Early release: ddwLivecodeInstruments
Just released: An early version of a new SuperCollider Quark,
ddwLivecodeInstruments, a set of ready-to-play instruments for my
Chucklib-livecode system. Along with this, I’ve added a Tutorial
section to the Chucklib-livecode
which uses the new instruments to get users started quickly.
I’m looking for testers to read the tutorial, try the examples,
and play with them. Details below the jump.
Chucklib-livecode runs in
SuperCollider, version 3.8 or
above. (Version 3.7 might work but is not extensively tested with this suite.)
Chucklib-livecode Installation instructions are in the PDF manual. All
the required components are released as
Quarks. If you’ve
installed git version-control software, SuperCollider can download
and install Quarks automatically, so I recommend:
don’t need to run anything in git — just have it installed.
Launch SuperCollider (IDE - Integrated Development Environment).
If I’ve set up the quark dependencies correctly, it should go fetch
all the pieces automatically. This might take some time, and you won’t
get much feedback onscreen. Be patient.
Then skip ahead in the manual to the Tutorial.
Here’s one of the tutorial examples, playing a beat on an 808-ish
TempoClock.tempo = 124/60;
/hhh = ".-.-.-.-";
/tsn = " - -";
/dk = "o| o| _o |";
// mixing board
/hhh => MCG(0);
/tsn => MCG(1);
/dk => MCG(2);
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