An experiment in controlling a browser-based synth powered by the Web Audio API with Lemur and OSC, using Node.js to bridge the gaps and provide bidirectional iPad-browser feedback.
Of all the ways to keep sharp in this amazingly vast and complex technological world we live in, I find cross-domain technological integration - which is a funny name for what is really nothing more than playing Lego© with all kinds of different technologies - to be the most effective, fun and satisfying by a good margin.
That's why . . .
Tidy, but not excessively so
I've always been wary of written resolutions. I guess I still am, in a way. I've always had a tendency to expand horizontally - explore new places, learn new things, practice new disciplines. This, particularly as a child, often left little space for vertical specialisation and long-term commitment to just a few causes. We can only . . .
I really don't get it, fellow Noders.
I have been doing quite a fair bit of reading about and experimenting with ES6 generators, lately, and I find myself disagreeing with a big part of the Node.js community for the first time. In fact, while I do have grown rather fond of their lazy-evaluation capabilities, I just can't understand why would anyone want to use generators for . . .
Thoughts on myself, what lies ahead and Silvrback
How many "first post" have I written? How many times have I (re-)started a blog? Embarrassingly many. So many that I've lost count. As a young consultant developer running his own business, some might say that I should have settled down long ago.
Truth is, blogging has always been halfway between something I felt like I had to do . . .
Cover image credit: http://erikwernquist.com/wanderers/