ohai!!! just moving in. i do a lot of different art related things in whatever mix of mediums fits the bill atm. lots of 3d and audio design. i'm working on a game when i have the time.
Hey, friends! Happy to be here. I am an independent musician and producer based out of Hawaii. I make Electronic music that lands somewhere in the genres of Ambient, Trip-Hop, Downtempo, Dance, Chill, Lounge, Experimental, and Noise. I hope you will check out my work! :)
Hello, folx! I'm interested in doing livecoding on micro-controllers and micro-controller based synths like the Korg NTS-1. Anything smaller than a single-board computer that has an SDK is fair game. There are a few micro-controllers - Daisy Seed and Teensy - that can be coded via Faust or Pure Data or MAX/MSP via a pre-processor, but I want something with a serial or serial-over-USB interactive / interpretive user interface like ChucK or Sonic Pi. Is there anything out there? I've got a way to build something from the ground up myself, targeting the Daisy Seed, Teensy 4.1 and Raspberry Pi Pico, but that would take a bit of time and then I'd have to teach everyone how to use it.
Hi everyone, Introducing myself. I'm Kasper (kaosbeat/kaotec) , part of H.AL.I.C., live coding visuals since long. Now moving into live coding sound as well. Good to see this place popping up, looking forward to see what you're up to...
Hi everyone. Just wanted to intruduce myself. I'm a computer musician making: various forms of electro-funk and bass music, ambiental drone, noise and sonic experiments, expanded cinema and video projects. I also do queer performance, run a small local Creative Commons netlabel Kamizdat w/ boutique physical releases, and I'm a heavy user of FLOSS & Linux. I'm huge fan of fediverse and I run sonomu.club and toot.si Mastodon instances.
hello everyone :-) just wanted to share some update since my last post here. I have been working a bit more on my WIP experimental environment for [collaborative or not] live coding. I call it c0l1v3 and you can check it out here The documentation is
clang.gg friends! long time no see? speak? i've been working on game dev things, but this evening took a much needed break and dove back into tidal cycles with a little dance tunes
Hi clangers, I thought I'd share a relatively unique and successful experience I've been facilitating the last 12 months (our 1 year anniversary is this week!), which is a weekly collaborative livecoding jam session. As a regular player of analog ins
This podcast interview with shared by on the joys of #livecoding will be a great listen when I'm scrubbing pots later on.
hello everyone- excited to start using this site, i'm a composer/sound designer in Sheffield UK using tidal + pd + cdp and other stuff to make noise :) here's my album from last year: and here's my radio show exploring new music: (feel free to send s
Hello everyone! So happy to find an inclusive community of livecoders and noise makers. I'd like to introduce myself and my work by sharing two videos, the first one recorded last week during an online performance for the Toplap Berlin Algorave that
hey all, I discovered this site via Marc 's post. Design is ace, and posts have been really interesting. Thanks for putting it together ! I've been working on my own live coding environment for about 5 years now, called Soundb0ard. I presented it at the Audio Dev Conf this year - video and most recently performed with it for the Tidal Club Longest Night event Looking forward to reading more about what everyone else is working on!
Here's a browser-based live coding environment I've built called Facet which connects to Max/MSP: Ever since the initial release of Facet v0.1.0 in May 2021, I've done all my generative audio work (~50GB total) with it. Of course it's not perfect, bu
Hey everyone. Here's something I've been working on these last few years. It's a music composition and performance system based in Max. It's a standalone patch which I can use to compose, sequence, synthesize and mix all the sounds, and it was made w
Making my first post here at clang.gg. I'm really excited that the Teletype module from Monome, along with some associated items, has been ported over to the VCV Rack platform. Teletype allows for livecoding within VCV Rack using simple scripts. The
"FED BACK" (v.6) is an audio/visual patch I've been programming for awhile (yes I know, it's entirely messy / lots can be encapsulated (was mid editing session for this pic)). the audio isn't entirely impressive just yet (in a melodic/harmonic sense)