thanks @jaseknighter for this awesome deep dive into krill, despite the last minute twitcheroo (call @license for this trademarked word use) and how it impacted the whole audio/video routing you had prepared.
(full disclosure: we discovered 15 minutes before the event that discord “stage” mode is audio-only and that the video chat it capped to 25 person…).
i’m personally still blow away by how the “screen” part is not just a scope but more a “lens” that conditions the interpretation of the sequence/modulation!
The follow up krill workshop starts over at Twitch at 1000 Los Angeles / 1300 Boston / 1800 London / 1900 Stockholm
Edited to add: Thank you @jaseknighter for another deep and clarifying session! I was jumping in and out of the stream a bit, so will set aside some dedicated viewing time/space when the vod becomes available.
curator’s note: i in fact heard about Duncan way before getting into norns.
indeed, i have professionally worked in the field of data analysis and stumbled upon his work w/ admiration.
it was quite a pleasant surprise for me to encounter him again in the norns ecosystem!
one thing worth mentioning about Duncan is how he has put his skills to use for a good cause: tracking & presenting climate change and how decisions have influence over it.
Really excited to share some of my experiments in this workshop! I’ll show a few things I’ve made, talk a little about what I’ve learnt in the process, and then talk about how you can make your own sonifications - either with the loudnumbers script on Norns, or the Loud Numbers VCV Rack module.
@radioedit , such a fantastic session – i learned tons about sonification techniques, but you also modeled how to approach data with artful curiosity so well! thank you for sharing your background, expertise, and playfulness with us!!
Thanks so much Dan, thanks to everyone who joined, and extra big thanks to @eigen for arranging everything and helping me test the tech! I really enjoyed sharing my process and thoughts on this weird niche of sound-making
The recording should be watchable here:
Head on over to this thread if you’d like to continue the discussion!