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Hi! I'm a french music enthusiast, splitting days and nights between Sys/Net/Cloud/DevOps and electronic music production.

Dreaming of static noise glitching on dusty CRT screens in obscure warehouses, with heavy breakbeats.

If you're near Paris and you're into IDM, Chiptunes, Indus, Post Punk, Noise, Experimental, Jazz or Musique concrète, we may have already met!

I've been producing random stuff since 2010, but am trying to focus on Modular Synth and IDM right now.

Open-minded -T :)

Hey! Little help needed here:
I'd like to build a small website to expose my music/visual/tech projects.

I'm so far away from web dev atm I don't even know the best stuff to use. (Back in the days I was making websites there was no framework nor scss, later I played a little with bootstrap.js/jekyll/hugo and that's all...)

I want something small, lightweight, simple and a bit responsive. Something like this: cass.si/

Would you recommend specific template engine/frameworks?

On Friday we are releasing a new EP by Shekuza, whose last year's album we sold out (and actually reprinted for a B series) and today we have published a fresh video for the title track! Enjoy!

:cc_cc: :cc_by: :cc_sa:

youtu.be/3VoipG89wgQ

#kamizdat #netaudio #netlabel #slovenia #CreativeCommons

I'm looking for bass/footwork DJs and artists on the fediverse, can y'all help me by reposting?

Anyone have a favorite net label that puts out left field electronic stuff? Close to finished with an album of generative music (glitch/ambient) and want to do a little more for release than a quiet drop on my Bandcamp page.

We are doing a AMA session on Reddit with my colleagues at Radio France, feel free to ask anything! (Sorry, french only it's on /r/france)

reddit.com/r/france/comments/f

Quarantine thoughts 

Everybody is producing stuff out there using the shutdown as an opportunity to share, and I can't even find the motivation to launch supercollider, ableton nor the modular...

Still waiting for the next productivity wave ~~

I don't even know how I came by this, but this is the most beautiful and well produced EP I've heard in a long time...

공중도둑 - 무너지기
Mid-Air Thief - Crumbling
midairthief.bandcamp.com/album

Got only one track saved in a buffer, I've just discovered the rest of the EP today

Aaaannnd a last one, and I leave you alone: back to Industrial music

Wulfband - Revolter
wulfband.bandcamp.com/album/re

OK, so 3 days ago I discovered Maman Küsters.

It's a duo coming from Brest, with Gaël Loison (Touellskouarn / Dale Cooper Quartet), Cyril Pansal. There's also a track with Julia Bondar (endorphin.es)

"A bridge between DAF and Alain Bashung"

It's. So. Damn. Good.

musicfromthemasses.bandcamp.co

Found one problem though:
I didn't manage to use optical interfaces in S/PDIF mode (you can configure this in the driver interface instead of ADAT mode).

Followed exactly the documentation, nothing is happening, it feels like it's not even using the right data link layer protocol...

I don't know how I can prove this, it would be so much easier if it was a simple network interface where I could drop a tcpdump.

I had to rewire my flat with coax instead of toslink. It works now, but I'm angery

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OK so this is day 3 using my new audio interface (Scarlett 18i20).

I've spent half of my life using an Edirol UA-101 (bought back in 2006). It still works and did a proper job, but I wanted DC-coupled outputs, or at least ADAT interfaces so I could use an ES-8 or something similar for my modular.

This is a shock: not a single xrun even with small buffer size on huge Ableton projects (wtf!!), good preamps, stable driver/routing configuration...

Why did I wait so long? This is game changing...

Can't stop listening to Tim Hecker and Mondkopf those days

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