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#Technique
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Analogue, Listening, Technique, Track, Laptop ➰ - Soundcloud
What's a one-night track? The infinite options with modern laptop music production don't pair well with perfectionist tendencies, in my experience. Hours spent agonizing over details sap away the emotional rush of a beautiful melody. So as a new training regimen, I'm forcing myself to complete some portion of songs in a single sitting. These are necessarily simple technical compositions, and simplicity can be rewarding. Trust your ears and stay humble. 3 tracks, modest post-processing.
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Listening, Technique, Hardware, Visuals, Synth untitled - Youtube
Mucking about with a Go Pro next to Loch Lomond.
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bogdan: hey, I get a weird security error when attempting to visit your Aleccheer site. Is this some Scottish tomfoolery?
reehc: @dubchieftain thanks, wow lucky! @bogdan fixed the link, no tomfoolery just scottish internet stupidity! (I haven't made my site secure yet)
Technique, Visuals, PIX, Uploading, Mashing Technique, Visuals, PIX, Uploading, Mashing
i hooked up 'pix' to my twitter account, it's mashing images to generate new images at 15 FPS, automatically uploading a single image every 20 minutes . enjoy. technique Visuals pix
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dug: I think the main idea behind OpenFrameworks is that it allows you to build visual applications that can easily port between Macs and PCs. You still have to write your own code to do what you want to do, but there are a lot of helpful libraries that save you having to write all the plumbing to get you started! There are some libraries for interfacing audio and MIDI commands from input devices which i haven't looked at too deeply yet, but i'd like to get pix to 'respond' to audio signals somehow - i think this might be my next step.
tylth: the results are aesthetically rewarding. i see it as a rorschach excercise of free association.