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Seaboard Rise Keyboard

Roli have introduced their latest MIDI controller, dubbed the Seaboard RISE. The innovative keyboard provides musicians an affordable and accessible tool that lets them create authentic instrumental simulations in real time. The minimalist keyboard features pressure-sensitive continuous surface instead of individual keys, this gives the user great movement feel and a more fluid like use, allowing to shape notes and modulate sound in real time with various finger gestures. Seaboard RISE is compatible with a variety of software and comes with Equator, a custom-built multi-platform software synthesiser. To put to use at home, studio or in a live-act, a real all-round and versatile instrument. watch the video



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HOTEL ENDEMICO | BAJA CALIFORNIA | Image

HOTEL ENDEMICO | BAJA CALIFORNIA

Designed by Jorge Garcia of GraciaStudio, the Endémico Resguardo Silvestre Hotel is part of the renowned Mexican Hotel group Habita. The  eco-friendly hotel, set to open this year, is located in Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California. It features a set of twenty independent rooms named EcoLofts with 215 sq ft each. The EcoLoft has a clean and minimal steel structure elevating it to avoid contact with the soil. Each EcoLoft has its own wooden deck with a c...
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SOMA BOTTLE

Remember the Soma Water Filter, a beautiful, sustainable water filter that delivers crisp, clean water, with minimalist good looks? Now the brand has gone beyond the pitcher with this new water bottle. The 17oz Soma Bottle is focused on sustainability and minimalistic aesthetics, it is made from high quality, lightweight, shatter-resistant glass, with an easy grip protective silicone sleeve, and a cap made from sustainable bamboo. Itís perfectly designed to fit into...
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PARK BUTTE LOOKOUT

Fire lookouts were built to house workers full time after the Great Fire of 1910 that burned millions of acres of forest in Washington, Montana, and Idaho and were used to detect fires and were used as an early warning system in an age before radios, aircraft and GPS. Thanks to modern technology, they are now obsolete for their original use but are now usually kept up by park volunteers for people to visit and stay in. Take this restored fire lookout in Mount Baker ...
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