Everything's all right. Everything's all right. It's OK. It's fine.
I've been writing up the notes + my own thoughts from the discussion at the Visualists Meetup that happened at ICLC in 2019 about making a checklist for organisers of Algoraves visualists.
Would be great to have input from other performers as well. ttps://github.com/hellocatfood/algorave-checklist
Stopped posting them one-by-one, but still managing a Jamuary jam each day
Happy to have contributed to this article by Kristina Andersen, Ron Wakkary and Laura Devendorf, on creative collaborations with machines
Friendly reminder about free software. It’s not free as in free beer, nor free as in free speech (urgh), but free as in free toilet: it’s our collective responsibility to keep it clean and working.
In the mood to 3d print @tidalcycles patterns as time spirals
If I quit listening to music by everybody who's cancelled, all I'd have left is algorave, probably? Maybe that's ok?
(If #algorave is cancelled, please let me know.)
In case you're wondering what a 'megatron' is - https://www.28dayslater.co.uk/threads/megatron-sheffield-south-yorks-may-2018.113336/
SuperDirt v1.2.2 is up as well now! https://github.com/musikinformatik/SuperDirt/releases/tag/v1.1.2
Live coding, tidalcycles, algorave, weaving, cats
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