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MusicRadar daily

Updated every weekday at 10am, MusicRadar Daily is our regular serving of the most popular features, weirdest gear, coolest blogs, hottest videos and all-round coolest music-making links from around the net, as found by the team and the MusicRadar community. Submit your links here.

MusicRadar Daily - 9 September 2009

Yoko Ono: Beatles tracks coming to iTunes tomorrow (Today!)

(From Mashable via tomporter)

Beatles not coming to iTunes Wednesday (not today!)

(From AppleInsider via tomporter)

Create cool audio drops in Traktor

(From DJTechTools via jonsherrard)

Incredible interactive website lets you paint Sigur Ros-esque music by numbers

(From Inbflat.net via chriswickett)

Otamatone musical instrument looks weird

(From Ubergizmo via tomporter)

The top 10 ways to ruin a song

(From Spike via tomporter)

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Submit your links here via the MusicRadar forum - just open a new post, submit your tip and we'll take a look!

Previously on MusicRadar Daily: Spotify exclusive, Gaga and Dre, paper instruments

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