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I have this theory about 'growing an album'.

You build it up song-by-song, month-by-month, you replace some songs, add others, remix others, build out an album over the months and years live in front of people on all the platforms.

Until you feel it's done.

Any of your fans and followers have a full album and those that follow properly get rewarded with a bunch of other tracks as well.

Everybody happy. Thoughts?

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I'm in the process of thinking about making and releasing a new album.

I am considering breaking it all down and writing / documenting about how I do each section as:

(a) some sort of tool / checklist for then I do it again,
(b) as a resource for other people,
(c) as a way of creating a snapshot of a moment,
(d) working out how I can improve on what I can do better next time

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Idea:

Build digital and analogue instruments to record an album and then giving all the stems and source files away for free so people can remix.

And then repeat it.

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Idea:

use to design an interface linking to and using and projection map live music and animations onto buildings around Europe.

Or something.

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I mean I make music. But I like coding. I contain multitudes.

Going dark for a bit. See you the other side of Christmas. X

It’s here and it works. That’s all I’m gonna do now. Really limit myself to the instruments and make weird noises. Maybe get myself a field recorder and work it from there.

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Waiting in on a new MIDI keyboard so I can make the studio go MOBILE!!!

Means I can go and sit in woods to make music.

What are your favourite clever radio stations for contemporary music, that isn't pretty or _numb and dumb_, but curious and fearless? Please add to the list.

Mine are

SF Sound
sfsound.org/radio.html
LYL radio
lyl.live/
WFMU (sometimes)
wfmu.org/
Cashmere Radio
cashmereradio.com/
Radio Mulot / Field Mice fieldmice.free.fr/mulot2.htm

#clever #radio #fediradio #fearless #contemporary #radiomulot #sfsound #lylradio #wfmu #cashmereradio

Alright my breadboard project reached a milestone - I programmed a high quality digital delay for my DIY Buchla and it works!

#theWorkshop

vimeo.com/658180406

Take a few minutes to do something just because it makes you happy.

There isn't a single use case for nfts that can't be done with a standard database

Sublime text loads SO FAST. IT's my unformatted copy/paste device.

Soundux is an open-source, cross-platform soundboard for playing sounds on livestreams, video calls and maybe on theather plays if you're doing something simple :)
soundux.rocks/
You can assign global hotkeys to trigger specific sounds, as well as make your computer keyboard work like a launchpad.
#Audio #Sound #Linux #FOSS #OpenSource #Libre #FreeSoftware #Soundux

This is a prototype from Facebook’s (now abandoned) plans to read your mind.

Now do you understand what I mean when I say the business model of Silicon Valley is to farm you like livestock for your data? And that data about you – if you have enough of it and the right algorithms – IS you?

Now do you understand why we need a Universal Declaration of Cyborg Rights?

cyborgrights.eu

#cyborgRights #humanRights

Bloody hell, the #bitcoin crowd have discovered my latest privacy post. So listen up: a billion identical copies of a database isn’t decentralisation. It isn’t a prerequisite for privacy. And if it destroys our habitat, it’s a crime against humanity. You can show yourselves out.

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I have this theory about 'growing an album'.

You build it up song-by-song, month-by-month, you replace some songs, add others, remix others, build out an album over the months and years live in front of people on all the platforms.

Until you feel it's done.

Any of your fans and followers have a full album and those that follow properly get rewarded with a bunch of other tracks as well.

Everybody happy. Thoughts?

Blown Away. 2019
Two friends sail across the world to record music with artists in over 30 countries. #theCinema
youtube.com/watch?v=OqTxvSYXeL

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