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Twilight Luminaries

by Alexander Zhagun-Linnik on 26 Feb'19 07:53 in simple random endless generative algorithmic sequence polyphonic

Twilight Luminaries is an endless generative composition based on random polyphonic sequences. While it has some hard limitations like fixed note

KickandBass

by Scott L Simon on 05 Jan'19 06:16 in gui patterns synth

Another small GUI performance module. Builds on a 303 from the helpfiles with a few changes.

aurora borealis

by nicolaariutti on 27 Dec'18 08:50 in ambient atmosphere

Random synths selected from VarSaw, Pulse and WhiteNoise create a texture resambling brasses, woods and flutes. It reminds me Micheal Land "The Dig"

SynthDEFaults

by unknown on 13 Aug'18 19:57 in percussion drums organ synthdef piano tradicional instrumens woodwind brass

SynthDEFaults - A Collection of Tradicional SynthDefs- //under GNU GPL 3 as per SuperCollider license //Organized by Zé Craum //This is the firs

sound | harmonics

by yotamorimoto on 24 Jul'18 05:17 in additive synthesis harmonics

web experiments http://yota.tehis.net/webX

farfisa organ like sound

by nicolaariutti on 10 Jun'18 06:38 in organ violin synthetic flute

Trying to procedurally synthetise a violin, I eventually came out with a "Farfisa" organ like sound. It can be used also as a flute!

audio transitions

by 56228375 on 19 Aug'17 05:06 in transition tutorial effects

Code used in the blog article about audio transitions https://technogems.blogspot.be/2017/08/audio-transitions-in-supercollider.html The program pro

Scoring a movie with supercollider

by 56228375 on 12 Aug'17 05:34 in osc synchronization movie timeline blender

This is the supercollider code used in the tutorial about creating a generative movie score with supercollider and blender. The tutorial itself is loc

Scribble Squiggle

by 56228375 on 09 Aug'17 09:40 in squiggle record play

Alternative way of squiggling: instead of modeling the squiggle with math formulas you can also just draw it by mouse, record it and then play it back

Those were the times

by 56228375 on 04 Aug'17 07:21 in pmono brown noise

When this generative song was released in 2342 it immediately rose to the top spot of the intergalactic U2B channel, easily breaking the all time reco

forlorn brownian atmosphere

by david_morgan on 22 Jul'17 02:03 in generative

Requires sc3-plugins: DFM1, Greyhole, JPverb

Crap jazz

by badnumbersmusic on 26 May'17 13:49 in jazz algorithmic

A bassline with a randomish jazz thing over the top.

DFM & Greyhole dronin'

by LFSaw on 11 May'17 08:13 in drone jit

Exploring sonic possibilities of the DFM and Greyhole UGens.

reception: awesome (1)

Apocalyptic Visions

by Akash Kumar on 15 Mar'16 01:47 in visions

For my MUSC-115 Final. I decided that I would try to remake all that I could from Visions (my first song that I produced). It was a challenge to get t

SeekerHit

by Modanung on 28 Nov'15 20:54 in scifi soundeffect camp value bleep laser zap jetsons code fork hexon

Seekers are something you should avoid. I put this code through Rakarrack to get some samples for heXon. heXon is a FOSS dual stick arcade shooter a

A couplse of noise functions

by rumush on 22 Oct'15 05:34 in ambient noise

A couple of short noise functions

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

No Quarter pluck synth bass sound

by wondersluyter on 16 May'15 18:41 in bass synth pluck

In response to http://sound.stackexchange.com/questions/35138/help-me-make-a-patch-for-this-bass-stab-pluck Listen at http://ericsluyter.com/sounds

Scanned Synthesis Visualisation

by Matthew Kane on 25 Feb'14 17:39 in scanned synthesis visualization

Visualization of scanned string synthesis.

reception: gui (1)scanned synthesis (1)visualization (1)

The Collatz Scale

by henklass on 08 Jan'14 08:37 in collatzproblem notenumbers tonality

Some time ago a did a thing on a series of numbers, that, as I learned later, was officially called the Collatz problem and it can be found on the Onl

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