Poll: Which jingle did you prefer?
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vain's 3 33.33%
pranomostro's 4 44.44%
venam's 2 22.22%
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venam
(06-06-2016, 03:27 PM)vain Wrote: I remembered there was a posting about algorithmic music. I gave it a try.
After reading the article and trying myself I find this truly impressing...Insanely impressive!
tudurom
Here is a list of music making tools for those who want to create music on *nix:
  • Linux Multimedia Studio is a DAW (digital audio worstation) inspired by FLStudio. It has a very nice interface and a multitude of samples and instruments (it even has a gameboy sound processor emulator!). It runs on Linux, Max OS X, Windows, FreeBSD and OpenBSD. Music made with lmms
  • Ardour is a DAW and hard disk recorder. Its developer is the same that writes the JACK audio kit. It runs on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, Solaris, FreeBSD and OpenBSD. Music made with Ardour. It's commercial libre software. You either pay for it or compile it for yourself for free (or just grab it from your distro's repos :P)
  • Puredata is a visual programming language that can create music out of visual code.
  • Sonic Pi is a "music programming language" created at the University of Cambridge. Rad beat created with it
pranomostro
Here is my submission (may change):

https://www.github.com/pranomostro/nintro

Was played on a barisaxophone.
Sorry for the potato quality, we didn't have a better microphone.
venam
(07-06-2016, 01:08 PM)pranomostro Wrote: Was played on a barisaxophone.
Sorry for the potato quality, we didn't have a better microphone.
This is very smooth and the quality isn't potato like you said.
It's great!
pranomostro
Thanks.

I guess I let you as a community choose which version of the intro you want (I couldn't decide which one is the best).

Cheers!
vain
(07-06-2016, 01:08 PM)pranomostro Wrote: Here is my submission (may change):

I have absolutely no idea why, but this does indeed remind me of "UNIX". In my mind, see two greybeards sitting in a lab in the 1970s. Very weird. But nice. :-)

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For anyone interested, I've posted a quick overview of how my code works: https://www.uninformativ.de/blog/posting...NG-en.html
xero
(07-06-2016, 01:08 PM)pranomostro Wrote: Here is my submission...

i like outro best out of these files
stanislavjo
(07-06-2016, 01:08 PM)pranomostro Wrote: Here is my submission (may change):

https://www.github.com/pranomostro/nintro

Was played on a barisaxophone.
Sorry for the potato quality, we didn't have a better microphone.
I was about to mock you about using github to host media files, but I liked them too much, so..
Great job!
xero
(08-06-2016, 02:42 PM)stanislavjo Wrote: I was about to mock you about using github to host media files...
Great job!

why?
Code:
mpv https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pranomostro/nintro/master/outro.wav
works just fine. gh is free and a service he already utilizes.

also, i'm glad your first post was not mocking someone.
venam
(08-06-2016, 12:55 PM)vain Wrote: I have absolutely no idea why, but this does indeed remind me of "UNIX". In my mind, see two greybeards sitting in a lab in the 1970s. Very weird. But nice. :-)

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For anyone interested, I've posted a quick overview of how my code works: https://www.uninformativ.de/blog/posting...NG-en.html

Because it's blues!

I enjoyed your article.
When playing with this type of code you find a lot of cool patterns.




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