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Héliodrome c’est la rencontre du rappeur Khyro (ex Atach Tatuq/Traumaturges) et du multi-instrumentiste YPL en 2006. La ... rencontre également du rap et de la musique expérimentale d’une façon encore jamais vraiment explorée. Au fil des ans, Héliodrome s'est transformé avec l’arrivée d’Éric Gingras, Pierre-Guilhem Roudet au trombone et Samuel Bobony aux drums. ... more more

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Apple has released an iOS update, iOS 11.3, which allows users to monitor the battery health of their device and turn off “performance management” if they choose.

The feature, as you’ll notice when you follow these steps, is still in beta. Users will see a measurement of their batteries’ capacity compared to when it was new, displayed as apercentage. In addition, users have the option to turn off Apple’s “performance management” battery feature – otherwise known as the mechanism through which Apple can throttle the battery power on your phone.

“Users can now see if the power management feature that dynamically manages maximum performance to prevent unexpected shutdowns, first introduced in iOS 10.2.1, is on and can choose to turn it off,” Apple said in a statement.

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Apple has noted in the past that this feature would only kick in if a phone with a weakened battery were to unexpectedly crash. USA Today reports that users whose phone batteries are in a reduced state of operation (battery power can only operate at a lower capacity compared to when the phone was purchased), will receive a message to inform them that the device’s performance is being managed to prevent unexpected shutdowns.

While the new update offers users the option to disable performance management, Apple recommends that iPhone owners leave the feature on.

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(Extra bonus score: sampled chirps from 1992 RPG game Ultima 7: The Black Gate – as if this weren’t enough of a nerd singularity already.)

The basic notion is that the keyboard and display – with nothing else – were the best entry point into algorithmic sequencing and musical composition.

I’ll be honest, I’m surprised to see “computer” has so often become a bad word in certain circles. This is a topic for another post. Let’s at least say that “computer” with a small ‘c’ can mean any number of computational devices – including those with very narrow purpose. The criticism seems to center on “Computer” as the general purpose item. The broad scope of, say, a MacBook is both what attracts and repels – depending on your point of view.

Regardless, even as coding interface, there is a limited language to learn. A fixed command set works in tandem with the control voltage outs. You can use variables, but this isn’t Csound in your modular (that’s been done elsewhere, naturally). It’s more that the display/keyboard combo seemed a nice way of creating flexible controls economically.

There is a huge, and very sensible, thread on the monome forum. Don’t be scared of “forum” — the monome community is friendly enough that the entire conversation makes a nice read. monome have cultivated a thoughtful crowd:

Monome Teletype and Walk [lines]

teletype is an “algorithmic ecosystem” for US$480 including a nice keyboard. walk, with two included footswitches, is $140. Both ship middle of this month, with documentation trickling out.

Brian also gives a shout out to Whimsical Raps , the select modules that make up the entirety of the system in the video. He tells CDM,

“trent is looking way past spartan building blocks (filters and oscillators) to make exceptionally musical instruments, by thoughtfully considering where controls should be and features combined for usability. they’re remarkably full, not instantly making you realize you need to go buy more modules to have something playable.”

And that’s clearly at the heart of Brian’s module here, too. It’s not about an endless stream of uni-tasking boxes to bolt together. It’s about finding a single generative instrument in its simplest possible form. (That’s not really to criticize other modules – I think there’s simply a difference in approach.)

I have to admire the results, really irrespective of whether I would personally use them. Brian has created something that is really unlike any other particular module – or particular software/computer combination.

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