Heya Merveilles !
I just released my first "music" EP (album?) on Bandcamp: https://gentil.bandcamp.com/album/solitons-11910s
It's a selection of tracks based on recordings from a century ago.
If you like #experimental #electronic, #noise, #drone or #ambient, you might enjoy (parts of) it!
It's #CreativeCommons -licensed, and pay-as-you-feel + all proceeds go to the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. ✊ 🌈
Boosts appreciated 💚
I'm getting a decent grasp of lisp. I've moved on to the Land of Lisp book which is more fun to work with.
After a few chapters when I get better at lisp I hope to start on a project I've been outlining regarding plants and gardening, it may be too ambitious but that's no reason not to try since I've plenty of time
I'm thinking that in the next coming days/weeks I may start moving my secondary machine over to KDE Manjaro since I like KDE. I just have to find an alternative for Affinity Designer since that's the last bit of proprietary software I can't seem to find a viable alternative for, at least for large-scale projects (100+ artboards).
Yet another album on Bandcamp out today:
Feels nice to finally have it out there rather than just sitting on a HDD somewhere. It's nothing special, just music from a couple years back that I never got to release.
Happy Birthday @neauoire
New Album Out:
Material Tapes Vol.1
All (home-)work and no play?
GOG got you covered with a load of free games:
Heads up! All of the textbooks on Cambridge Core are open access until the end of May: https://www.cambridge.org/core/what-we-publish/textbooks
I've been playing some Dwarf Fortress Adventure mode while out and about this week and I'm just loving how simple yet complex it is and where there is to do in the game.
Playing the main mode is fun but at times can be stressful managing so many things while Adventure is just you and the world.
Here's that list of books to download that I had promised. I got together all the PDF books on my computer atm to share so others can have something to read and not be bored.
Be safe out there
Musicians algorithmically generate every possible melody and release them to public domain:
"To determine the finite nature of melodies, Riehl and Rubin developed an algorithm that recorded every possible 8-note, 12-beat melody combo. This used the same basic tactic some hackers use to guess passwords: Churning through every possible combination of notes until none remained. Riehl says this algorithm works at a rate of 300,000 melodies per second."
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