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I'm a sound and digital artist, interested in installation and intermedia, improvisation and electronic/electroacoustic music. I develop a bunch of open source software.

I keep only one account, so the toots are a mix of sound/art focused things, random thoughts, and few rants (CW'd, and you don't need to share my opinion). I'm friendly/respectful 🍍 + aim to keep an open mind.

Account is locked (allow time to review), because I don't want bots and nazis to follow me. Thx 🌈

"For those who wonder what 36.15 is: … in France it's like a "teletext" or "internet/bbs" function back in the 80's/early 90's. Basically you type in 36.15 and then a "name/word" (e.g. 36.15 CINEMA) and you can find info. Sort of like an electronic yellow pages server." πŸ†—

v2.45.0 is published. I have been mainly working on the Control/Act languages, as I implement two new installations with them, finding problems and missing bits.

Thinking of making another video or text tutorial soon. Any ideas or topics that I should cover?

Determining regions in rendered sounds based on loudness contour (lots of FScape debugging as a "fun" side activity)

tired: ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException
wired: ArtificialIntelligenceOutOfBodyExperience

Some advances in developing the sound installation 'Through Segments' with a layer running on a Pi 4.

Definitely slower than on the laptop, but no real issues so far. Few xruns with binaural simulation and no jack params adjusted yet, so I'm fairly optimistic.

Have to run for long time to see if there are any memory leaks or such.

Is there a way to get _two_ independent analog video signals out of a single Pi (3B, 3B+ or 4B)? Or do I need to network two machines for that? Or is a simple way to convert one full HD HDMI signal to two adjacent analog video signals (PAL) ?

(Master Module in Art Science Technology) has published a series of podcasts with artists and scholars:

Oliver Baurhenn, Manuel Beltran, Jenny Brockmann, Chris Csikszentmihalyi, Dieter Daniels, Marco Donnaruma, Cristina Fiordimela, Maya Indira Ganesh, Kyriaki Goni, Freddy Paul Gruenert, Jekatarina, Janez Leban, Sanja Leban, Pauline Miko, Nahum Romero, Tiara Roxanne, Hanns Holger Rutz, Theresa Schubert, Robertina Sebjanic, Alois Yang

In 2011, I was pencilling around to understand how confluently persistent data structures work.

now we are
because it solves something.
the boundary of bridging
runs alongside us and
the objects that we
take in possession. if
I envelop an orb or a
box, it belongs
to me, passes over
into my spacetime,
becomes transparent with me
against those who "stay on".

"Sorting" resonances by creating a complete graph with edges weights of Pearson correlation coefficients from spectral magnitudes, and applying a TSP algorithm (Lin-Kernighan, simply version without backtracking). Yields an interesting "endless walk".

'An Evening of (and about) Electronic Music'

Wed Feb 05, 18:00h, Colegio dos Jesuitas, Funchal PT.

Pauline MIKO (aka PLUIES)
Hanns Holger RUTZ

Join three artists crossing between the borders of sound, music, installation, performance, and visual art as they discuss their own practice and the state of electronic music in Europe and the world.

Free and open to the public. For more information contact: admin <at>

Extended deadline: 16 February 2020 πŸ‘Ύ

Get ready for the adjoining - Algorithms that Matter Symposium 2020 / 2020, with calls for contributions

- Almat 2020:
- xCoAx 2020:

… it also means you can re-use the same stream multiple times, say on multiple objects in a timeline, or multiple restarts of a proc, and it will keep going where it was left. Or use it concurrently between processes. I think this expressivity was prior only available in SuperCollider patterns.

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Working on adding a `Stream` object to Mellite.

Unlike `Pattern` which is an immutable program yielding a stream in memory, now you can create streams that maintain their state in the workspace. E.g., you can have counters or random walks or more complex programs that always resume where you left them. Think of a `drunk` object in Pd/Max, only that if you open your patcher again, it resumes from its last position. I think it will be a very interesting composition element for installations.

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