"A number of coding style cleanups for the netcat kernel module": https://github.com/usrbinnc/netcat-cpi-kernel-module/pull/11
"netcat: allow multiple readers to work properly": https://github.com/usrbinnc/netcat-cpi-kernel-module/pull/13
He can now add "Assistant audio production engineer" to his already considerable CV.
the album's track data in source files, that (for complexity's sake) came from .ogg files that were encoded from .wav files that were created from .mp3 files that were encoded from the mastered .wav files which were generated from ProTools final mix .wav files that were created from 24-track analog tape.
Oh no. Mixing lossy compression algorithms is a very bad idea. Even at high bitrates, it tends to destroy certain kinds of sounds (eg, cymbals).
You'll just have to configure a NetCatProvider, providing the class name and instantiation arguments as parameters, from which you can then create a NetCatFactory. This can be used to create singleton instances of the NetCatService class, from which you can use arbitrary proxies to bind transactions and get access to the audio stream.
It was a joke referencing that discussion.
This music is very enjoyable. I'm working to it right now.
In any case, if you use this in production machines for real, vaya con dios :)
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/usrbinnc/netcat-cpi-kernel-module/master/tracks/trk3data.h | perl -ne 'print chr hex' | mplayer -
You really, really really should get a modular synthesizer involved for the next project. Fire packets directly into the CV inputs at ±12V and see what happens. Or run linux inside the instrument itself...
I've thought about how cool a synth module would be that sends modulation voltage out based on wifi packets. It would be a nod to the Teenage Engineering OP-1 which has an FM radio for modulation.
Check out Silent Way for an example of an integrated solution.
I'd love to use a tracker, but I dunno how! But I do know how to play cello. So that's on there. Ok cool!
But the text was just a direct quote.
Sorry, long - long day
(Thanks, wow every comment in every thread in the last two hours down voted - guess I'll sign off for a while)
But the kernel thing sounds harder...