"SID Pleasant"

"SID Pleasant" [mp3 removed -- please listen on Bandcamp]

Two versions of the ADDAC Wav Player Eurorack module are used here (101 and 111).
They are played simultaneously. In the first part they are triggered by the Expert Sleepers ES-40 computer-to-cv module (gate outputs, playing in Ableton). In part two they are triggered by the Doepfer A-155 sequencer. Drums, bass, and percussion from Ableton and Octatrack sample kits were added.
The samples in the ADDAC are from NI Battery's "OpaSID" and OpenSource" kits. Commodore 64 game-y sounds predominate here but that was somewhat accidental. Was just running with the samples (haphazardly loaded into the modules) that sounded best.
Arranged and recorded in Ardour (Linux version). Some loop-wrangling was done in Ableton (W7).

Update: Minor tweaks; re-uploaded.

postmortem from the sanders side

Some people who considered Clinton the "lesser evil" candidate tarred everyone else (Sanders supporters, Greens, Libertarians) as "Trump voters." They're still doing it -- a less contrite bunch you will not find.

As Carl Beijer notes, Sanders himself is taking the high road after Clinton's defeat but that shouldn't stanch criticism of a lousy campaign by his supporters. (Which the news media is predictably tut-tut-ing about.)

It's pretty easy to understand why they would be angry: by just about every metric imaginable, Hillary Clinton led one of the worst presidential campaigns in modern history. It was a profoundly reactionary campaign, built entirely on rolling back the horizons of the politically possible, fracturing left solidarity, undermining longstanding left priorities like universal healthcare, pandering to Wall Street oligarchs, fomenting nationalism against Denmark and Russia, and rehabilitating some of history's greatest monsters - from Bush I to Kissinger. It was a grossly unprincipled campaign that belligerently violated FEC Super PAC coordination rules and conspired with party officials on everything from political attacks to debate questions...