Strange Findings

The Artist

I’ve always known that my works deserve to be shown in an exhibition. The only problem here is that I’ve never had any works to display. But now it happens anyway: my automatic erotic-poetry generator (it’s in Hebrew, don’t worry) is on display in Israel’s first code-art exhibition, Code-Code.
Maybe now, after gaining some well deserved recognition, I should learn some art.

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Once Upon a Time, in Iran

Me and my younger brother, 1977 or so, Iran:

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Mad on the Moon

I’ve ran into this site years ago, but every time I wanted to show it to someone, I failed to remember the address. So here it is – the best and final proof that the moon landing was just a cheap hoax by NASA.

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Internal Beauty

I’ve always suspected that I’m beautiful not only on the outside.



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Plug and Play

If you’re not into writing VST plugins, or don’t know what they are, this post isn’t for you. Really. Get out. Don’t prolong your suffering. Out, I said. Out!
So. Up until now I used to write VST plugins in Delphi. I got some very satisfying results, including a very complicated self-script-supporting modular synth system, but, well, all my algorithms are written in Pascal, which is all nice and dandee until one needs to copy them to a non-Pascal environment. So I’ve been wanting to write’em in C++ for quite a long time, but never got to it.
The original VST SDK is, of course, in C++, but the graphic-design option is simply a disaster. Borland’s C++Builder would be a very good tool, but for some reason it always refused to compile anything with even remotely resembled a VST plugin.
But not anymore. I found out how to do it, and in order to allow everyone to join the party, I created a demo project, source included, and put it online. Here.
Enjoy, people.
(I should also update my VST Plugins page, which is horribly outdated now. I hope I find the time anytime soon.)

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