I am a software developer and electronic music producer. I am interested in promoting a decentralised network for musicians and music enthusiasts.
I have created an instance for electronic music enthusiasts, and electro music makers at https://electro.social
This instance has open registration, and welcomes new participants.
I always think of 'Mathematische Modelle', from the Der Zyklus EP, II, as Heinrich Mueller's homage to Kraftwerk. This four track EP was originally released in 2001 on International Deejay Gigolo Records. This track and 'Elektronisches Zeitecho' were paired as a 12" in 2013 by Clone Aqualung.
The entire StreetSounds Electro compilation series professionally recorded from vinyl by this Soundclouder, who's made these downloadable...
UR003 t-shirts @ Rubadub
Bass Agenda Recordings turns 5 years old this year.
I've just made this showcase mix of the first 'phase' of the label's life downloadable, as a little thank you and celebration...
Includes tracks from Mike Ash, Sync24, Hidden Persuader, DynArec, Franck Kartell, Alavux and more.....
Clone Records have posted a pretty cool photo of the DAT which contained Transllusion's A Moment of Insanity EP. I wonder how many more tapes of unreleased music they found in his studio? It does appear we can expect more new old music by James Stinson on Clone Aqualung in the future.
Mastodon updated on this instance (Electro.Social) to v2.4.1 release.
🎉 #Mastodon v2.4.1 is out: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/releases/tag/v2.4.1
- Delete & Redraft for toots
- Improved e-mail validation to fight spammers
- Improved block/mute behaviours
- More unicode emojis! 🐺
- Important database schema fixes
- Performance improvements 🚀
In the blink of an eye.
Thinking about AI super-intelligence since watching this short video:
There are people working on computer super-intelligence. There's a difference between pattern-matching and reasoning, and a super-intelligence would have to be reasoning.
Even if it were the case that hardware is getting there, the closest that software probably gets us anytime soon is mimicking human intelligence, but what if there's more?
I figure it's more likely that biology and computers merge.