Really think that 29edo will be my next big microtonal tuning. I've used 22edo as a default tuning for quite a while amongst others. 29 will let me write the kind of composition I liked from 22, while allowing for a few extra nice flavours.
Had a lot of fun making this. I love all things trippy and kaleidoscopic. Please check it out fellow Mastodonians and let me know your comments or criticisms.
I have been interested in microtonal music for quite a while now. It has various new moods that I had never heard before, and of course new melodies and harmonies that aren't possible in the Western 12-tone system. My goal is to mix microtones with oddball #electronic dance music.
Folks, please let me know what you think!
has anyone ever seen or met with a record label functioning on cooperative principles? where ARTISTS are members, as opposed to other labels being members (as in case of PIAS)?
this is very much in context of niche butique diy music publishing, less a business, more of a artist-run platform.
i'm looking for any co-op use cases in context of alternative music publishing. anyone have any thoughts/pointers?
Blustery day here today; put me in the mood to fly a kite, but it was not to be, so this evening I fired up GIMP, desk mouse in hand, and painted one along with a sky, clouds, trees of a kind and.. well here it is.. Kite ;-)
@bree I'm in the same situation as you, trying to escape Win/macOS and start producing on #Linux. I've been looking into #Bitwig but need to spend some more time with the demo before I can be certain it will work for me. So far so good, and I'm also looking into running Reaper in Wine. I hope you manage to find to a way to make it all work for you.
@ikey Not a Solus user, but it was you guys' discussion on Late Night Linux that brought me here. I listen in every week. One of these days might have to dip into that lil OS of yours. All the best.