A run-through of new Tidal 1.1.x features with a jam at the end:
I just registered for ICLC 2019 ! https://www.medialab-prado.es/en/activities/iclc-2019-4-international-conference-live-coding
Up to 99% of my goal to fund a week's tidalcycles dev https://ko-fi.com/G2G6LHVU
That's 165 coffees received, I'm literally buzzing
Going live on the internet for a bit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQoHugbqK7A
I'm now accepting cups of coffee in return for weird music software https://ko-fi.com/G2G6LHVU#
A hastily trimmed version of a demo of upcoming tidalcycles features sent to London Music Hackspace https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MpG1LW54_k
Got tempo patterns working in the new tidal.. will stream a live demo tonight, 7 hours from now https://www.youtube.com/yaxu/live/
the #algorave performance by Ryan, Lucy and Loz using #troop https://github.com/Qirky/Troop was great, they looked like they were having so much fun, I guess because if there's 3 of you making sounds, it's less to stress about trying to keep the flow going.
had a chat with Neil (of praxislive) about it, seems impossible to do that kind of collaborative text editor (with multiple humans changing things at different places in the same file simultaneously) thing with the "whole program compilation" model of both my system clive and his (awesome) amen $ mother function set...
At last I am free, I can hardly see in front of me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-EripMYb8M
My thoughts on how to get things on wikipedia https://slab.org/getting-things-on-wikipedia/
Wow.. I guess Tidal is being used in China then http://youtu.be/jL3jZ0aWWkk
Packed schedule for Yorkshire > Japan trip in a few weeks, + a big show still to add! http://algorave.tokyo/
Finally trying out the new tidal stuff I've been working on the past month.. Working well! Will show it in
Tidal club Sheffield on Thurs https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tidalclub-sheffield-19-tickets-51049471343
In daily life, 10 is a nice number because we generally have fingers+thumbs literally at hand count on. (I'm not sure *why* we have ten of them there but hey)
In computer science, 16 is a nicer number because it's divisible by 8, 4, 2 and 1, for easy bit shifting in calculations.
In textiles, 12 is a nicer number because it's divisible by 6, 4, 3, 2 and 1, allowing a wide range of pattern operations.