and so there were seven.
#76

statto Wrote:because i'm in it, it's good enough to be stickied

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Kingstatto


:mutley:

adapted from tdd 1:

the muttleymarked keyword will be familiar to a small handful of forum heads. originally used to mark music threads of interest, it's been utilised here via embedding it into each zip files' hidden information. when the hard drive appears to have lost your copy, you can enter this into advanced windows search to make sure.

months specified for content are inclusive of that entire month. so when i say the cutoff in this instance was june, i mean at the end of june, and not the start of it.

Wave cycom

i'm slow these past few weeks, but the last info bite will surface before the end of july. then it's all set to simplify and branch out.

reiterating, honest feedback very welcome. if 3 is to happen, 2 needs to be improved on a great deal.
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#77

muttley Wrote:reiterating, honest feedback very welcome. if 3 is to happen, 2 needs to be improved on a great deal.

i beg you: please simplify your written english. Icon_cry in general.

there are people on here who work at writing for a living, and if even they can't understand what you're saying and are struggling to navigate your prose, then maybe you need to look into this issue... Smile

cheers
Xyxthumbs
Keep JUMPin ya Bastids
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#78

naphta Wrote:cheers
Xyxthumbs

i hear you on this, and i'll take it on board.

thanks going right back your way Xyxthumbs
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#79

The last two jigsaw bits!

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TDD 2 ClipZIP Breakdown: "Adversives"

"Adversives" mark as contextually extraordinary tracks for the artist, tracks of surprise enjoyment by the author, and dysfunctions that didn't gel in the code. The terminology operates as polarised recommendation flagging - an if you like this, would you dare try this? An if I know you, "Adversives" will challenge you to think. An if I don't, perse, you can request "Adversives" for your playlist. An if you know me, this is a caveat for how wayward DE can operate, and what you could do to fire "Adversives" - under any banner, at me in future.
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#80

TDD 2 ClipZIP Breakdown: "Clipticisms"

"Clipticisms" angle off of artist, track title, track maker, and track surroundings. They are cryptically linked attributes, that draw on TDD 2's etymology, insomnia, science, nature, and sleep related themes. This issue there's prototypes galore: statements cut out from featured and non-featured journo - magazines, blogs, articles, youtube videos, word and phraseology historics, plus poems, co-operative Q&A's on country traditions, quotes, and charity links.

As the years ascend, virtual media centres can sidechain exposure of these idiosyncracies. By all TDD 2 "Clipticisms" being tagged into the "lyrics" category of each clip ID, messages of any kind can be sent from the source provider, author or punter to all users of these clips, viewed on the move and at the computer chair. It enables easy pitching of info snippets, likes and dislikes, cultural discoveries, controversial points of view, and so on!

I'll be revealing more "Clipticisms" as release time extends. For TDD 2, they are also designed to expose and big up whatever figures, and musics I couldn't fit in the mag. What's more, whoever may wish to contribute their own idea, it will be credited with a source of their choice, and may inspire or influence what's reported on for TDD 3.

So, if you're looking for a spot to plug what you do, or what someone else does, dastardlyexposure@hotmail.co.uk is my addy. It's an info free for all!

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The first may be coming soon...suspense tremors, huh? Teef
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#81

Wave
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#82

statto Wrote:Wave

Kisskiss

right. since the remainder mini concepts are out of the way, i've asked statto to unsticky this. the reasons are many, but the main is removing any pretentious aura from the plans, when there is no progressive trail of evidence. directly linked is pretentiousness of the author, which i would not want. this may have been captured in this thread's debates, whereby i find it distressing to impression myself as such, and to cause a coloured impression for others. in all, until there is some proof of what's to be exposed, i find this thread too lopsided in focus to the project, and not the participants. my aim (and the whole aim of de) was to flip this the other way around, and that aim is going to require, as envisioned, weeks - and then months.

when the wheels are in motion, i will link the doa thread - as planned ages past. then it may be ok for this to be spotlighted again. in the meantime, if any sc crew have an info bite of any kind to share, it can be pumped proactively into these plans. an ode to a friend or loved one, and anything from the "clipticisms" description, it's all of merit. lastly, a big thank you to anyone who has commented, or downloaded tdd thus far.

soon come Wave Hugs Xyxthumbs
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#83

this is truly enormous.

I have to reconfigure the software in my brain centre and update to Windows 2050 anti-vista,before I can process the data.

But it will be worth it.
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#84

can I highlight some kind of link to the site in myspace & virb????

and a short blurb on its aims?

I think there's a huge amount of potential here with continued refining and hopefully increased awareness and input.
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#85

long live tdd! Xyxthumbs

on a side note:

alpha omega Wrote:windows 2050 anti-vista

Lol

as a loooo(ooo)ong-term windows user i am finally tempted to buy a macbook pro JEDIcrying
i borrowed one from work 2 weeks ago and i'm really impressed Icon_eek

damn!
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#86

cycom Wrote:
alpha omega Wrote:windows 2050 anti-vista

Lol

as a loooo(ooo)ong-term windows user i am finally tempted to buy a macbook pro JEDIcrying
i borrowed one from work 2 weeks ago and i'm really impressed Icon_eek

damn!

do it! if you're impressed by it now os x leopard is even more Icon_eek quickview, spaces, stacks, it rules

plus os x has all linux style shizzle including emacs/python etc built in... its like having a linux machine with a decent desktop.

right now i'm working on gentoo linux running perfectly in a vmware virtual machine displaying gnome-terminal and emacs seamlessly in apple's x11 on my os x desktop, all whilst playing video in vlc, browsing the web and downloading torrents with azureus Falcon

try doing that in xp!
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#87

i've got a mac book dualcore 2ghz and 512mb ram and I'd like to use it for music but think I'd need more ram & an update the new os x software....
What's the best way to do this and who do I need to talk to for the cheapest prices?

I've had the mac for about 6months now & have done nothing with it Icon_sad
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#88

tyler Wrote:right now i'm working on gentoo linux running perfectly in a vmware virtual machine displaying gnome-terminal and emacs seamlessly in apple's x11 on my os x desktop, all whilst playing video in vlc, browsing the web and downloading torrents with azureus Falcon

try doing that in xp!

tbh, i won't try something like that anywhere. Lol

but i really like textmate, that's how all this started Oops Hahaha

Quote:i've got a mac book dualcore 2ghz and 512mb ram and i'd like to use it for music but think i'd need more ram & an update the new os x software....

512mb are a joke actually. i'm going to get one with 4gb Smile leopard is $129, so it's not that pricey anyway.

why the hell do you buy a computer and don't use it? Icon_eek

and how much did you pay for it?

errm and statto(or somebody else): could you split this thread 4 posts ago? Oops
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#89

got the mac book free as my gf was running the distribution of them in Ireland for a while.
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#90

which version of os x do you have? if you have 10.4 you should be fine, if you just do the software update online it will take you right up to 10.4.9

as for the ram i think you can just order more and install it yourself but i'm not 100%. you need to make sure its legit though, i'd order it from apple

you might get by with 512 though? not sure. try logic 8 or live and see what happens?
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#91

i have live somewhere (which I just couldn't get the hang of) so may try it out but I know if I get logic 8 for it I'll need more ram for the sampler/audio business.

i think my os is the one just before this new update as I only got it 6months ago.

anyways,statto please split these mac replies.....sorry Oops
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#92

alpha omega Wrote:can i highlight some kind of link to the site in myspace & virb????

and a short blurb on its aims?

sent you an email sir Wave Kisskiss

Quote:i think there's a huge amount of potential here with continued refining and hopefully increased awareness and input.

i'm glad that potential can be realised at this potentially very early stage.
the downloads have been going astoundingly well. only this one time i'll say that much, as i'm usually one to keep quiet. but it's been very encouraging; on a personal level, very reassuring too.

a lot of ideas have been gone over for what's next. the direction appears that of calming down for christmas. striking the balance between existing chapters. making things easier again. meanwhile the promotion systems spoken about are slowly and surely progressing. if there's anyone who has any ideas, questions or thoughts related to contributing in future, muttley_subversion@hotmail.co.uk is the addy. we'll see what happens Smile
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#93

my one thing is...

classification.

I know your anti-genre,so am I ,that's why I always argue with Arnie over jungletrain not allowing other music form on :P, but reading through everything is looong and needs a more orderly layout that will help to break things up into neat sections the viewer can partake in whenso ever he/she chooses.

that's my one major observation/criticism so far...
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#94

bit late on this, my apologies...

ALPHA OMEGA Wrote:my one thing is...

classification.

I know your anti-genre,so am I ,that's why I always argue with Arnie over jungletrain not allowing other music form on :P, but reading through everything is looong and needs a more orderly layout that will help to break things up into neat sections the viewer can partake in whenso ever he/she chooses.

that's my one major observation/criticism so far...

thanks a lot for voicing it. the project has no designers right now. cycom helped with pdf suggestions this time (Kisskiss). i did what i could to apply any of it. i'm very much a pc dinosaur, hehe.

yeah i totally see where you're coming from with this. and like the other writing based factors (length of features, words chosen, brevity), it's the direction i would, in any other case (see tdd 1) have wanted to go. the problem i face, as i spoke to you about before, is building antagonism, and juxtaposition to such an outlandish extent - each time - so that it continually triggers emotions, and hence activism from inside - good or bad - from the reader. hence, the arrangements were pitched heavy, and the codes shaped so thorough. i'm sure those visiting here before will find explanations to other factors and opinions with this small statement.

whether people agree with my opinions or not isn't so much a concern. but i genuinely do feel how niche heads are operating - outside of their own safe havens - demands that antagonism in this area. internet interpretation can be so fickle. where i usually operate - on doa - i see these tags (drumfunk especially) thrown about so inappropriately sometimes. if anyone thinks of 'drumfunk', or 'choppage' with a movement mindset attached to it, i think it's safe to say that this 'movement' is already here, isn't going away, and those supporting it should deviate openings to it, and move on. otherwise, there will be a continual compounding of the stereotype mindsets from outsiders, no question.

it isn't like that with dubstep right now. listeners are inclusory, not exclusory. everyone in some way feels they have their own take. and if we apply the reasoning for that to the leftfield d&b 'industry', i also think with how things are heading - more multigenre nights (ichione, styles) - more maturing of subversive sounds (from the 'choppage' / 'drumfunk' diatribes of 2001 to present day); producers in this leftfield d&b 'industry' don't want their music labelled as 'drumfunk' or whatnot either, and neither does this typecasting benefit long term interest from outside. the music is bigger than that. it doesn't take much to work around the hipster journalistic and structures that we all know, are aware of, and, generally, loathe. or failing that, using that joint knowledge to explain these tags in depth without fear of user alienation.

this is what i am currently furthering and planned with the doa promotion system. certain sc people have added to it already. it will integrate informative opinion pieces with juxtapositions of audio, and gaps i left to fill in the project concepts - see the last page here. over time, amassing mixes, sc updates, dedications, and more. all people here have to do to get involved is explain what they're doing, or what they could do. i do the rest. there's the most minimal of hassle. in comparison to piling up content and stress from all involved. if another project came to public-worthy standard, that could add months to the rotor until it saw release. so by doing it this way, i felt it would be a much better, integral alternative, that benefits all those viewing it, and not just the converted clique (myself included) that we have here.


in all, i'm perfectly happy and understanding of Paradox (drumfunk) and ASC (techmospherics) to carry their tags, because they were the originators. but origins call for innovation, otherwise conservatism and self-fulfilling prophecies is all that we have.
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#95

three years on, and over 7000 downloads in the first few months of letting this out. i haven't checked since, but i was overjoyed with that figure alone. first post streamlined and edited down on request, taking in the very appreciated constructive criticism. Smile

the time has come for me to resurface this project. the reviews section is almost complete, the mix recommendations trickling in, spotlights to be merged with the "through the looking glass" section template, and exclusive contributions soon to be realised. it's shaping up well. the only reason for making this message in public domain is to call for labels, fellow writers, producers and those crossing between to get involved if they'd like some coverage.

here's the news section subjects loosely defined at present:

TDD Chapter 3 - Through The Looking Glass (TL)

covert operations ceasing
inperspective resurfacing
bonobo live at koko
massive attack – heliogland
monolake silence
vampire records
subtle audio digital
subvert central vol.3
respect records (occultured) and implex & enei
autonomic podcasts
yagya – rigning
dj hidden the words below
warm communications seba
alphacut paranoid society macc boomer
bop clear mind
naphta democracy now
apple pips
solar fields
pushing red
digibeat music
stinkbiscuit
nerve and nerve breaks
badmammal
boxcutter arecibo message
data prologue horizons
soothsayer
dj trax thoughts in widescreen
macc & dgohn on rephlex
calibre
ruff revivial
dbridge wonder where
sonorous digital
mista learn love rain
astrophonica
olafur arnalds
hibernate recordings
the orb baghdad batteries
ithaca trio
offshore buried treasure 2
surgeon
naphta long time burning
leaf don't run over the birds please
metalheadz
the black dog
exile listening tree
pinecone moonshine
secret operations
instramental
alaska & paradox isolationist
ital tek
electronic explorations
scuba
space2pace
solar empire
artic music
syncopathic
lightless
brian grainger
install
martyn
enuui.org
future sound of london
modus magazine
cartridge
hessle audio
portishead
kryptic minds
plainaudio
sc digital
the fear
sum
lynx
hq
med school
itstooloud
naibu
absys
misspent music
fanu & bill laswell
offfkey
autechre
thee silver mount zion memorial orchestra
hotflush
ichione farewell
cytech
domu quits
mutt
red mist
transmute digital
counter intelligence
make:shift
immerse
black reign
breakage
nubian mindz
uncertified
loscil
spheruleus
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#96

that's a lot of news Smile
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#97

Statto Wrote:that's a lot of news Smile

there's plenty that i missed on three year hiatus - this is just the stuff my keywords presented. each piece of news is limited to sixty words. there were reasons you and two more people know properly why the language was complicated on tdd 2. this time it's a "less is more" approach, but a deeper quantity and depth.
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#98

Icon_eek oh my thats a lot of post i have to read to understand whats this all about. I think you mentioned it to me and i skimmed this in something i downloaded, no? Can you sum it up? Are you doing a package of reviews on music regardless of when the album was put out?Grin Is it something you havent finished or are you doing a new one. Why are you calling it news? Grin
( sorry if these are obvious questions im asking Oops )


Muttley Wrote:each piece of news is limited to sixty words. there were reasons you and two more people know properly why the language was complicated on tdd 2. this time it's a "less is more" approach, but a deeper quantity and depth.

A less complicated puzzle? Wink
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#99

Ooh wee- I wish I could download this right about now..
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Annastay Wrote:Icon_eek oh my thats a lot of post i have to read to understand whats this all about. I think you mentioned it to me and i skimmed this in something i downloaded, no?

yes, you downloaded the "endo edition" from the "time heals all wounds" blog from SubVersion.

Annastay Wrote:Can you sum it up? Are you doing a package of reviews on music regardless of when the album was put out?Grin Is it something you havent finished or are you doing a new one. Why are you calling it news? Grin
( sorry if these are obvious questions im asking Oops )

Spank

Hahaha

it's over 12 hours of audio sequentially ordered with idiosyncracies galore and a pdf publication inside. there will be a new chapter before the end of May. there will be reporting up to date, and archiving of content that happened within the three years TDD has been put on the back burner. Xyxthumbs


Annastay Wrote:A less complicated puzzle? Wink

maybe Wink
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