I'm a computer musician making:
⇒ various forms of electro-funk and bass #music
⇒ ambiental drone, noise and sonic experiments
⇒ expanded cinema & #video projects
sonomu.club: Sound Noise Music mastodon instance.
We welcome active musicians, songwriters, algorave livecoders, digital signal processing hackers, bedroom producers, writers of choral music, under-the-radar music selectors, exotic instrument explorers...
We'd like to stay easy and modest in numbers, hope for a quality local timeline and network with high S/N ratio.
Read our CoC first
then get in touch if you're interested joining our club.
Autre petite suggestion musicale, plutôt chill, que je viens de retrouver dans mes dossiers et chargé sur mon téléphone :>
When trying out headphones, this is my new favorite song for testing bass response and handling of a busy mix. If I start grinning around 1:30, the phones can't be so bad.
I assume somebody has already posted these here, and I might have seen and bosted the first link here before, but I just got these from a friend and it won't hurt to do it again.
Pt 1 This Way Out: A Guide To Starting A Worker Cooperative
Part 2 This Way Out: A Guide To Starting A Worker Cooperative
Pls check out the playlist for the Intergalactic Wasabi Mix live earlier on http://aNONradio.net !
you can listen to the audio recording of the show from the archives below!
Thank you again for tuning in and for joining the chat on 'com' and IRC! I will be back tomorrow at 01:00 UTC/9PM EDT!
The older A500 works at least, though only having Workbench 1.3 and 1MB RAM is painful. I played a bit with OctaMED Pro v4 from a magazine coverdisk. Can't seem to find its tracker hex command reference online. I should dig out my OctaMED Sound Studio CD-ROM to find the guide.
Also played some games: The Chaos Engine (Bitmap Brothers) (boxed with manual), Project X (Team 17), Rainbow Islands (Taito), Zeewolf (Binary Asylum) (boxed with manual), and seeing it is the season a little Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker (Virgin Games) (with manual from a Beau Jolly 3-game compilation).
Didn't get very far in any of them though. At least in the snooker I can blame a glitch - a ball was floating in mid air outside the table, completely impossible to hit. And it was my shot and I had to hit it, it was the last red...
heyo #music makers, I need suggestions on any good free music programs that are pretty easy to use. Need it for a game.
Here's my band's new single, After The Wreck!
Pls boost and give it a listen, much love to you all <3
somebody from monsterpit.net that runs a modified glitch-soc mastodon fork sent me how audio uploads look like there.
it's not visible like that on other instances - just a link to an attachment, but on the web and on that particular instance it looks like this.
TFW the simplest task feels like running the Ironman with clutches Show more
I feel like today I would do just very manual, physical things. Like digging a hole in the garden to setup drying the clothes system. Perhaps even cleaning the house, but maybe more cooking. Or drawing a plan for outdoor stone table. Or doodling mindlessly in the journal. Or just reading a novel on the sun in the garden.
I must say I'm happy with my decision to shut down #Smusi even though it was hard. Running it felt like a burden to me. It had really strayed too far from what I had in mind. It's nice to be an ordinary "user" again thanks to @luka 😎
Now I can focus on posting stuff again which I still enjoy... happy easter everbody!
Ffmpeg Android geekery Show more
The recording and video was made on an android phone. I used default sound recorder that produced quiet m4a file. I then used Ffmpeg Media Encoder app with two passes - 1) to normalize audio with -filter:a loudnorm which produced a new m4a file
2) -lavfi showcqt=s=hd480:text=0 and -c:a copy to copy audio into an mp4 which included spectrum analysis visualisation
Enjoying strong spring sun, green garden...
There's quite some wind.
The 'mobile' keeps kling-clanging,
birds are happy, possibly mating.
And a lovely sound of nearby motorway.
“To hip-hop. Thank you for being my voice, for giving me a voice, and for showing me myself … I’ve seen what you are capable of -- you can, you will, and you have changed the world. I’ll never give up on you. I’ll always have your back. Keep sparking brains and making noise.”
-- from On The Come Up, by Angie Thomas, in Acknowledgements
Dark funk, experimental media & abstract stories.
SoNoMu = Sound Noise Music. We are invite-only instance for musicians, sound-artists, producers of any kind of aural noise, songwriters, bedroom producers, sonic manglers and algorave livecoders. More about us....