Now I've hooked up a feed of the main mixer from my modular and now stream it on the net. You can all listen to the wacky machine.
You can listen to it at http://www.paulsop.com:8000/radio1.m3u
Here is a pic of what is making the sound (more or less):
Tonight's (and probably for the next few days) selection is minimal: 4 noise sources: white, pink, +/-, and + from a Modcan 07a. The +/- and + outputs are sent to a Moog 904a lowpass and lovely glassy late model Arp Odyssey 4072 (Modcan 36a). These sounds are then sent to the Quadraphonic 33a surround position module (LFO's decide what the positioning is), and also through, to various modulated extents, two Ibanez AD202 delays and a super cheezy Pioneer SR202 reverb. Envelopes and triggering is from Metalbox. Each day or so I'll tweak it (requests?) and keep it streaming something new.
I'm working on levels so it may be too loud/quiet. There's no compression or anything. Just the modular->Motu Traveller->to stream. Let me know how it sounds? I am terrible with levels.
The modular is always on, and always squawking out something. Can't guarantee it'll be any good, but as far as I know, it's the first 24/7 modular source, so "yayz me!" It's all licensed under Creative Commons Attribution, so samples can of course be used.
Now, if other folk want to try something like this, I have plenty of bandwidth to host their radio streams. We could even make a 'meta modular' where we could, in real time, mix various modular streams (in a modular of course), and stream that out :)