lightrate commented on '004_111'

You can get the Logist0 ugen here:

lightrate commented on 'radio tunner and harmonica'

line 73: should be

lightrate commented on 'sandlizard'

Very emotional

lightrate commented on 'Homopolar generator (head end power for electronic train heating)'

Mad. Skills.

lightrate commented on 'Amplitude modulation with a Rossler attractor.'

I get the error message: "Variable 'freqs' not defined"

LFSaw added code 'Ambience Maker'

Create (atm. constant) wind and rain. Infinite possibilities! Easily expandable! A breeze!

Getting ready to be five (/four)

Next Friday I’m going to to be taking part in a 24 hour online algorave event wearefive to celebrate five years of the algorave movement. By accident or design I’m on back to back with co¥ᄀpt (aka Sean Cotterill) who is one of only a couple of us livecoding in pure SuperCollider, rather than the by-now overwelmingly popular TidalCycles.

Sean has been putting together an interesting set of pages on his approach to livecoding in SC, particularly on the things that need to be set up beforehand. I’ve evolved some similar ideas myself, perhaps little a less organised and more hacky. For interest, I’ve put my current setup files with comments on and also a wee example of the kind of code I use.

Admittedly, some of this won’t make sense without the particular arrangement of samples and loops that I use. I’ve recently hit upon the idea of using an array of 32 different drum samples organised roughly in the following pattern:

00 a bass drum sound
01 hi hat
02 a snare
03 a different hi hat (or other hit)
04 a different bass drum sound
… etc

That way, I can make a basic un-ta-ka-ta beat just by stepping through all 32, or segments thereof:

Pseq(~arrayOfHits, inf)
Pseq(~arrayOfHits[4..7], inf)

I’ve also discovered some really quite good longer patterns with this layout, using Pslide:


Guess we’ll see how all of this sounds at the rather unravy time of 0800 GMT next Friday!

tedthetrumpet added code 'Draft code for wearefive'

Work-in-progress code for wearefive – works alongside setup code also posted here.

tedthetrumpet added code 'Livecode setup, with comments'

My personal setup file for livecoding as at 8/03/2017, with some explanatory comments

tedthetrumpet added code 'lcode07synths.scd'

collection of synths I'm using for livecoding as at 8/03/2017