dlmanley at sonic.net
Thu May 30 20:17:39 CEST 2019
Great update. Thanks.
P.S. would really like an option for the slaved device to run at some fraction of master. Would allow fugue-like tunes. I know you indicated previously you wanted to only implement the original design, but thought I'd ask anyway. :-)
P.P.S. If you stop the master, the slave still sounds the last note continuously.
On May 30, 2019 9:59:13 AM PDT, Donald Tillman <don at till.com> wrote:
>A Muse update...
>The "AI More than Human" exhibit at the Barbican Centre in London
>Galaxy tablet right next to an actual Muse.
>And, I've built another version I'd like to share with you:
> The Muse
>This is the Muse alone, without the article, and with a set of presets.
>And it has music notation. And blue/green indicator lamps on the
>sliders, and blue/green indicator lamps above the sliders, so it's
>easier to understand what is going on.
>And it has the pretty walnut and brushed aluminum textures. Normally
>I'm not a fan of "skeuomorphism", but in this case I think it brings it
>And this version can "spawn minions". It can create additional Muse's
>in new windows, and they're sync'd to the master. So you can make a
>Muse Quartet very easily.
>The settings of the master are cloned, and you can make changes from
>there. You might share a common "Theme" setting, and use different
>"Interval" settings each unit, for a sort of counterpoint. And you
>should be encouraged to pitch them at different octaves, or related
>Have fun! Tell me what you discover.
> -- Don
>Donald Tillman, Palo Alto, California
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