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Launchpad Mini | By Novation

Novation have recently released the Launchpad Mini controller, a shrunk down version of their biggest hit, the Launchpad. Portability was the number-one priority, and this new miniature version is aimed at the "iPad generation”, it is powered straight from your iPad or computer, no power supply required. It is compatible with Novation´s Launchpad app as well as Mac/PC installs of Ableton Live and FL Studio. Compact, rugged and lightweight the Launchpad Mini is built for creating music on the road. Watch the video

Available in Europe here 




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COOKING WITH BEER

Beer is no longer used merely as a last minute ingredient to make a meal sound a little more impressive, a new cooking book by beer aficionado Mark Dredge, shows just how versatile this already admired beverage can be. Cooking with Beer presents 75 delicious recipes using beer as a key ingredient, proving it can have a profound influence in shaping the overall flavor of a dish. Beautifully illustrated with pictures of each mouth watering, beer infused dishes, you´ll...
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VOXARRAY 61 SYNTHESIZER

The stunning Voxarray 61 is a tribute to synthesizers from the 70s. Created by Love Hulten, a Swedish studio, this ”DIY modular synthesizer” has a clamshell construction, with the top lid housing a variety of analog and digital modules that can be connected using patch cords. To use external devices, simply patch them through the matrix. Add the custom-made dynamic microphone on top to complete the setup. Made of walnut, ash and steel, its not only gorgeous to behol...
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ALLIGATOR BLOOD

Alligator Blood tells the spectacular rise and fall of the high-rolling whiz-kid who controlled online pokers billions. The newly released book tells the incredible story of Daniel Tzvetkoff, a 26-year-old Australian who set up an online payment service to disguise gambling revenues as legal payments. His website made him one of the richest people in Australia almost overnight, he struck deals with three major poker websites and in a matter of months Tzvetkoff was e...
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