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Re: sloth canons [Pattern Extension]

by tom.dugovic on 23 Apr'22 22:21 in code fork sloth canon

Save this as an extension and recompile class library. You can now use `Psloth([0,1,0], 10)`, for example, instead of declaring a new routine for each

monzos + sloth patch

by eli.rosenkim on 20 Apr'22 13:37 in just intonation monzo sloth canon fractals

fun patch using sloth canons to control places of a monzo

sloth canons

by eli.rosenkim on 20 Apr'22 13:36 in fractal just intonation sloth canon

routine that takes a seed and generates a self-similar sloth canon with it by adding each term to each term, better explained in this blog post: https

fraction2basimal

by eli.rosenkim on 20 Apr'22 13:28 in formant just intonation hordijk basimal decimal partch integers

function that extracts repeating digits in "basimal" representations of ratios

mutronome (brownian motion of beats)

by eli.rosenkim on 20 Apr'22 13:23 in rhythm metronome brownian relabi

beat absolute locations rather than deltas meander randomly each cycle

exhaustive MIDI debugger

by soundlake on 21 Jul'21 16:58 in midi

Inspired by https://sccode.org/1-5co Written in 3.11.2. All arguments are labeled. Source ID becomes more human-readable format; MIDIEndPoint.devi

[SIMPLE] Random Pad Generator

by Checco Ruseo on 17 Sep'20 06:40 in gui random pad

A random pad generation thing. Every time you click EXECUTE, a pad with a certain number of melodic lines is generated using the parameters in the G

FxChain class

by kennethflak on 26 Feb'20 09:36 in utilities effectchains

A relatively lightweight way for me to quickly add effects. Not very advanced, but it gets the job done. The effect synths are supposed to do the job

Simple wrapper class for VSTPlugin

by david_morgan on 29 Dec'19 13:41 in

This is a class to streamline some of the boilerplate code for wiring up the VSTPlugin extension. It is intended to make using VSTPlugin with a NodePr

reception: jitlib (1)vst (1)

sync looper

by olavovianna on 02 Mar'18 05:51 in sync looper pedal

synchronized loop

creating rhythms

by Fredrik Olofsson on 09 Oct'17 03:04 in markov chain euclidean permutations partitions

from the book 'Creating Rhythms' by Stefan Hollos & J. Richard Hollos http://abrazol.com/books/rhythm1 ported from c to supercollider related class

reception: useful (1)

granular AM synthesis

by 56228375 on 18 Feb'17 19:06 in gui patterns osc amplitude modulation granular synthesis visualization

My first composition that goes beyond tweaking documentation examples. It uses a kind of granular synthesis where each grain is a short AM synthesized

Re: Launchpad Spiral

by grirgz on 21 May'16 14:07 in code fork

For the challenge, let's make the path algorithmically =)

MCElectronique.sc

by brianlheim on 21 May'15 14:23 in random chaotic meta code generation automatic

MCElectronique.sc (Meta-Composer or Meta-Coder Electronique) is a tool for finding inspiration and humor in random but interesting output. Essentially

The Beasties

by henklass on 16 Jan'15 12:56 in science life simulator

A life simulator. Beasties are running across the screen, eating, finding a mate and eventually dying. Every event has its own sound.

reception: cool (1)awesome (1)

Makam_tester

by mahatGma on 16 Dec'14 17:39 in maqam music trainer

In Divisions - Midterm: Plunderphonics with Granular Sampling (musc-9-plunderphonics)

by Jonathan Coon on 30 Oct'14 03:40 in electronic supercollider code granular granular synthesis sampling granular sampling musc9plunderphonics underoath ardour plunderphonics music computer

This track was created using SuperCollider and using granular sampling. The sampled track is In Division (Toxic Avenger Remix) by Underoath. The sampl

Molecular music box 2

by grirgz on 27 Aug'14 20:27 in pattern generative molecular

Same algo, but instead of picking the next note in the scale, it take the next event in an event pattern, much more possibilities, I have fun for hour

Molecular music box

by grirgz on 27 Aug'14 18:31 in pattern generative molecular

Inspired by this post http://www.kimri.org/blog/?p=487 I rewritten the algo to use more the patterns, so it's generated on the fly and it's easy to cu

Re: The Sounds of Fibonacci

by ttsesmetzis on 18 Mar'14 12:42 in code fork mathematics research

Pisano periods for rythmic patterns.

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