Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Had a lovely brunch at Paris Commune with simrob and rob's friend ana and sean mclaughlin.

Found out I was doing something dumb with the ADSR envelope settings in supercollider. Namely, uh, setting the D to zero while setting the A to something nonzero and the S to something noticeably less than 1. So the envelope ramped up to 1 over a nonzero amount of time, but then abruptly dropped down to S. Fixed the problem, and now I have less clicky attacks. Also playing around with drums and filters 'nnat.

~30 seconds of improv over Ebm-Ab5-B chord progression.
Tags: music, social, supercollider

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