I'm asking this question especially to members of the Merveilles community.
I'm curious what some of your goals are? You can answer as broadly as you like, and understand my question to mean, where you think you want to go, where you think things should be going.
Just curious, and I think others are as well.
Louis the cat cries by the counter where I keep his treats, with a full dish of treats right behind him.
So I poured his dish back into the treat container, and made a show of sprinkling some back into his dish. He's happy now.
I guess I need to ration his treats just for the theater of it.
I've take the Perlin noise demo from a few days ago and added FFT for audio from the mic input on Android. Still need to tie the two together but I think it's going to look great. It'll serve no purpose whatsoever but it's a fun project. Used a lib for the FFT and converted the old RXJava implementation to Kotlin Flow with debounce which was a worthwhile bit of learning in itself. #theWorkshop
Someone on the Ardour IRC channel told me "never use the package manager version" which is news to me but in this case seems to be true...
Whew -- downloading Ardour directly from ardour.org resolved these issues so I can keep working. FYI for anyone using Ardour from the arch repositories, if you run into this issue -- installing Ardour directly from ardour.org resolves the issue.
Is anyone else experiencing this? I have a session now where dragging a region to a new track creates a ghost region I can't move. Moving other regions along the same track does a similar thing, the ghost covers the region and a new ghost gets created. Resizing the track draws another ghost region slightly askew. Restarting #ardour (and the computer itself) has no effect... I'm on version 6.3.0 rev 6.3 which is the latest version in the arch repos right now...
Testing some different sonification approaches for my crappy UPIC #theWorkshop
@sir oooor better yet, try to support artists more directly and do away with the greedy suits in the middle. take advantage of things like bandcamp fridays where 100% of proceeds go to artists. reject mass-produced music that was literally designed by a committee in artificial environments to be as inoffensive as possible while maximizing cheap dopamine hits (all for profit of course).
interesting artist talk next week that you may be interested in
Artists Kelly Heaton and Johann Diedrick will talk about their collaborative project, “Deep Fake Birdsong” (2020), in which they explore the expressiveness of analog electronics to generate waveforms that sound surprisingly like real birds.
Vibration enthusiast. All hertz welcome.
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.