Archive for January, 2016

Book Review – Handwriting and Homeopathy

Written by on January 23, 2016 in Book Review, Homeopathy with 0 Comments

Title:¬†Handwriting and Homeopathy Author: Dr.Ulrich Welte Publisher:¬†Narayana Verlag Year: 2005 This book is a recent addition to my library. It is a large-format book, hard bound and fairly heavy! I bought this book because the idea of using¬† handwriting to discover clues about the suitable homeopathic remedy seems quite interesting. Readers may be familiar with […]

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How to Use Reaktor with Opusmodus

Written by on January 8, 2016 in LISP, Music, Programming with 0 Comments
How to Use Reaktor with Opusmodus

For those of you who do not know about Opusmodus (OM), it is a very powerful and flexible algorithmic music composition environment built in Lisp. It is available for the Mac. Today I wanted to understand how to make Opusmodus communicate with Reaktor 6 to play some tunes. The built-in documentation gives a couple of […]

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Lisp: Returning Multiple Values From A Function

Written by on January 6, 2016 in LISP, Programming with 0 Comments

One of the interesting features of Lisp is its support for returning multiple values from a function, without bundling the values in a special container. Languages such as Python and Ruby support multi-value return (although there are subtle differences from Lisp). In C++11, we can use std::make_tuple() and std::tie(). To take an example, in Lisp, […]

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