Hello Lurkers, it’s time for a brief #introduction. I am raphaël, born in montpellier, studied art in brussels, living in paris. I usually write small systems with code or physical objects, that eventually become instruments, tools, or less functional things. I love cooking without cookbooks and I usually write code the same way. I am a free software user and enthusiast. I teach art and design in various schools and during workshops. I am part of @velvetyne and prepostprint.org. I am currently (04/2021) focused on #sound and #CSS as a #livecoding language, and I still maintain lots of tiny tools that I should list somewhere at some point. Procrastination is part of my creative process and I kind of handle it now. I have a post-punk band called zone and a debian computer called jardin.
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I am thinking about implementing silence sculpting in my current sound project: the main idea is to create a silence instrument that turn off all or a part of other instruments involved in the musical composition, exactly when it is triggered. I guess it has to affect individual gains, but I am afraid it will be paradoxically resource demanding.
Wait, is DOM the short for DOMINIC???
I use that website a lot those days, to understand how web audio works. It is great in addition with mdn docs because it has lots of cool examples https://netart.rocks/notes/web-audio/
Rad webdesign is good webdesign
Dangerous recursive tooting
Lost in audio hardware land
I need to change my living room sound system, and I am completely lost. Amp / preamp / speakers / connections… Any safe combo for various inputs: cassette player, turntable, CD player, jack input… ? I suspect my question really depends on my current hardware, but it’s all 2nd hand right now, and might change at some point.
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