asahi 50mm indeed… good eye ;-)
thanks again for all your work on this
awesome vid and music, charlie! was wondering if it would be possible to extend this jam session further by say, inviting guests from other countries. then they could add to the music via something like ninjam :)
Thanks guys! Sorry for the late reply. Life has been CRAZY busy lately. Next week scares me a little but anyways…
@Jared, Don’t mention it. It’s been a delight to do these things. My friends enjoy it as well so it’s something we look forward to.
@Pirx, That’s an AWESOME idea. I am totally down to try that out. We would have to coordinate sometime before to make sure that the setup can work. It would be awesome to hear things coming out the speakers that we never made but we know someone out there did. The only thing I have to figure out set-up wise is a way to give you all the instruments while not monitoring them live because of the feedback issues with the mics. But I think it’s doable!
yeah, i’ve hinted doing ninjam stuff to you and jared before. the software is really nice. on the receiving side, you can redirect the audio via rewire/soundflower/jack(osx) to whatever daw you want to use. each audio stream gets its own pair(s) of ports. same for the “send” side; it should be pretty easy to put everything on a master stereo pair and push that out over the network.
as far as latency goes, ninjam compensates for lag/delay/latency by treating it as “rests.” you setup the bpm/tempo in ninjam, and then any network dropouts are treated as part of the steady rhythm, as rests, with the music returning right on the next beat. i never really hear even 1-bar rests, despite playing with folks all over the world simultaneously. hit up jam.monome.org to see about setup instructions — you may have to hop onto #monome on irc.freenode.net to get the server address and password, or just email rud. try it out sometime; get in on a jam session.
Awesome video! Love this new technique.
Some kind of cubism of the time.(my english gets worse day by day,jajaja…)
awesome!! i’ve yet to try ninjam + ableton but i’m sure it won’t be too difficult. will give you feedback once i’ve set things up!
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