did some livecoding and recorded the session - it's for Creative Coding Utrecht and their series on 'Behind The Screens'


:peertube: diode.zone/videos/watch/41cee3

worked on some code in emacs Workspace temporary buffer for quite some time, left to the kitchen for a snack when I came back the machine was frozen. lost the work. this buffer is not backed up :blobpats:

a scifi story unraveling in the SC's post window while the beats hammer away

I want to explore the textual narrative possibilities of post window

So it seems like I will be releasing a short open-source EP by the end of the month and have given my patrons an early access to one of the tracks.

Become my patron on if you'd like to hear it now and support libre and open source music.


(I'm also planning to launch Bandcamp subscriptions soon if you'd prefer that)

arrived. notified my fellow modular synth obsessive musician friend who I will collaborate with on this. i plan to write series of patches for it and experiment and see what works or not. i will slap my name on it at the end. maybe just metaphorically. most probably will publish code for others to use if they want. really looking forward to this. i already plugged it into USB on a laptop and it worked out of the box - i just opened http://bela.local and had web IDE.

Wanted to work with buffers. Had something in my mind, a sample slicer, that would chop little snippets from a voice recording and process that in a certain way.

Quite happy how this turned out.

:sccube: source: git.tmp.si/luka/SuperCollider-

:peertube: diode.zone/videos/watch/4804c4


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i just realised that one if more amazing aspects of yesterday's gig was that I was sending audio from my on my laptop without a soundcard via wired LAN network through directly to a server running on streaming box where it went into OBS via jack sound input device. it was totally simple to setup. the machines self-discover.

# main machine with a running jackd:
$ jack_load netmanager

# client machine
$ jackd -d net

(CW: they use the m/s terminology)

Tomorrow evening I'm doing a special online event - with our team we'll adapt my audio-visual lecture "JITAKAMI v.2018" for . Please come by. Sunday, 28.02 @ 20:00CET. Ticket costs 5€, but if you cannot afford it, please DM me or info@emanat.si two hours before the performance AT THE LATEST, please.

ℹ️ emanat.si/en/production/luka-p

🎟️ tix.emanat.si

🎦 diode.zone/search?search=jitak

(feel free to boost this toot)

I wish I would be better at elisp hacking and improve scel

"The strength and weakness of language is that everything is possible at the cost of building the appropriate abstractions. The pattern system is incredibely powerful but also very verbose because it tries to be as objective and unopiniated as possible."


// better location for files

// create a recorder so we can configure it:
r = Recorder.new(s);

// aiff is not playable on Linux.
// flac is lossless but playable by browsers!

// flac supports only 16 and 24bits

// make the files even more obvious

// eval this when ready to record

// stop the recording


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in :sccube: the recording process seems sometimes confusing. here are few options to make it easier.


suddenly realized that a bootable live Linux with environment & included musicbcomposition could actually be text-only, no graphical wm, just text terminal where things start to 'play' automatically...

I wonder if Nidra trilogy release/s from Jonathan Liljedahl was produced with or rather setup. it actually sounds a little more like the latter. Any ideas from my fellow musicians/listeners?

Nidra Alpha from Jonatan Liljedahl

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