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Fighting with my mixer, a barely working soundcraft signature 16MTK, whats yours?
Hawaii at dusk. 🤘🤙 Recent configuration, mid-setup.
new here. had a restless night. been awake for an hour. ugh. so, saying hi and throwing some download codes for one of my sample libraries into this post as a means of introduction. the library is 1800 one shots created on a modular and other synths but mostly modular. it's been out for a while but is still under the radar so if you use any of it it's likely no one will identify this. more details at the bandcamp page. qvgt-73zd fbk2-vxkh ld35-kptv cqv9-6nr9 8xxu-76pg t4ev-v673 terr-6ym4 u6qt-x55z vzr3-vr2g 6tml-6sxu zu8q-klep n5z7-gjr2
6 colour block cellular automaton. More here
My first legit post on here:
Just filed my first bug report with the site - that didn't take long!
ohai!!! just moving in. i do a lot of different art related things in whatever mix of mediums fits the bill atm. lots of 3d and audio design. i'm working on a game when i have the time.
Hey, friends! Happy to be here. I am an independent musician and producer based out of Hawaii. I make Electronic music that lands somewhere in the genres of Ambient, Trip-Hop, Downtempo, Dance, Chill, Lounge, Experimental, and Noise. I hope you will check out my work! :)
Hello, folx! I'm interested in doing livecoding on micro-controllers and micro-controller based synths like the Korg NTS-1. Anything smaller than a single-board computer that has an SDK is fair game. There are a few micro-controllers - Daisy Seed and Teensy - that can be coded via Faust or Pure Data or MAX/MSP via a pre-processor, but I want something with a serial or serial-over-USB interactive / interpretive user interface like ChucK or Sonic Pi. Is there anything out there? I've got a way to build something from the ground up myself, targeting the Daisy Seed, Teensy 4.1 and Raspberry Pi Pico, but that would take a bit of time and then I'd have to teach everyone how to use it.
Hi everyone, Introducing myself. I'm Kasper (kaosbeat/kaotec) , part of H.AL.I.C., live coding visuals since long. Now moving into live coding sound as well. Good to see this place popping up, looking forward to see what you're up to...
Friday oktober 21st Data Intersect Study will go live in Antwerp (Belgium) It's an installation, expo and live coded modular set, followed by a DJ set. The installation is sonification and visualization of data. Free entrance More info
Hi everyone. Just wanted to intruduce myself. I'm a computer musician making: various forms of electro-funk and bass music, ambiental drone, noise and sonic experiments, expanded cinema and video projects. I also do queer performance, run a small local Creative Commons netlabel Kamizdat w/ boutique physical releases, and I'm a heavy user of FLOSS & Linux. I'm huge fan of fediverse and I run sonomu.club and toot.si Mastodon instances.
My latest audio release is called 'xenotopic networks' and is a derivation from an audio-visual work 'trans.fail/xenotopic.network'. - lukaprincic.bandcamp.com/album/xenotopic-networks. It was written in #SuperCollider and the code (quite messy) is [
hello, hope that i won't spoil myself when i do this kind of promo as my first post, but it is not a typical self-promo, as it is more of a showcase of other creators works few weeks ago for my university course i created a website, that aggregates w