Happy to announce that a generic MIDI version of gibberwocky is now available:
Runs in the browser (well, Chrome and Opera) and should talk with any MIDI hardware or DAWs; no plugins or closed-source software required. Please let me know if you have a chance to try it out! - Charlie
This just ended. I probably should have posted it before that. They are all recorded at least
You can see all the various performances here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMBIpibV-wQKbbM_uOQpa62QmctO4psgQ
And congrats to @cannc for debuting (at least I think it was the debut) a really cool new tool for composing/performing with Tidal as part of the event:
thanks @charlieroberts It's still in pretty early stage your gibber set was dope as heck too!
Belated welcome @charlieroberts ! I'm taking a look at gibberwocky now. Where's the best place to ask questions if I hit snags? Should I start another thread here or is there someplace better?
Hi @ppqq. There's a gibber mailing list where gibberwocky questions are most welcome:
... and there's also a gibber channel on the live coding slack: * invite: http://live-code-slack.herokuapp.com * channel link: https://livecode.slack.com/messages/C1NEL9Z61
Looking forward to hearing what you think! - Charlie
Thanks for these pointers!
I was about to post a plea for help when I got things working. (Take-away: a quick video demonstrating setup would be super handy.) Anyway, I have some exploring to do but will chime in when I get somewhere.