The added bonus is that I can record each track individually while jamming, so I can record effect automation live, but process each bus post-fact.
I'm foregoing syncing the midi clock because it's a pain. So my constraint is that I can't use any time-based effects (like delay) in Ableton, but luckily I can replicate those easily with pattern manipulation in Tidal.
The built-in processing affects of SuperDirt are subpar. The reverb will randomly cut for weird reasons.
I was experimenting with TidalMidi to simply trigger samples in Ableton, but this removes some of the live-coding creativity, since the only thing being done in tidal is impulse patterns.
This is a @somnius appreciation thread! 🐯
Damn it. Awake very late again. :cry:
I'm starting to obsess over tidal. I get an idea stuck in my head and I need to play with it for hours.
Want some chords with ambience on top? Super long attack? Reverbed to hell? This entire setup is from a single piano sample.
Maybe more of a gray pattern. Trying to lure you back in.
twitter.com now redirects to twitter.com/explore. Before, the homepage was simply a login form. Now it shows you what's trending.
Seems like a small change, but my suspicion is that they've noticed a lot of people logging out to avoid pandemic news over-stimulation.
UI dark pattern?
For your eyeballs: The Cozy Wizard
My big question about this one is... will I go back and dither some more? #mastoart
I'm excited to jam with y'all in April :)
#tidalcycles cutting tracks
dorian mode meditation
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