[LAU] Music Workflow Stream - Two Hour Album Challenge

Brandon Hale bthaleproductions at gmail.com
Sun Apr 11 05:27:31 CEST 2021

Thanks Mike! I see you on the discord. Are you going to use a Linux 
setup if you do one of the challenges? We gotta represent! :)

Brandon Hale

On 4/10/21 11:16 PM, Mike Pullen wrote:
> Brandon,
> This's very cool! I've just joined the discord and hope to be able to 
> participate in the next event!
> Mike
> On Sat, Apr 10, 2021 at 8:53 PM Brandon Hale 
> <bthaleproductions at gmail.com <mailto:bthaleproductions at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hello all,
>     I just participated in this two hour album challenge here
>     <https://2hac.abstractionmusic.com/> and live-streamed a workflow
>     I've been playing with and wanted to share it. I used emacs with
>     Common Music 2 (cm-incudine) to write the composition, and renoise
>     and some plugins to make and mix some of the audio. If you are
>     interested in seeing how this worked out, you can watch the live
>     stream of it here <https://youtu.be/INg7lqMifXY>. It was a lot of
>     fun!
>     I still have to figure out how to sequence (events) with common
>     music, but I tried something with (progn) near the end to sequence
>     them. I still am going to just record the audio from the
>     individual events into a daw (maybe ardour) and sequence them like
>     tape, but I wish I knew how to sequence them in Common Lisp. Does
>     anyone on here know?
>     Let me know what you think if you watch it!,
>     Brandon Hale
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