Morning generative jam. Orca x Renoise.
This is a really simple patch that controls 10 randomized drum loops and two instances of Massive. In Renoise I have a bunch of LFOs set-up that modify filter, bit crush, and delay. It's rough in parts but I could zone out for several hours playing around with the foundation of this one.
"A Concealed Diversion"
Another looping scene set to generative audio from Pure Data.
The rotating texture outside of the window is a partly translucent plane with a BRIGHT light shining through. Backlit projection. Makes the scene feel a bit like an old movie set in my opinion.
This song is an Experience on headphones.
This track is so damn good.
This comp has some heavy techno jams. Turn it uuuuuup.
Anybody have good resources/guides on tech security practices (esp in activist circles)? Was searching CrimethInc for more modern articles but I'm not seeing much. If not, tell me your favorite tools/practices so I can compile the info into something more tangible. So many people still talk about sensitive things on Facebook, Discord, etc.
"Right now, all of the places we can assemble on the web in any kind of numbers are privately owned. And privately-owned public spaces aren’t real public spaces. They don’t allow for the play and the chaos and the creativity and brilliance that only arise in spaces that don’t exist purely to generate profit. And they’re susceptible to being gradually gaslighted by the companies that own them."
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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.