Vintage Culture heats up with remix of Chris Lorenzo and High Jinx’s ‘California Dreamin”

Vintage Culture heats up with remix of Chris Lorenzo and High Jinx’s ‘California Dreamin”Vintage Culture Só Track Boa

Just weeks after his newest output with James Hype, “You Give Me A Feeling,” Vintage Culture returns to share a remix of High Jinx and Chris Lorenzo‘s “California Dreamin.’” With the original being one of the most hotly anticipated house IDs coming out of summer 2021, Vintage Culture’s addition will certainly be a dream come true for house music fans.

Vintage Culture’s spin on “California Dreamin’” amplifies the original house notes while adding a sinister production layer. The remix cuts through to the listener’s consciousness after an overpowering house drop builds into an explosive climax.

Speaking about the track in an official release, Vintage Culture shares,

“Chris Lorenzo’s new track ‘California Dreamin’‘ is on fire! My intention is to throw gasoline on the fire…. thrilled to remix the song.”

Vintage Culture’s remix of “California Dreamin’” is out now via Astralwerks and Black Book Records. Stream below.

Featured image: Vintage Culture/Official Website

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MeeBlip Intros cubit duo USB MIDI Interface

MeeBlip has introduced the cubit duo, a 4-port MIDI splitter, USB interface and thru box.

Used standalone – it’s a MIDI splitter: Connect to MIDI IN, and cubit copies anything sent to it to all four MIDI OUT jacks at the same – with near-zero latency.

It’s also USB MIDI interface: 1×1 USB MIDI, no drivers needed. The four hardware-mirrored MIDI out jacks make it easy to connect lots of gear.

Features:

  • USB mode: 1×1 USB MIDI interface
  • Standalone/THRU mode: 4-output MIDI splitter (thru box)
  • Four hardware-mirrored MIDI OUT jacks – no software lag, ultra-tight timing
  • Opto-isolated MIDI IN to reduce ground loops
  • High-performance 32-bit ARM Cortex processor
  • Class-compliant USB MIDI – no drivers needed
  • Bright green MIDI light flashes when sending or receiving data for easy troubleshooting
  • Size: 108 x 76 x 25 mm (4.25″ x 3:” x 1″), weight: 110 g (3.9 oz)
  • Includes 1 m (3 ft) USB cable
  • USB powered

Pricing and Availability

The cubit duo is available now for $ 79.95 USD.

Freakshow Industries’ Black Friday plug-in anti-sale will charge you more, but you can also steal

Oh, they aren’t kidding when they say “anti-sale.” In honor of Black Friday, plug-in maker Freakshow Industries (“audio effects for the end-times”) has increased their prices. But you can also pirate the plug-ins directly from their site.

If you’re able to navigate their website (seizure warning), you can first experience a UI/UX I would describe as “rolling blackouts as you have a stroke, as rendered by a 90s Flash animation student.”

https://freakshowindustries.com/

I don’t know exactly how long the Black Friday anti-sale lasts, but for now, the anarchy they bring to you is an up to 395% increase on the usual prices, marked “limited time ripoff.”

The image was actually this dark when I attempted to use their site. Not sure if that’s also part of the Black Friday special but – catch the chaos while you can, regardless.

Next to the BUY button, though, is a STEAL button that allows you to “pirate” their software for free. It’ll prompt a little questionnaire that asks why it is you want to put them out of business.(You’re also given the option to “underpay” a different amount, based on your need.)

The product descriptions are genius. For example:

THE SHIFTING NIGHTMARE

Sometimes a track takes that dark turn.

Every path leads ever deeper into desperation.

Nothing is working, perhaps the well is dry.

Delete it all.  Salt the earth.  Anything but this.

Never far away is the thirst for cleansing fire.

Undo has become a parasitic companion.

Defeat is calling like a moth to the candle flame.

Endure this manic force in resolute defiance.

Strike the eldritch match of transformation.

And then product videos, too:

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There’s some excellent stuff in there.

Yeah, we clearly need to do a round-up of this sort of madness…

https://freakshowindustries.com/