@lunasspecto ooh i have somehow never come across rosegarden before. and it seems like my jam. thanks!
i also haven’t tried any impromptu modular stuff before!
@neauoire i mostly use it because i like that the configuration is very readable and it’s just yaml that i can commit to my dotfiles.(for some other terminal emulators i’ve tried that’s not been the case.) i have never been in a situation where it “performs better,” though.
@exquisitecorp creative writing (poetry focus) & film studies, but i’m now on one of those technical career paths (dev, ex-technical writer)
@exquisitecorp sounds really amazing. i’d love to see what the shape of the course looks like when you’re finished.
if python is familiar for the students ruby maybe isn’t that out-of-left-field, but i can appreciate that more languages == less accessible course calendar.
i will keep thinking about other things i’ve played with. best wishes to you and your curriculum.
@lunasspecto i started my journey by getting a semi-modular “does a bunch of things” synth to use as a base. with my long-running synth fund, i decided to get a make noise 0-coast. (it was between that and a moog mother 32.) this thing has six-ish modules in one, and is self-powered! so i am happy with my choice. there is something comparable to a VCA module built-in, but i am left to manually “quantize” with the pitch wheel.
@lunasspecto i am realizing that i probably want a quantizer module sooner rather than later, though.
@lunasspecto this is pretty close to what my starter eurorack plan is also. niftycase is absolutely the best deal, whether or not you get their starter modules.
i am just in my own research phase right now, though, and can’t actually validate your plan. 😅
@exquisitecorp hey, i am curious if your modular synth setup has a midi-to-cv module or something like that? (i’m getting curious about the modular synth way of being.)