Hello all! I'm a computer musician and composer based in the US.
I created an open source python system for computer music composition called Pippi -- which is complemented by an interactive system for performance called Astrid.
At least there's always Terre <3
Great article on linux tools for making music, particularly microtonal music https://sevish.com/2019/how-to-make-microtonal-music-on-linux/
The reverberation of the room is really present too... I mean I guess this all makes sense but I'm just getting my land legs for thinking in terms of ultrasound...
There's this whole section at the end of the third recording I made that sounds like a sort of otherworldly creaking wood. It's pitched down 8x normal but sounds like someone walking through a room. I wish I could remember what I was actually doing here... should take better notes next time.
I'm so used to seeking out interesting worlds in the EM range with induction mic field recording I'm a bit surprised so far at these ultrasound recordings. Most of the things I thought would sound interesting are basically silent, and there are many weird ghostly things I can't pin the source of down...
It is fast, it is easy to understand, it makes me feel happy.
CW: loud noise, flashing images
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