Thanks to @Zegnat and @sebsel for finding some new new edges case in Webmention discovery that deserve new tests!The new test, #22, advertises its Webmention endpoint with a URL that is relative to the page (e.g. <link rel="webmention" href="22/webmention">). The existing relative URL tests were absolute paths (e.g. <link rel="webmention" href="/test/22/webmention">).
Day 34. I started this one by listening to a Logic Pro loop that I liked. I tried to recreate parts of it as an experiment to see what it would take. I started with two synths playing the chord progression in two different octaves. I added a clip distortion filter to make them sound more dirty. I wanted them to sound like they were pulsing on the beat, except I wanted the volume to drop on the beat to punctuate the sound instead of having them get louder on the beat. To do that, I added a silent drum track that just hits a bass drum every beat, and used this as the input to a compressor so that the compressor would think there was sound on the beat and clamp down on the synth tracks. This results in the tracks getting quiet on the beat, and coming back up again on the off-beats.