Thanks everyone for joining this SuperCollider meetup! Here is a quick summary of the links that were posted in the chat.
live coding and collaboration
@vitreo12 posted a live coding dialect he has been working on called AlgaLib
Daniel Karlssons setup for LAN party style laptop orchestra sessions, so that scusers can play together more like a band [https://raw.githubusercontent.com/danielmkarlsson/scd/master/remote%20server%20control.scd]
Relevant to this, Luke Nihlen posted his work with developing frameworks for laptop orchestras in SCLOrkHub
Georgios shared notes from his experiments with Ross Bencinas OscGroups here
Luke posted a link to NINJAM as something that many people was using during the pandemic.
igor posted a link to Troop
Luke Nihlen update on
Luke’s work with Hadron and sclint is coming along with many exiting challenges arising.
He invites more people to join in the develoment efforts.
One quite severe bug in the interpreter of sclang was found (edit: this was en error on my side, please see Luke’s reply later in this topic for clarification), which he describes here
If anyone are interested in contributing to the develpoment you are most welcome to join, but it is an advantage that you have some proficiency with either network programming, compiler design, and preferrably C++.
One book Luke recommends for getting into designing programming languages is [https://craftinginterpreters.com/] by Robert Nystrom
Machine learning, Flucoma
Yann talked about his work using Flucoma and will post his findings on this forum later.
Francesco has been involved in developing the Flucoma library and linked to the forum
Another library for audio analysis was posten by Mike McCrea, Nick Collins’ SCMIR
Marcin P. Paczkowski posted a link to a piece he made made using accelerometer, Flucoma, machine learning and spatial sound: [https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/692969078]
Daniel Karlsson posted a promotion for Notam’s upcoming workshop in building a Benjolin Eurorack module.
MikeMcCrea posted a link to a paper that presents methods for spatial sound related to machine learning.
Daniel Karlsson posted Mads Kjeldgaard’s safer version of Alejandro Olartes Benjolin: [A safer version of Alejandro Olartes benjolin · GitHub]
Please check out Camilla’s streaming on twitch, [Twitch], next stream on Tuesday at 7:30 PM GMT+2.
igor medeiros posted the Plainsound Harmonic Space Calculator
Nathan Ho talked about acreil YouTube channel, where he presents music and pure data patches based on just intonation.
David Morgan posted an interview with acreil.
Daniel Karlsson posted the last granular synth that ever has to be made, HourGlass, which you can control using OSC.
Last but not least, Nathan Ho have been working with many different approaches to modeliing analog sythesis circuits on SuperCollider, which he will post here on scsynth in the near future, so make sure to check that out when it comes. I see that he has already posted on in this topic.