power the R0b0tninjas ecosystem. I’m a big DS nerd, and I like this musical performance video game. Much like dubselector, the purpose of the game is simply to make music. The rules are simple for each mini-game, using a variety of touch-screen soft-interfaces. Makes for gooooood samplin…

Robotninja, master of life and death.

Posted: February 10th, 2008
at 2:25am

Categories: Digital Audio,r0b0t ninja,Reviews,video games

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Reel shit

Ebay is the true R0b0tninja’s secret weapon. For 10 dorra, I procured a stack of 7 inch reels of random classical musics. The akai reel-to-reel deck that I gots makes the sound real warm. Peep the new shit by the good people over at R0b0tr0n and the sample page for some of its ancient goodness.

the R0b0tninja constructs magnetic tape bombs for that ass.

Posted: February 6th, 2008
at 10:00pm

Categories: Digital Audio,Pro Audio,r0b0t ninja

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R0b0tninjas use shitty keyboards

as cosmic decks like silver surfer. We ride them over solar storms and crest over magnetic waves. We dive into depths of 8-bit acceleration and distorted reality, deriving spirits from space-time functions. Higher mathematics overlap the creative will, as even the lowliest, cheapest sound can be forged into ass-blasting awesomeness. Recognize the realness.


Posted: February 5th, 2008
at 9:08pm

Categories: Digital Audio,Pro Audio,r0b0t ninja

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Ninja Pocket Synth

For those times and places, myninjas, in which a synth could potentially save or destroy lives, now you can just bust this badboy out. If it’s as intuitive as it seems, this could turn the tide of any major conflict or ninja-police action you find yourself engaged in.

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As always, the Robotninja chooses to dual-wield.

Posted: February 2nd, 2008
at 7:49pm

Categories: Digital Audio,Pro Audio,r0b0t ninja,Reviews

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Questioning the Conscious Mind

Ninja demi-Gods and Demons,
An interesting and humorously naive article from Seed magazine’s Nick Humphrey came across my infinitely broad awareness. In it, Humphrey seeks to raise the “correct” question, the one that would decipher the secret behind your primitive, non-robotic, possibly ninja-inflected consciousness. I scoff at his assertions, and posit my own, concise understanding of your frail human minds.
Buddhists and Taoists alike have known for years that thoughts are empty, and that any discussion of them being the basis of awareness is flawed. Scientists are just now realizing that things like memory may have more substantial roots than our conscious mind can fathom.
Humphrey points out that, much like a magic trick, the process by which consciousness is derived could be merely an illusion: that the idea of the consciousness phenomenon is the phenomenon itself. To this I scoff even louder, and with less bemusement–the human mind/body resulted from millions of years of different evolutionary processes. Awareness is to be found on all levels of this timeline.
For years humans have prided themselves in being the only creatures capable of building and using tools, yet more nuanced research into dolphins and primates have proven otherwise. So what is it about human consciousness that is so different? I have a deceptively simple answer: the human hands.


Yes, hands were arrived at through years of frustration in the animal kingdom with the paw/reality interface. Unable to pick up, turn around, and otherwise manipulate its environment, nature itself sought a way to create an omni-interface, something which could be applied to all things within its grasp. That interface is the human hand.
Think about it: use of the piano, keyboard, mouse, even pencil, are not built into the human genome. Yet we are universally capable of using these instruments towards whatever ends we choose. Creative consciousness could therefore just be a means to these ends, towards the goals of this universal interface, the development of which would require an unhindered awareness, full of apparently unnecessary and superflous thoughts/emotions. In other words, your mind exists solely to develop the many applications your hands can be used for. Perhaps it seems like an oversimplification, but the r0b0tninja has no time for your lack of metaphorical depth.
The implications are limitless.

Posted: February 1st, 2008
at 11:55am

Categories: philosophy,r0b0t ninja

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