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Generative Moog Set #MusicMonday

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The phrase “generative music” was coined by Brian Eno, of course. He used the phrase to describe ever-evolving, dynamic music created by a “system.” In this case, it’s on a Moog Mother-32 and Subhamicon. Here are more technical notes from Claus Gahrn:

  • Generative, ambient music on the Moog Mother-32 and Subharmonicon.
  • Patch notes: *
  • Mother-32:
  • KB – LFO Rate
  • LFO Tri – Mix 2
  • VC Mix – VCF
  • Cutoff * Subharmonicon:
  • SEQ 1 – Cutoff
  • SEQ 2 – VCO 1 In *
  • Mother-32 — Subharmonicon:
  • Assign (Sequencer Clock) – Clock In

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nortoon
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For even more info, see blarbl(2)(3) and birb(3ahhaha I'm kidding, just Google it like a normal person.
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nortoon
2373 days ago
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One of my favorite XKCDs ever. Reading too many git mans lately.
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zippy72
2372 days ago
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I'm guilty of writing man pages like that. A looooong loooooong time ago...
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Ferret
2373 days ago
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I need this added to all my shells
bronzehedwick
2373 days ago
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This is fantastic
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rampras
2366 days ago
501 (c) (3) - IRS Exemption :)
mooglemoogle
2373 days ago
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For easy access:
http://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/47744-Hemiptera
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2373 days ago
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For even more info, see blarbl(2)(3) and birb(3ahhaha I'm kidding, just Google it like a normal person.

How a Supercomputer May Have Finally Unlocked a Way to Beat HIV

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How a Supercomputer May Have Finally Unlocked a Way to Beat HIV

There's no easy answer for HIV; the sly virus uses our own immune cells to its advantage and mutates readily to shrug off round after round of anti-retrovirals. But thanks to the efforts researchers from the University of Illinois and some heavy-duty number crunching from one of the world's fastest petaflop supercomputers, we may be able to stop HIV right in its tracks.

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nortoon
3478 days ago
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More inroads against disease.
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5 Gamer Comments That Give Straight White Guys a Bad Name

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A year ago I said that being a straight male is sexuality's lowest difficulty setting, and the word "duh" is still complaining about being connected with such an obvious statement. Award-winning author John Scalzi expanded the idea to talk about being a s
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nortoon
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So true
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Dyed chicks go for less than a dime

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These chicks, dyed in the egg before hatching, were sold as pets for 4 pesos (8 U.S. cents) at a market in Manila, The Philippines. WikiHow offers instructions for dying your own chicks, while The New York Times reports the downside of all that impulse-bought cuteness: humane societies overflowing with now-normal chickens a few weeks after Easter. (Photo: REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo)

    


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nortoon
3486 days ago
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Just a good picture, not a good idea.
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tedder
3486 days ago
indeed- they are adorable and common in less-than-first-world countries. OTOH so are the adult chickens. So it's only a bad idea if you aren't planning on raising it.
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For the Fashionable Hobbit

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For the Fashionable Hobbit

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nortoon
3486 days ago
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I think I need a pair.
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sunnywiz
3486 days ago
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Trying out a blurblog.
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