arcologies (@tyleretters ) sequencing samples from glia, alongside slowed down gregorian chants on the cassette (shout out @cwpotter for the wonderful modded cassette player), into fantastic voyage (the “bleached” midi controller is controlling various parameters on there). this is my third time shooting over footage on the same dv tape (and it might have been a used tape initially anyways) it’s really degrading in a wonderful way here.
whats the macbook running?
love the tape hiss <3 i think my deck just bit the dust last night…
that’s fantastic voyage rip to your tape deck maybe there is some saving it? otherwise it’s time to get a noise generator and/or cold mac
thanks! i’ll check this out.
cold mac can make noise?!?
what doesn’t cold mac do? crease out > survey in, survey knob around 9o’c or 3o’c, listen to mac out. there’s ways to get cm to self oscillate although it’s more finicky. the noise patch works super well on one of my cold macs but is pretty quiet on the other so it depends on the unit I think.
Accidentally sampled the norns startup sound and decided to roll with it.
@neauoire Mmm smooth 24
@Fma What an intense 23, rocking!
@renegog argh those creeps chanting on 21 are seriously ruining my vibes. I like it, with the strange clicks on top.
@nff Great to see (and hear!) dub techniques with programming.
25 jam in the same post
Day 25: This one came out way better than I expected:
Very funky 5/4 meter, beats divided into quintuplets:
Good job everyone with Jamuary, this is so amazing and inspiring! I find unapologetic posting extremely liberating.
@Mangrove: The program is called Orca, it’s a livecoding language that lets me create procedural sequences with rules, so I can say like, every 5th play C3, but every 9th D3, but every 45th E3, and so forth.
Here’s a really good tutorial from @ezbot
Ambient jam today Listen to Cycles by Obsxdian on #SoundCloud