Crow -- dreaming of


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Oh me too!
Every night Im visited by that black bird whispering sweet nothings.


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A link to the original announcement.


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Re-reading that last part has me really intrigued. Can take itself on its own adventures? :thinking:


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I wonder if you can load your own functionality to it?


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2018: what is Lua?
2019: [fluently writing scripts that control multiple musical systems] the future


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the hints at crow in this episode had me very intrigued. “clusters of code” !!! what!? sounds cool. thats for sure


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that podcast is fantastic. Feels like it should be pinned at the top of the forum, given a great many of us would be interested in it, rather than buried in this unassuming thread :slight_smile:


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What do you mean!?!
… unassuming.
:joy:


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Great podcast @darwingrosse ! I wasn’t at all aware of Art + Music + Technology. Looking forward to checking out the other many episodes.


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My uninformed, uneducated guess would be that Crow allows for an additional layer of lua scripting that handles the behavior of the CV ports, with or without norns/grids plugged in. Which could kinda be a constellation of functionality in itself. I’m getting psyched


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I religiously listen to a+m+t and somehow missed this! Thank you for the repost.


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Urban crows like to nest on electric transformers and will often use wire hangers or fiberoptic cables as building materials for their nests.

…something I just learned.


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Wow, I’ve seen this around my town. I didn’t realize it’s the crows (that are also abundant in these areas).


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… crow coming!


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Rare pic of me ready to rock out


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the hints in the art music technology podcast seem like crow will do some really cool unforeseen stuff. i wonder if it will do something simpler too though, like give norns midi to cv capabilities. cant wait to see!! :eyes::popcorn:


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