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  1. Not only pay the bill but keep Hyperdub afloat in the process. Shifts plenty of units but it's sync for tv and film where the money comes in.
  2. Made this animation with some nice spatial audio effects (HRTF binaural or as the twats call in '8D sound' and some doppler stuff). Here are some BTS stills:
  3. Do you have a room in your house with hundreds of these piled up?
  4. More little AV ditties on insta: https://www.instagram.com/p/CN27CqZjkaq/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CNu1JzIDmot/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CNe0vm7DTeQ/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CNZ6vqujMDE/
  5. Has this been mentioned here? Really nice colour eq (based on the maag), spesh for adding air https://www.kvraudio.com/product/luftikus-by-lkjb
  6. You could try Interpolate from the Magenta pack. https://www.ableton.com/en/blog/magenta-studio-free-ai-tools-ableton-live/
  7. Open Camera You can change the resolution and image quality/compression. If you want to play around in post instead/as well then Photo Editor is a decent free app.
  8. Came across tezos and hic et nunc which runs on proof of stake rather than proof of work so uses a fraction of the energy. Put a couple of bits up to have a play around with the technology. Decentralisation could be a great thing if done right. But yeah, popped into a cople of the bigger NFT discords for research and it's pretty gross what's going on.
  9. I like this album but this song reminds me of The Mighty Boosh
  10. That's fair enough, just trying to point you towards the best music. He seemed to lose his passion for the type of music he made his name with around 2010 and has drifted further and further into wishy washy semi classical territory (I love classical music but his stuff is more Nils Frahm than Franz Liszt). Developing artistically and trying new things is great but it's much harder to make something exciting and worth listening to in styles with hundreds of years development than ones with a few decades. Learning notation doesn't make you Debussy and I think people would be much more sympa
  11. I'd listen chronologically and stop around 2010 (there's some good stuff beyond that but it became a case of severely diminishing returns imho). Clarence Park (2001) Ceramics Is The Bomb EP (2001) Empty the Bones of You (2003) Body Riddle (2006) Throttle Furniture EP (2006) Throttle Clarence EP (2006) Throttle Promoter EP (2007) Turning Dragon (2008) Totems Flare (2009)
  12. Okay I'm convinced. I'm going to mint some NFTs just because it upsets Flashbulb
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