Another Star Wars inspired sound effect.
Room for improvement: this does not really give the sense of two lightsabers engaging in combat, there shoul
I aimed for the sound of a creaky door but fell a little short - you be the judge.
reflection on seasonal change )
A drone insect-string from:
Achtung! High pitch and loud!
Concept: instead of having 3 sustained tones making up a triad, how about having several tones that jump to the notes at random? If a number of these
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.
evolution of [this](http://sccode.org/1-1c)
Still trying to find more so I can have a collection of all my tweets here
my collection of tweets. see http://twitter.com/redFrik
updated 130513 with tweet0110-0136
updated 131125 with tweet0137-0167
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SC tweets collection from the SC symposium London 2012
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 hopefully more-or-less comprehensive collection of all the sctweets I've posted to http://twitter.com/headcube
Just experimental sketch of somewhere audio background.
p.s. some random variations on each run.
A thunderstorm, made with SuperCollider. There are three layers of sounds: rain, wind and thunder.
There is a global envelope controlling the densit
Put your sound files in the sound file folder. The code plays random sound files panned out in the stereo field. A swarm of sound files.
Came across this when browsing through my SC files. An attempt at emulating an old, dusty record including pops and crackles.