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gadu



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 1:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I just google "audio programming language" on November 2014... the charismatic On the fly programming magnetize my mouse Cool than the strongly time based audio programming language...as doing staff with time. so now I am NewBe with it.
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d3cline



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2015 5:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Saw the TED talk a few months ago. Coming from a programming world with a little music from High School (played drums and bass, but never really good, am 30 yeas old now...), am a HID 'hacker' in the sense that I have been modifying my own game controllers for years for games and dabbled in robotics too. When I saw the HID examples in the TED talk I was totally stoked. Been playing around with chuck for a few months now. I bought a Harmonix drum set for the game Rock Band today at a thrift store for $5 and already have it mostly programmed, now dreaming up new things to do with it. It seems like I have wanted this language to exist for years. When I was learning music in High School I always felt out of my element, musicians tend to be elitist (no THIS is how you tune the guitar, mannn) but with this stuff I feel in control, I totally dig the freedom it allows. Plus now I am the elitist since I have a good base in programming and HID.
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doublestop



Joined: Aug 11, 2016
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2016 5:10 pm    Post subject: Just joined your class on Kandenze!
Subject description: Liking this language!
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Having learned to code many many moons ago in C++, using this interface seems like it will be very easy to pick up! I confess my motive for taking the course now is due to a future class I want to take that looks really fun! It's a class on on composition using an "Electronic Prepared Piano".. which caught my interest when I read its course description! In any case, one of its listed pre-requisites is familiarity with ChucK - and the Instructor pointed all interested enrollee's to this class:

https://www.kadenze.com/courses/introduction-to-programming-for-musicians-and-digital-artists-iii .

And for all users who aren't familiar with Kadenze.com - Check it out!!! You can Audit courses for free .. or for a modest monthly fee, (REALLY MODEST!!! I am happy to say!) you can take the full courses with all the quizes, tests and assigned coursework and accreditation to go with it! And several of the originators of this ChucK language are teaching it!!!! So far I am quite happy and impressed with how well it is being taught!

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Digital Larry



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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 8:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I've goofed around with the FV-1 several years and wrote a software tool for making patches using graphical blocks instead of writing code. After awhile I got a little frustrated with the FV-1's limitations and got a Bela.

Then I began to read all sorts of stuff about general purpose DSP and somehow stumbled across Stk, the Synthesis Tool Kit upon which some aspects of Chuck are based (the uGens). Turns out I worked for a brief period of time at a company with Perry Cook 25 years ago.

Then I looked at Perry's web site where there was an announcement for the Kadenze class on Physical Models for synthesis. All of the assignments here use Chuck although the focus is on the synthesis rather than Chuck itself.

I play "real" instruments and I have done some composing using a DAW but my mindset does not allow me that level of concentration any more (something to do with having kids). I've also done some live looping and within the past year also got into modular synths as a result of my collaboration with the guys at Erica Synths in Latvia.

I'm thinking that Chuck might allow me to to develop a personalized performance environment where I can combine bits and pieces of thematic material and select them on the fly using MIDI or Wiimote. Also combining step sequencing from a Beatstep Pro connected to my little modular setup. And finally playing guitar on top of it all.
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