Spent a good hour debugging a module and the solution was to just plug it in to another part of the case.

Looks like Native Instruments stuff can work on Linux through . Native Access does some weird stuff in WINE though. The downloader always fails, but you can work around it by finding the link in a tmp file, downloading the ISO, and mounting it manually to install. Authentication and DRM does not seem to have any issues.

Enjoying the lines community stream on this quiet end to 2020. twitch.tv/lines_community

Trying out some generative MIDI ideas.

There may not be MAX/MSP support on Linux, but Loomer Architect can do quite a lot without overloading the DSP.

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You can produce "content" for yourself, and just for yourself (and friends and family), without having to "productize" it or make it "scale."

This even goes for software you write.

Hi, I'm setting up this account to talk about culture, computers, and art.

I spend most of my energy as a grad student studying online communities, but I also like spend time hacking on creative projects (music tech interests: modular synths, SuperCollider, BitWig, MPE).

Fun fact: I wrote a senior thesis on livecoding culture.


Welcome to post.lurk.org, an instance for discussions around cultural freedom, experimental, new media art, net and computational culture, and things like that.