So this is my first experience with nannou. And also a little homage to Ryoji Ikeda's artworks.

Three weeks ago I started to learn Rust for work and I was surprised when find a nannou - young but powerfull creative coding framework in Rust. Cool when you can combine work and hobby tools.

No, you don't need to learn modern C++ to do audio programming. You don't even need C++. Most audio DSP code is just arithmetic with the occasional trig function. I've gotten by all these years using nothing but conventional C, most of it conforming to standard ANSI C.

No, you don't need to learn JUCE to do audio programming. It's a massive complexity to deal with that makes the wrong things easier to do.

If you *need* stuff to work in a DAW, just pick one specific architecture format to study, preferably an open source one like VST3 or LV2. If you're not interested in building graphical UIs, LADSPA is the simplest one I've come across.

Otherwise, if you *need* stuff to work in real-time, consider building something like a native PD/SC plugin. Those environments are more extendable than conventional DAWs. They also tend to be simpler plugin formats.

But really, you should just cut out realtime/plugins and do offline processing with audio files. Less code, easier to understand, and easier to debug.

If you have an account on you can follow and interact (💙 and comment) in artists' and labels' communities (this was possible through :bandcamp: app only, but is now possible also via web)

I've updated cl-fasta-notes and add wiki to project.

Main changes:
- exported file name contains sequence start and end
- filenames now normalizing and safe (no more unsupported symbols)
- fix printing messages to repl

Introducing Inkscape 1.0! After a little over three years in development, we're excited to launch this long-awaited version for Windows and Linux (and the macOS preview) Watch the release video ( and download it here:

Note: If the download link doesn't work, check back a little later. The files are being propagated across our CDN.

Finaly i make next release of cl-fasta-notes library — a lisp package for converting dna data to SuperCollider patterns.

"healthy, ad-supported web" — how to tell the article was written by Google.

No, Google, ad-supported web is not "healthy", and there is no such thing as "good ads". You're privatizing the web and are trying to normalize this disgusting effort with these dead-pan statements. As if nobody remembers what the web was before you decided to make a market out of it.

This is what I use to listen to music every single day, it's light, resistant, repairable, standard, carries 64GB of music and will play music for nearly 100 hours.

I paid 16$ for it.

Sorry, yesterday's upload was borked - here's the full 20 minutes of ambient/chillout/dnb:
#music #unfa

Important update for KX Studio users!

The package `zynaddsubfx-git` in the KX Studio repositories has replaced the old `zynaddsubfx` package - which now comes with the new Zyn-Fusion interface.

So if you install `zynaddsubfx` - you'll get ZynFusion :)


#unfa #ZynFusion #ZynAddSubFX #KXStudio

@luka Is it possible to run on Android device? Even for non realtime synthesis.

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