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Insane Multitude of Vibrations

By enkid0 on July 5, 2020 9:54 pm

Bzz, plop, bang, zouup.

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July 19, 2020 2:35 am

Oooheee, my little experiments in the past with Sonic Pi did not lead to this level of interest. Not. At. All. Love it.

July 20, 2020 11:01 pm

For me, it's a simple snippet of code included in the Sonic Pi tutorial which started it all! It's a great tool but I begin to feel limited by the low number of synths and their lack of possible customization. Well, I'm probably just lying to myself, I'm very far from having explored all of its possibities... It's just that I'm enticed by Super Collider.

I'll still probably stick to Pi for most of this year, though.

July 21, 2020 1:26 am
enkid0 wrote:

For me, it's a simple snippet of code included in the Sonic Pi tutorial which started it all! It's a great tool but I begin to feel limited by the low number of synths and their lack of possible customization. Well, I'm probably just lying to myself, I'm very far from having explored all of its possibities... It's just that I'm enticed by Super Collider.

I'll still probably stick to Pi for most of this year, though.

SuperCollider is amazing. Sonic Pi does seem to be a) much more accessible, particularly with its loop capacity, and b) much more limited because it uses pre-built SCSynth stuff.

I just removed Sonic Pi from my computer the other day but maybe I'll give it some more time and energy and join your discord - I'll let you know if I do!

July 21, 2020 6:13 am

Sonic Pi is great for live coding and as a teaching tool. I plan to use it to help students learn coding in a fun way, sooo I'll keep it in my toolbox for sure!

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