@neauoire Yeah it's not that much, when I flew to the UK last month I paid 1 euro extra for carbon neutral flying.

As much as I hate the Qt licensing and the way they require you to preprocess your C++ files, It seems a lot better than building an electron App imo. Startup times and file sizes are significantly lower

Got back from the UK yesterday and spent some time working on converting some framework stuff from visual studio to cmake. I hate how cluttered and messy a lot of C++ projects feel so writing some cmake files to make all my future projects cleaner is really worth it and surprisingly painless thus far

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@Lutrinus probably could get a cheap midi controller and traktor. I haven't bought any in a while but when I started I bought a cheap second hand numark mixtrack. As long as it has two jog wheels, a crossfader, some band eq and seperate volume channels it should be enough for learning

i've not nearly been as productive as I'd want to be recently, going to try my hardest to improve on that and hopefully get some stuff with screenshots soon

@dfr nope, not that i could find, unfortunately.

@dfr I'm sad that the windows version doesn't have it yet, it looks really satisfying.

@neauoire I love the style on all of these. You get surprisingly detailed with just two colours

@dfr "Add audio player in web UI" 👀 👀 niceee

It took some time but i've finally managed to build a site with webpack + emscripten with support for std::thread

It's thanks to this mastodon instance i learned about scrollbar-color and scrollbar-width css properties that change the scrollbar in firefox. My life has been changed 😍

I keep coming back to this song this week. youtube.com/watch?v=U5VTEFSRp5 . I really want to make something like this but more electronic at some point, guess we'll see a WIP at some point.

I've been doing ear training for music for a bit now and it's encouraging to listen to songs and recognize more progressions/melodies.

@stephen That'd be interesting, but i'm honestly not sure how well it'd work. It doesn't take every transaction into account because of the massive amount of transactions that happen. I'm not sure if there's a way to make it predictable (at least not without rewriting the way it handles input data).

I'm aware audio and video are desynced, couldn't find a way to sync it up properly unfortunately. It runs in a webpage though, which is sync.

It's just a little idea I had, taking cryptocurrency or stock transactions and using them as a basis for generative music.


I'm a (for now) hobby programmer and musician, studying music production but somehow ended up focussing my studies more on DSP and creative programming.

I also make music under the name kitsun (kitsun.co/)


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