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  1. 2012 was a great time to buy bitcoin! I wish I did that early Lol. Ultra.io is based on EOS iirc, but this is not about any platform, it is about digital or virtual assets, it can be an item in the game, or a creative idea, a sample you made or a piece of melody and so on. I agree with that a lot of projects are scams or money laundering plans, but there are some legit DAO/communities, I mean if we utilize these new tech well we may make the community more self-sustainable, at least WATMM probably won't need to ask members to donate.
  2. So I have been following crypto for a while, and just curious about how many people here are familiar with cryptocurrency like bitcoin and ethereum. The crypto art (programmable art NFT) market is gaining momentum right now, and to the music, I first think of this community for its open mind and creativity, so if there is a means to help home-producers/labels/gear collectors/fans to showcase their work or tokenize your collection or creativity and at the same time you can earn some cryptocurrencies, will you be interested?
  3. take a look at ITVL, it is Max based, provides some generative features but still in the form of a step sequencer, great for generating/manipulating AE style melodies.
  4. So, I have been working on a midi "If this then that" for a while, I will probably make it a standalone app like ITVL, it is everywhere in my max system for both controlling other modules and generating midi. This is a track I did using this method plus ITVL style sequencing two years ago, 90% are generated, this is direct output from max, the time stretch at the end was added in DAW. [sc5]158417607[/sc5]
  5. I recommend Max/Msp, you can schedule your code / make gui control interface very quickly in Max, and it is more stable than SC, I made some very complex system that I thought may cause crash but turn out working very well. The user community/documentation is great, very helpful, plenty of tutorials. Don't think it can interface with RPi except thru udp/tcp
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    elseq 1-5

    after a few days of listen, elseq2 is now my favorite, c7b2 is fierce, chimer I can keep listening to second half forever, elyc6 0nset grows on me a lot, it sounds kind of very exotic middle east hippie psyche to me, even reminds me of Alejandro Jodorowsky's holy mountain and el topo, like a surrealistic one man adventure without end
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    elseq 1-5

    Yeah I was wondering the same thing. There's got to be some reason. Like maybe this well develop into something bigger somehow over the next few days? yeah, I somehow feel like this isn't all that's coming feel the same about this.... there is nothing about elseq on warp website and twitter ... how come this happen, there should be somethi n g e l s e
  8. I sampled a lot of my own material, not whole merged music but just some separate tracks, leftover material, noise etc. And import to Max, you can do so many things there, slice, wavetable, granular, run thru some weird fx, use as instrument, random scan ... a lot of fun! this track is made using samples, directly generated from Max [sc5]264681315[/sc5]
  9. this does sound very similar to AE_live, but yeah ae live is so good, would like to hear more tracks in the same direction
  10. There is a demo version with limited function, you can use it forever, download at bottom of the itvl page.
  11. Thanks man! I have been using it myself for a while before I make the app, it is a lot of fun to use and yes there is nothing like this, that is why I decided to make it an app.
  12. It has a chromatic scale in the poly mode, check out the feature video @4:35 I use Heptatonic scale for the mono mode because it is the most common scale used, and it allows you to use Pentatonic, Hexatonic scale as well by just leaving one or two rows blank.
  13. So, as I mentioned in this thread, (yes its been a year) I made a max patch for generating melody, and now it is a standalone app called ITVL (interval). It is basically a generative sequencer packed into a step sequencer, you decide when the next step will be triggered and what note will be played instead of letting algorithms do it, so you have the full control and it is easy to change a single note anytime. It is like you have the generative framework but your brain will be the "algorithm". It is my first time to make an app and it did take a lot of time to build on my prototype, fix bugs, a bunch of stuffs were added and a lot of functions were adjusted for releasing to public. How do you guys think about this? It is available here some videos, more are coming soon. [youtubehd]LD3H8RUSFIE[/youtubehd] [youtubehd]tPg3IQRkZFw[/youtubehd]
  14. nice dark track, I like both the beat and the melody. And it is cool that it is made using stochastic composing, you should try more.
  15. absolutely yes! they are one of few musicians keeps getting better and being creative, every album is a quality release and distinct from previous ones, imho, can't find anyone else keep being that much creative for 20+ years.
  16. great recording and mastering! just listened and found lots of detail I didn't notice in the LA show
  17. making custom panel for the recent Roland gears would be a good business
  18. There are so many ways that a fader can control the sequence, it really depends on how you want to control it. The easiest way is to use a fader to switch between patterns, lets say you have 5 patterns (presets in max), and you can map the fader midi cc value to each preset, for example, 0-25: pattern1, 26-50: pattern2 ..... and you can switch between each pattern in real time. You may also use a fader to control the total step of the sequencer, start point...... once you made a sequencer in max you will notice there are some interesting objects which you want to control
  19. I think they use a midi fader to control the patch.... now I see why your topic is "fading rhythms".
  20. Would it be possible to emulate those sequencers somehow in Max? None of my gear has any sequencing in it at all. MC202 and TR606 only take DINSynch in, so it's you need to manipulate the synch stream to modulate the timing of the sequencers. The MC202 sequencer has a very special way of programming the rhythm. It's possible to emulate it in Max, but it would be a bit of a weird solution I think. Yes, you are right, you can't do it directly, I guess a cable like expert sleeper DJ-1200 may help, I have never had a mc202 but just guess it should work with some "hack". Would it be possible to emulate those sequencers somehow in Max? None of my gear has any sequencing in it at all. Totally, I think they mean that you can manually control the transform, the easiest way to do this to use counter object, you can control it to restart or to go to some certain step.
  21. I remember that interview and I did build something like that in Max, and result is pretty cool! For the analog sequencer, I think it doesn't have to be a dedicated sequencer, I mean mc202, tr606 they all can be used as a sequencer, and they have cv in/outs. And I always suspect the drum machine mentioned is cr8000, since you can triger pattern/restart using cv, and they used it a lot in the draft album.
  22. I did the same search several years ago, and found most of the people get the Quadraverb plus instead for maintaining the character while getting more features.
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