Hi, I'm Paul. I'm a computer musician and researcher, currently thinking about lyricism what it means for a computer to sing. I explore quirky vocal synthesis DSP algorithms and try to control them in interesting ways.
As a musician-turned-programmer, one of the things I try to do is build resources for topics related to audio programming and DSP that I wish I had when I was starting out. My aim is to empower digital musicians to "dig in" more and craft their own toys and tools for their work.
I also bake a lot. Expect many pictures of bread and croissants here, among other things.
A brief guide to me:
I "organize" many projects and ideas on my personal wiki:
I talk about what I'm currently working on in my "now" page:
I keep a list of projects I've done:
I use "metapages" to better organize thoughts and wiki pages:
For more research-y stuff, I maintain a zettelkasten-wiki that functions as a knowledge base:
A fediverse community for discussions around cultural freedom, experimental, new media art, net and computational culture, and things like that.