Outsmarted myself (it's not difficult …) by using a TLC551 low-power CMOS #555 timer as a source of clock jitter. The damn thing's super stable, almost up there with xtals.
Going to have to find my gronkiest capacitors and worst “554½” chips to get suitably noisy clock pulses. Would've been nice to run from 3V3 like the TLC551, tho
Well here you go then!
So I'm going to ask again.
ie no #DIN5 cable. For testing purposes I want a way to take midi out on a usb cable and plug it in to midi in on a usb cable without jitter or latency in the loopback connection (bcause I'm testing the I/O #jitter of the host computer) and I don't see how it can be done.
I don't trust midi-over-usb. DIN5 midi is kinda crap, but it's known crap with well understood limitations.
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two years ago I released this visual album of damaged midi electronics and audio reactive visuals via max/jitter. pretty lofi and rudimentary visuals but it works.
each track has a slightly different jitter setup. mostly done by splitting the audio into rough freq bands and processing each independently. lots of feedback loops with jit.rota. changes within the track were made by either being hard-coded to match timing of audio or done by hand, by mousing along with the track.
EPILEPSY WARNING - LOTS OF FLASHING COLORS AND MOVING SHAPES.
Two separate animations overlaid, that both pause for breath at different times to relieve the visual tension. Created in Noisedeck and Scene Group Cavalry. Rendered with Giphy Capture.
This is only part of the sequence, clipped to fit the social. See it in full here
Playing with scale. I changed an existing animation into a triangular pixel mesh and used an oscillator to zoom in and out to create depth.
I boost a lot of artists work here here so I would appreciate the return favour 👍 Luckily no algorithm here so ⭐s don't do much xxx
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An idea using a gif I made in Noisedeck as a background to some wireframe mathematic gen, both heavily distorted using this feature in Scene Group Cavalry.
A gen art mesh distorted and slightly pixelated. Created and animated in Cavalry then ping-pong looped in the awesome Giphy Capture.
Both these apps are free!
Giphy Capture is the most useful app in my toolbox, producing gif or mp4 loops from any moving screen-grab. So much easier to use than Quicktime.
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This is *so important* for recovering from temporary hiccups at #scale:
“Exponential Backoff And Jitter” , AWS Architecture Blog (https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/architecture/exponential-backoff-and-jitter/).