A new one with J. Lemont on drums:
Finally got around to updating pippi's readme. Hopefully I'm doing a better job now of explaining what it is and what it is like to use.
Also there is this garish image.
true tales of working the web
Dragging my way through my current reading list, so why not start another... this looks like an interesting read... Thanks for the hat tip @david ! (I think you recommended it?)
Mozart, dice music, early computer music
I'd like to see more of this type of thing. Lovely.
microsound, unit generators
Anxiously awaiting the next Hiroki Nishino paper... not to mention the release of LC!
Happy Saturday! I think my favorite thing about mastodon is being able to see everyone's various works in progress -- from sprawling long-term mega-projects to a 15 minute hack-of-necessity.
I often feel awkward trumpeting my own tinkering so I want to speak to those who also maybe feel awkward about it: I want to see it all, the big the small, the whole workshop, whatever you're excited about or just getting knocked out for that next thing...
Please show, please tell!
Staring at monitors is a good way to deal with insomnia I have heard
I either need a magic potion to snap me back into focus or knock me out for the rest of the night.
I'm just sitting here, staring at this LFO that has no adjustable period while my eyes unfocus and my brain griiinnnnnddsss slowly...
"I guess add another param and pass it along in the pipeline? Does this want a context abstraction? Do I need a pipeline, will I really use each modular piece of this transformation sequence? Durrrrrrrrrrrr"
Alright doc writing time again!
The hardest parts about writing docs for pippi so far has been 1) getting the tooling to where I can forget about it and just document and 2) trying to guess what types of things people might want to see or would find useful while making first steps with the project...
Oh my god I just found an audio recording I made of my cat's old automatic litter box... (a hand-me-down that had a great skronky dying motor sound when it swept away the litter) ...and my cat looks REALLY confused right now. He's moving super slow and cautiously looking around my desk area for his former arch-nemesis: litter box robot.
Currently listening to church bells, birds & someone mowing their lawn about four years ago in my previous neighborhood.
Almost through listening to an alternate 60 minute mix of a series of ~20 hour long noon field recordings I did in 2016...
Almost for a moment felt like spring again. :)
I'll have to do another series in my new town this summer...
It's that time of the day to go read & listen to & favorite everything posted in @paul's feed.
Made some more progress on the first pippi tutorial to cover sequencing and rhythm so far -- look ma, a drum beat!