made some highlights of mine and @pleurodesis sets. I just watched through mine and was touched by all the comments and had a few laughs over all of the pinecone related puns
Really happy with how @pleurodesis set came together, had to improvise some visuals without listening to it beforehand, and I really think the forest matches the prerecorded set I got just minutes before we started the stream. great how stuff like this just works.
Woohoo! Thank you!
I seem to have spent most of my weekend on twitch, one way or another - And still got the second lines community stream to look forward to!
Massive thanks to everyone who’s made this happen
I had to go to bed just before the last couple of performers yesterday (although I did catch up this morning) but I really enjoyed all of this, especially seeing how diverse people’s approaches are to their music and visual aesthetic.
This was such a great way to spend the weekend. Here’s my set minus the pre-roll:
I saw a couple questions go by in the chat at the time, but then had to reload to see the next set, so I lost them. But to answer the two that I know I saw: the Norns script I was using is an Ornament + Crime-inspired shift register-ish sequencer I’m writing, very much a work in progress but the code is here (if anyone is interested in trying it out themselves, get in touch – I’d welcome testing & feedback!); and the keening string section-like sounds are that sequencer controlling (via Crow) two MFB OSC-02 pulse waves -> Optomix -> Clouds Parasite looping delay mode. @oot, who I know asked about this: the string-ness probably has little to do with timbre, and mostly comes from using Crow’s sine slew shape and Clouds/uBurst’ nice slow delay time smoothing – delay time is always changing as it’s being clocked by an intentionally drifty clock generated by Teletype, so Clouds is doubling the two OSC-02 voices, sometimes at a very different pitch.
Thanks so much to everyone who played & hung out in the chat & special thanks @noiserock for proposing this in the first place and making it happen. There were so many really inspiring sets.