Here's another jam with my new RedSpring synth! MORE INFO BELOW! ... more
ignatius: @nicknotis - yeah.. he did.. but the files i uploaded weren't mastered ;) i should have the mastered version soon.
n9: Max Richter's Sleep is my favorite record of the last couple years. I had to go pretty out of my way to get my hands on the f
ignatius: hi :)yeah.. i had the flu when i was uploading/creating release pages etc and a i uploaded the unmastered versions. the re
bogdan: Looks like he uploaded the wrong versions according to a thread at [WATMM](https://forum.watmm.com/topic/92584-two-new-ignati
nicknotis: Ignatius, if you're out there, tell us what's up. And if you update the release, I'll buy it again. It's dope as hell.
tylth: here are links to the stems and the original track, hope it works!https://www.dropbox.com/s/ctdb4rulkygwon5/Freeze%20Stems.
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Here's a first jam with my newly made Axoloti instruments. MORE INFO BELOW ... more
In this episode Nikol and Lumír will explain the difference between modular and line audio levels and how to make them work together. ... more
Found my old contact mic and had an idea to patch it up with my Anyware Instruments Tinysizer and Minisizer MORE INFO BELOW! ... more
The OMSynth miniLab is a circuit development and performance interface designed to help inventors quickly build and experiment with creative circuits. It was designed with beginners in mind but is perfectly suited for seasoned builders and complex circuit development. ... more
I made this little Markov chain MIDI file generator using Clojure a couple years ago. It's pretty rudimentary, but it was a fun little project to work on: ... more
bogdan: Nice. I'm often intrigued by the thought of programmatically-generated audio but never actually do it. Do you have any samples online of what this sounds like?
dylan: I posted a small piece generated from Bach's Goldberg variations to my SoundCloud account a while back but have since removed it to make way for other tracks (I'm too cheap to buy a paid account, ha). Since it's on Github you're of course free to clone it and run some MIDI files through it, though if you do end up using it I apologize in advance for the horrendous GUI.In general, I found that a 2nd-order Markov Chain performs reasonably well when the input has a well-defined melodic and harmonic structure and a sufficiently large corpus of musical data to draw upon. For music that is more improvisational in nature (e.g. Liszt fantasies), the results are not all that useful, but still occasionally interesting. Using a third or fourth order Markov Chain might yield better results since the current state transition (pitch) now depends on the previous three or four states.The other thing I couldn't really get "right" was altering the rhythmic component. I think that was probably a combination of poorly implemented MIDI note on/off event timing but it could also be that Markov processes aren't well suited for the particular corpus of data I was working with.
Hello! Glad to see that em411 has been resurrected. ... more
dylan: I can only imagine what raising two kids is like! My kiddo is walking now and getting into everything, so it's ramping up in difficulty, ha. But it's a joy (for the most part).As far as making music goes, I am finding out that it's all about time management - particularly getting my ideas out and not getting lost in the details (gone are the days where I could endlessly tweak a snare drum, which may be for the best), and focusing on just having fun.Any other music making / productivity tips for a fellow parent? ;)
Retape: I'm not a parent, but I guess Korg Gadget (or something like it) on a phone could work nicely to sketch out ideas, at least, while you're doing other stuff as well (bus, train, toilet, waiting room).
dylan: Korg Gadget looks really cool. I could definitely envision some toilet compositions using that. :D
Please support on Patreon! Breaking down some of the most useful module types one-by-one to aid in the pursuit of making generative music on your modular. AKA: How to jumble your shit! TABLE OF CONTENTS: ... more
bogdan: refreshing, thanks for sharing @Higaru.
higaru: thanks Bogdan:) me (makunouchi bento) and my polish gf Monika (your fan) are sending good vibes to you:)
The current Craque Shaque. Turntables, ESQ-1, eurorack modular and lots of DIY, pedals and guitars and shit. studio hardware eurorack modular diy ... more
craque: Yep I have a pair of Behringer Truth B2031's and a modest "computer speaker sub" to round out the sound.
skab: Nice! Do you jackue in the Craque Shaque?
Iololike: wow, that is fabulous
testing......did /does this work? posting my new 'ep' just released in New Zealand by Metallurgic ...... :? anyone picking this up (as in able to see this!?) hardware software diy technique listening ... more
zer0x: https://soundcloud.com/ezekielbweiner/the-twon25godogerisk151-dirgessacidmarch2-12wizardmix the real track 3*
SKIP TO 6:54 FOR SOUND DEMOS! ... more
Taking my newly soldered DIY Weather Drones out for a spin. Even unpatched it's already a really powerful drone instrument in itself. ... more
DETAILED DEMO NOW here: ... more