I tried to help a friends friend to find some suitable recording of rain and thunder on the net, but I ended up coding this up for him instead, and he
A pretty simple Dub echo, approximating something like the [Space Echo](https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Space_Echo) made popular by Kin
based on my glitch folk tweets, added handclaps and shaman drumming.
Another Star Wars inspired sound effect.
Room for improvement: this does not really give the sense of two lightsabers engaging in combat, there shoul
A demonstration of transitioning between notes in a sequence, by pulsewidth modulation.
reflection on seasonal change )
Let's travel back in time to summer 2010: a new, evil sound comes to the stadiums of South Africa and the streets of football-loving cities.
Using filtered feedback with a noise input to produce a tone. Some bass notes turn a little noisy if the freq is left at one value for a few seconds.
old school noise from needle on vinyl
An attempt to replicate the snare from "It's More Fun To Compute" by, err... somebody please remind me.
As usual, it's close but no cigar.
based on tweet by Michael Winkler
Having a smashing time with SuperCollider. I revised this SynthDef - the newest / best one is at the top and my previous version is below.
p.s. I sto
A simulation of holding an electric guitar up to the amplifier, creating feedback. Press the mouse button to activate the whammy bar :)
evolution of [this](http://sccode.org/1-1c)
Just experimental sketch of somewhere audio background.
p.s. some random variations on each run.
background sound inspired by rukano [tweet](http://goo.gl/ttj30)
A hopefully more-or-less comprehensive collection of all the sctweets I've posted to http://twitter.com/headcube
This is one of the first piece of code I written when i began to learn SC (precisely, the piece number 8)
Taking the Dub echo by Bjorn and putting some ping poing to it :)