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
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
A demonstration of transitioning between notes in a sequence, by pulsewidth modulation.
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.
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 :)
A hopefully more-or-less comprehensive collection of all the sctweets I've posted to http://twitter.com/headcube
reflection on seasonal change )
evolution of [this](http://sccode.org/1-1c)
Just experimental sketch of somewhere audio background.
p.s. some random variations on each run.
This is one of the first piece of code I written when i began to learn SC (precisely, the piece number 8)
based on tweet by Michael Winkler
background sound inspired by rukano [tweet](http://goo.gl/ttj30)
Taking the Dub echo by Bjorn and putting some ping poing to it :)