ok i figured out a way to import audio files. i'm using "Brian's sound tool" to convert 11kHz WAV files to classic mac format.
- get the converter here: https://www.partnersinrhyme.com/mac/convert.shtml
- to install it you'll need ImportFl and Stuffit Expander:
- then use ImportFl to import a WAV file and Brian's sound tool to convert it
Maybe not the best method, but it's interesting to see that drawing directly into Hypercard works with Sidecar #hyperjam
I've been away from checking in on Merveilles feed for a while. I'm glad to hear about #hyperjam before it's over!
This kind of attention to detail in physical interfaces is right up my alley. Especially since I'm inspired by my father, who restores the kind of boat anchor radio transmitters (that this is reflecting) as a hobby. I grew up with dials like this.
I don't need a weird clock, but I'm soaking up the build details. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/limaflo/the-1947-t-mk1-time-accumulator-desktop-or-table-clock
The project for the class was to make a scribe with a threaded cap. Pretty excited about my new skills.
@tendigits I know that feeling; it’s important to remember that while we should care about the state of the world and work to better it, we’re not obligated to feel bad for it.
Nor should we feel guilty for being happy in the midst of the world’s problems.
I'm quite impressed with this dithering tool. https://ditherit.com Lots of options, and very clear reporting of file size savings (or not).
Users of Micro editor, who are on Mac:
Here's a quick action workflow to pop open files in Micro from Mac Finder. I'm using it through iTerm, but regular terminal works too.
With this installed, I can CTRL+Click any text file and choose "Micro" from the menu to open it up. It's a bit quicker than the Micro tree feature for large directories.
My friend Kevin art directed this amazing data->music->visual exploration. Just stunning way to turn data into art. Details about the project here: https://blog.postmates.com/audiorders-the-sonification-of-on-demand-trends-9933abbfa5e4
Very early days. I've decided to not even wait until I've figured out the site content structure before posting it. I'll keep it raw and simple and fill it out along the way. https://tendigits.space/
Swimming in the spaces between creative/tech.
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