Kaffeeklatsch

#5

so cool, thank you :slightly_smiling_face:

#6

3 layers of @bradfromraleigh’s humming at different phases and/or speeds.

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#7

flip of @jasonw22 's of @bradfromraleigh,
audacity, monolase, beatmaker2, iphone vocal, bitcrusher, dc1a2 comp :slight_smile:

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#8

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#9

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Puredata! (thread)
#10

A quick experiment late last night, inspired by comments in the Serge Recommendations thread, and particularly comments about generating sound without oscillators, sequencers, etc.

It’s nothing special; mostly ‘proof of concept,’ using what I have.

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Latest tracks + videos
#11

In response to @Larrea’s output and to the Serge recommendations thread I just did an impromptu improv with my mini serge (SSG, DUSG and VCFQ) and recorded a little of it (in fact it’s still playing by itself in the other room).

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#12

karmatronicsX

lets link up photos of what we got runnin’ :slightly_smiling_face:

//// pictures of our sound-making machines ////
#13


plz sample/add whatever you feel :slight_smile:

#14

Playing around with random CVs from TXo into the Loquelic Iteritas.

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#15

recorded output of a custom 2-voice Aalto patch: https://soundcloud.com/plusch/june-1-2017

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#16

academics
'a self-portrait
practice pad, loop from @plusch bitcrushed, iphone vox

#17

here’s an eight bar loop i made, to plz remix :grinning:



-made with novation app

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#18

maybe put some lyrics on, and call it 'done :slight_smile:

or plz re-imagine it into something that you think is cool!
whatever you feel like…

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#19

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#20

webcam

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#21


beachSceneX :slight_smile:
track made in supercollider
using iphone recordings of ocean waves, and backyard percussions
based on code from eli fieldsteel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nB_bVJ1c1Rg

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#22

i didn’t even know this thread existed as the title confused me but i am so glad this is here and hopefully i can contribute in some way!

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#23

//supercollider code
(
Pbind(
\degree, Prand([-8, -2, -6, -12, -2, -3, -1, -12, -1, -8, -12, -3], inf),
\dur, Pseq([0.2, 0.1, 3, 1, 6, 0.6], inf),
\amp, Pseq([0.4, 0.3, 0.1, 0.2, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.5], inf),
\legato, Pseq([0.4, 1.1, 1.3, 0.2, 1.5, 0.8], inf),
).play;
)
//and then the Teufelsberg Reverb

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#24

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