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eczem

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  1. Was hoping someone would bother to convert that, heh. Massive thanks @d-a-m-o . We are proud to have this one as 3OP001, and are quite excited for what's coming soon!
  2. Just had a chance to listen to Computer Series: this is a seriously excellent release. Love it!
  3. Yeah, and I think our approach to the writing and swapping of the files was enhanced this time around. Thanks for the kind words everyone 🍻
  4. Available now: https://corealter.bandcamp.com/album/m-realizable
  5. Such a great release. Lush music, excellent mastering, beautiful album art. Right up there with my very favorite Melted_Self releases.
  6. Awesome. Saw Gary here in San Diego a few years back in support of Savage, was great.
  7. Really stellar release Nil, I loved every second of it. Well worth the wait.
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  9. Excellent sounds and fun patterns! Jux and iter both look interesting, not tried either. Is it straightforward to use jux with synthesis rather than samples?
  10. Yeah! I started messing with tidal just a couple of months ago now. I like it's immediacy for sequencing compared to Max. I'm still learning and this code is probably garbage lol. This man is clearly in pain lol Thank you! That is one thing I consciously make an effort for, variation anchored to regularity.
  11. //Reaper work, built off the above //Microtonic, Razor //for Mictronic: c5 in tidal is equal to c3 in Utonic //c5 kick, b4 snare, e5 hat //cc1 = snare noise filter Hz //cc2 = kick pitch hush d1 $ stack [ n "c5 c5 ~ ~" # midichan 4, n "b4" #midichan 4, n (sometimes(fast 2)"[e5 e5 e5 e5]*3") #midichan 4, ccv "80 90 70 60 80" # ccn 1 # midichan 4, ccv "27 25 23 27 23" # ccn 2 # midichan 4, n "[e4 e3]*0.25" # midichan 6 ] # s "midi" d1 $ stack [ n "c5 ~ ~ c5? c5? c5" # midichan 4, n "b4" #midichan 4, n "[e5 e5 e5 e5]" #midichan 4, ccv "80 90 70 60 80" # ccn 1 # midichan 4, ccv "27 25 23 27 23" # ccn 2 # midichan 4, n "[e4 e5, {d7 b5 b5} ~ ~ ~ ]*0.25" # midichan 6 ] # s "midi" d1 $ stack [ n "c5 {~ ~ ~, b4 c5 c5}*3?" # midichan 4, n "b4" #midichan 4, n "[e5 e5 e5? e5?]*4.5" #midichan 4, ccv "60 65 65 60 70" # ccn 1 # midichan 4, cat [n "[e4 e4 e4 {~ ~ ~, e4}]*1.5", n "g4"] # midichan 6 ] # s "midi" d1 $ stack [ n (rarely (slow 3)"c5 {~ ~ ~, b4 c5 c5}*3?") # midichan 4, n "b4" #midichan 4, n "[e5 e5 e5? e5?]" #midichan 4, ccv "60 65 65 60 70" # ccn 1 # midichan 4, cat [n (rarely (slow 1.25)"[e4 e4 e4 {~ ~ ~, e4}]*1.5"), n "g4 g5 {b4 b5 d5}"] # midichan 6 ] # s "midi" d1 $ stack [ n "[c5 c5 c5, c5 ~] ~?*3" # midichan 4, n "b4" #midichan 4, n "[e5 e5, [e5 e5 e5]?]*1.5" #midichan 4, ccv "60 65 65 60 70" # ccn 1 # midichan 4, cat [n (rarely (fast 1.5)"[~ ~ ~ e4 e5 e5 {~ ~ ~, e6}]*0.5"), n "c6 c5 d5"] # midichan 6 ] # s "midi" d1 $ stack [ n (rarely (fast 7)"[c5 ~ c5, [c5 ~ ~]*1.5]") # midichan 4, n "b4" #midichan 4, n "[e5 e5, [e5 e5 e5]?]*3.5" #midichan 4, ccv "70 73 76 83" # ccn 1 # midichan 4, cat [n (often (slow 7)"[~ ~ ~ e4 e5 e5 {~ ~ ~, e6}]*0.5"), n "c6 c5 d5"] # midichan 6 ] # s "midi" d1 $ stack [ cat [n (rarely (fast 7)"[c5 ~ c5, [c5 ~ ~]*1.5]"), n "c5 c5 c5 c5?"] # midichan 4, n "b4" #midichan 4, n "~ b4?" #midichan 4, n "[e5 e5, [e5 e5 e5]?]*3.5" #midichan 4, ccv "70 73 76 83" # ccn 1 # midichan 4, ccv "27 25 31 27 29" # ccn 2 # midichan 4, cat [n (often (slow 7)"[~ ~ ~ e4 e5 e5 {~ ~ ~, e6}]*0.5"), n "c6 c5 d5"] # midichan 6 ] # s "midi" clutchIn 1 3 $ stack [ n "c5 {~ ~ ~, b4 c5 e5}*3?" # midichan 4, n "b4" #midichan 4, n (sometimes (fast 1.5) "d5 d6") #midichan 6, n (rarely (fast 1.5) "e4*1.5") # midichan 6, cat [n "{~ ~ ~, e4*2? [a4 c5?]? b4?}?", n "c5 c5 c5"] # midichan 6 ] # s "midi"
  12. A jam-wip for a stale thread.
  13. Love it. Especially like Track 1; it's like Treanor meets Multistability & Atavism
  14. Hugh in starvation mode after fasting for 3 weeks.
  15. Really appreciate being able to attend that, and +1 to @dr lopez for a well-spoken tribute.
  16. This is really strong; I enjoyed every track on here and it's definitely going to get repeat listens Reagent in particular though, what a lush song, has those atmospheric synth washes that I love. The last few minutes are just maximal Could be my favorite t s r o n o release, which is a big deal
  17. I strongly agree with this. Still very much looking forward to this.
  18. Very nice, I believe it. Slightly off topic, but I've been listening to Dreams Are Not Enough a lot lately. It's on the pop side but resonates with me.
  19. I love the fuck out of this release.
  20. I have to admin I'm behind on the Rook archive series as well. Dive-in imminent.
  21. Goddamn. I finally paired my monitors (80 hz floor lol) with a sub. SHV absolutely envelops. Definitely one of my top Elseq tracks.
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