This Modstep video explains why you’d want an iPad

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Modstep is … an app that does a lot of sequencing things on iOS. Step sequencing and sequence recording with … a lot of stuff. And then those things all connect together, and there are templates for… Okay, it’s hard to explain. Those of us in the business have gotten used to the “it does a whole bunch of stuff” quality of DAWs. But now, new organisms are crawling out of the sea and walking on land, and they don’t have a genus and species yet. Fortunately, a new Modstep video does it absolutely perfectly, so let’s watch that. Also, …

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These New Star Wars Posters Are Simply Perfect

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These New Star Wars Posters Are Simply Perfect

There are so many Star Wars posters out there these days, it’s incredibly difficult to make one stand out. Well, artist Matt Ferguson has found an answer to that: Make posters that are simple, clean, and instantly recognizable.

That’s easier said than done, of course—but Ferguson’s definitely pulled it off. Along with the Bottleneck Gallery and Acme Archives, he’s about to release an officially licensed series of posters that practically scream “Star Wars,” without being too in your face. Check out the color regular, and gold variant, editions.

These New Star Wars Posters Are Simply Perfect
These New Star Wars Posters Are Simply Perfect
These New Star Wars Posters Are Simply Perfect
These New Star Wars Posters Are Simply Perfect
These New Star Wars Posters Are Simply Perfect
These New Star Wars Posters Are Simply Perfect
These New Star Wars Posters Are Simply Perfect

All these posters go on sale at 12pm EST February 25. The variants are a limited edition run of 225 while the regulars are a timed edition that will remain on sale until February 28 until 11:59pm EST, and they’ll print as many sets as they sell during that period. All prints are 12 x 24 inches.

They’ll be on sale at Bottleneck Gallery, at a cost of $100 or $115.


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