve had to sit down and get back to [...]
I know a lot of people don’t like iTunes and the restrictions on iPods and iPhones that require you to use iTunes to utilise all of their functionality, or even just to synchronise your music. That’s a fair call (and yes I know you can set it up to bypass iTunes for music but I’m [...]
As some people would know, I was in Lismore from Monday 26th of May until Wednesday the 4th of June, however, on Sunday the 1st of June, I came back up to Brisbane for the day to go to the Guitar Show at the Brisbane City Hall with my dad and sister. There were some [...]
I had an assignment due on Monday for KKB210: Computational Arts 1, where I had to create 3 computational art works. This has kept me pretty busy over the past week or so, especially since I had another assignment due on Tuesday, just a 1500-1800 word essay fortunately, so it didn’t take up too much [...]
This is an awesome song and a great video. Peter Denahy has captured the average Australian teenager so well, I can definitely relate, both from my own experience of being a teenager and from seeing my sister be one as well. Anyway, watch and enjoy!
I received an email a few days ago from Kel, of “The Travelling So & So’s”, who performed on March 16 at the Defusion party. The email was in response to my perception of what had happened on the night and cleared up some misconceptions. She clarified that it was in fact them that was [...]
Get a free copy of the new CD from Pete Cornelius and the Devilles, “Suburban Hell”, when you buy any Stratocaster replacement set from Powerhouse Music and Technology by the end of April 2008! I haven’t heard his new album yet, but his previous music is excellent. Pete and the Devilles are a blues band [...]
If you are like me and have trouble studying with regular music, but like to have something in the background, then you will like ambient music. If you are even more like me then you are very, very picky about the ambient music you listen to and find it quite difficult to find decent ambient [...]