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joa...@verona.se

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Mar 22, 2024, 4:17:17 PMMar 22
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https://soundcloud.com/joakimv/you-will-pack-what-you-need

https://gitlab.com/jave/sylt-core

The code has improved bark driver, and some stuff to manage tracks in
the loseq sequencer from emacs.
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Arne Brasseur

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Mar 25, 2024, 4:54:07 AMMar 25
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Thanks for sharing! I didn't know about bark.

Seems like everyone at some point creates their own sequencer for overtone. It's a bit of a blind spot IMO. Recursively looping with at is a little too tedious.

I have at least five different iterations/implementations sitting around... I'd like to have a closer look at the patterns library for SuperCollider, see how they do this kind of thing. I'm also starting to play more with demand ugens, let the server do the sequencing.



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joa...@verona.se

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Mar 25, 2024, 9:53:34 AMMar 25
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Arne Brasseur <arne.b...@gmail.com> writes:

> Thanks for sharing! I didn't know about bark.
>
> Seems like everyone at some point creates their own sequencer for overtone. It's a bit of a blind spot IMO. Recursively
> looping with at is a little too tedious.

Yes, it is kind of charming to be able to do your own sequencer withouth
too much work, which I guess is why everyone does it :)

I think mine deserves points for being the quirkiest one :)

> I have at least five different iterations/implementations sitting around... I'd like to have a closer look at the
> patterns library for SuperCollider, see how they do this kind of thing. I'm also starting to play more with demand ugens,
> let the server do the sequencing.

That sounds really interesting!

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> On Fri, 22 Mar 2024 at 21:17, <joa...@verona.se> wrote:
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> https://soundcloud.com/joakimv/you-will-pack-what-you-need
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> https://gitlab.com/jave/sylt-core
>
> The code has improved bark driver, and some stuff to manage tracks in
> the loseq sequencer from emacs.
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> Joakim Verona
> joa...@verona.se
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Kenneth Flak

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Mar 25, 2024, 3:26:31 PMMar 25
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On Monday, March 25, 2024 at 3:53:34 PM UTC+2 Joakim Verona wrote:
Arne Brasseur <arne.b...@gmail.com> writes:

> Thanks for sharing! I didn't know about bark.
>
> Seems like everyone at some point creates their own sequencer for overtone. It's a bit of a blind spot IMO. Recursively
> looping with at is a little too tedious.

Yes, it is kind of charming to be able to do your own sequencer withouth
too much work, which I guess is why everyone does it :)

I think mine deserves points for being the quirkiest one :)

> I have at least five different iterations/implementations sitting around... I'd like to have a closer look at the
> patterns library for SuperCollider, see how they do this kind of thing. I'm also starting to play more with demand ugens,
> let the server do the sequencing.
I'm using the pattern library in  SC for everything. Super useful! I see that the cl-collider guys have implemented a version of it in common lisp https://github.com/defaultxr/cl-patterns. Might be worth checking out how they've done it for some inspiration ...?
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