The fact that the keyboard shortcut for "Split Selected Objects" in Mellite's timeline editor is Ctrl-Alt-Y is a testimony to my masochism I guess. Or I thought of it when I still used a German QWERTZ layout.

TFW you trace some computer music paper references and end up with "How Funeral Directors Experience Burnout: A Phenomenological Study"

Something weird happened to the high pass filter; I guess it didn't stay in sync with the frequency shifter?

@ruivieira So which cases wouldn't work (require dynamic class loading)? Just when using reflection, or ... ? I guess ScalaCollider should work, but again I haven't tested it...

@ruivieira Is SubstrateVM == GraalVM? I haven't digged into that at all, but I thought you can run more or less any Scala program on GraalVM (?)

Been hacking on a fully modulatable convolution UGen for (2). Seems to be working finally, allowing some funky things like quasi-continuous brickwall frequency filtering using dynamic windowed-sinc kernels 🤓 .

Next I want to try this as anti-aliasing filters for synchronous frequency shifting.

The videos are online; here is my presentation on :

(sadly the "slides" are recorded only as stills so the parts that have short videos are missing, also the demo is a bit difficult to follow without continuous screen capture.)

Making a postcard series for combo xCoAx 2020 / Almat 2020 conference and symposium (they will be available week after next at xCoAx 2019). I split the Almat motif set into two, using different parametrisation of the Neural Gas algorithm to trace my handwriting. I like both qualities, one is perhaps the gothic variant (gloomy like a Murnau), the other is more constructivist.

Status: rendering a series of images for an upcoming postcard. The sequence is - tablet/hand writing -> growing neural gas -> DSP compositing.

We're very happy with our three day workshop result - protoype Study (Nayarí Castillo, Emma Luke, Hanns Holger Rutz) :heart_cybre:

Our Study in the AAL @ is making progress. One of two headsets mostly finished. One more entire day of work. Eventually we want to "cross the wires" of two people.

I'm prepping my kit for an exciting workshop (led by Sissel Marie Tonn and Jonathan Reus) in Bratislava in the runup to the festival on digital art. I'm working with Nayarí on a prototype of an Enantiomorph Study, where two people are cross-wired, exchanging one ear and one eye.

Finally picking up work on a fixed media piece again. The downside with using tools you've written yourself is that maintaining and fixing them easily overshadows the work _with_ them.

@squeakycheetah Sorry, I said polls first, but it's actually projection; don't know the error margin, but seems solid enough to sustain. That's a bit of a symbolic disaster… But of course, there are many good news across the EU landscape as well.

@squeakycheetah right extremists strongest party according to current projection…

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