From the now-defunct Ruby Best Practices blog (now superseded by Practicing Ruby )
Tracks are rolling out slowly to assorted outlets to make them easier to find and listen to.
Check out Neurogami on Spotify as well.
As always, read the Spotify ToS and decide if it is something with which you are OK. This goes for any service provider.
You can still hear my music from various other places.
I’ve started releasing songs to more outlets.
You can find my track Across to (59th, 2 A.M.) on Amazon.
You should also be able to find it on Spotify as well.
Watch the video: Across to (59th, 2 A.M.) on Vimeo.
The tool is Master Muter.
In Renoise you can mute any of the tracks except the master track. If, for some reason, you want to mute the whole song, muting the master track would be ideal. If only.
To get around this, Master Muter adds a gainer device to the master track, sets it to total silence, and deactivates it.
The tool has its own OSC server. You can toggle that master gain device via custom OSC messages.
It’s a first release, so the usual caveats apply: May have bugs, may not work, might get a name change.
I'm ever so slowly working on a set of short, to-the-point e-books focused on technology for artists and other hackers.
I've already published Just the Best Parts: OSC for Artists
You can also visit the James Britt Amazon author page.
My brother Gerry has written an outstanding collection of essays about his travels in Ireland.
I'm an artist, writer, musician, and technologist living in Scottsdale, Arizona.
I like to see a strong Phoenix community of creative, inventive people, and helped start Refresh Phoenix (now sadly defunct), Ignite Phoenix, Refactor Phoenix, Barcamp Phoenix, AZ Hackers, and the Phoenix Ruby User Group.
To reach me, see my About page.