[microsound] On impossibility of linux
mis at artengine.ca
Fri Apr 15 09:50:12 EDT 2011
Beautiful. Did you know about these projects
Could be a nice addition to your code, which I intend to dissect in the near
On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 1:31 AM, Renato Fabbri <renato.fabbri at gmail.com>wrote:
> install numpy
> $ python this_file_in_the_link_below.py
> ((( http://pastie.org/1751041 )))
> hear something just with the minimum of structure:
> some duration, volume, timber, pitch, temporal localization,
> and spatial localization for each 'thing', 'note' or 'event', minimum
> particle, atom.
> and play the output: sequencia.wav
> something like 'minimum-fi.py'. (does the term exist already?)
> mess with the numbers in it and make music. When you
> understand something in the code, mess with some structures and
> do more music.
> i think windows and mac-related practices lack
> this kind of natural thinking (or materialization of ideas). Maybe in just
> the same way as linux sometimes lacks some UI stuff for utilities...
> ps. you can do granular synthesis and spectral music with that script.
> Imagine the rest that is pure direct consequence..
> 2011/4/14 Michal Seta <mis at artengine.ca>:
> > On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 6:49 PM, Joost van der Molen <joostvdm at gmail.com
> > wrote:
> >> Or use the free ffmpeg for OS X ;)
> > I tried to use it, actually. I got stuck in some strange loop of
> > with fink/MacOS and the only version I could install was the GUI version
> > which was far from intuitive (IIRC). I ended up transcoding on Linux. I
> > sure that a MacOS geek would have figured it out in no time but this is
> > show you how important is acquired knowledge, whether we are aware of it
> > not.
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