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Young Mr. Markov

by Paparde on 23 Feb'13 15:53 in markov chain

Composition using a markov chain and a violin sample. You can set probabilities for the notes to be generated by the markov chain (minor or major or r

BEASTS(Homunculus-Basilisk)

by Schemawound on 13 Jan'13 21:15 in dystimbria

"BEASTS(Homunculus-Basilisk)" By Schemawound Released by Dystimbria [http://Dystimbria.cc](http://Dystimbria.cc) All code by Jonathan Siemas

The Last Thing We Wanna Do

by mimetikmusic on 29 Dec'12 12:36 in tape experimental reich

A little homage to "Come Out" by Steve Reich.

AudioJournal

by Schemawound on 22 Dec'12 22:41 in disquiet junto disquiet junto

AudioJournal by Jonathan Siemasko http://www.schemawound.com/ Inspired by Disquiet Junto project 0051: http://disquiet.com/2012/12/20/disquiet

3D Scope

by rukano on 10 Dec'12 07:45 in scope plot 3d

This was inspired by http://sccode.org/1-1HR and a student wanted to do a 3D freq/spectrum plot over time. The colors are just for extra funkyness...

Unloop Antidote [Disquiet0048-libertederive]

by Schemawound on 07 Dec'12 00:32 in beat disquiet junto disquiet junto disquiet0048libertederive mechanical

Unloop Antidote [disquiet0048-libertederive] By Schemawound All code by Jonathan Siemasko All sound sampled from the releases mentioned below

Dawn and Mist

by sandrovale on 04 Dec'12 03:07 in ambient noise drone experimental

My first composition in Supercollider. The last part is produced live via the mic on your laptop: use headphones to avoid feedback.

SC Tweets collection

by andre on 10 Nov'12 18:01 in tweets

SC tweets collection from the SC symposium London 2012

more fun with patternproxies, feat. a hack to access internals of the EventStreamPlayer

by alln4tural on 25 Oct'12 11:39 in patterns patternproxies hacks

possibly too-detailed demo of using functions to generate patterns, and then a function to modify the internals of the resulting EventStreamPlayers wh

reception: cool (1)useful (1)

Granular display

by tommaisey on 14 Oct'12 22:13 in animation granular display

My first post to sccode! A display which visualises a granularised sound file. Each grain is represented by a dot which moves across the waveform of t

reception: educational (1)gui (2)nice (1)impressive (1)cool (1)granular (2)

Nooge

by rwentk on 13 Sep'12 21:04 in ambient analog generative infinite pentatonic moog svf chill

Sort of analog-ish non-shiny largo pads modulating forever.

reception: analog (1)relaxed (1)awesome (1)beautiful (1)va (1)wow (1)

arbitrary nonlinear filter

by mesmeon on 02 Sep'12 23:13 in nonlinear filter stochastic

run first code block, then second, then third. re-run third block to randomly generate a new array of filter parameters. processes standard audio in a

NX102 (La ment no té límits)

by computer.music.neix on 08 Aug'12 16:43 in drone sample

Semideterministic JitLib Code for Experimental Livecoding.

Granular electromaton

by William Mox Drossard on 08 Aug'12 10:33 in texture microtiming rhythm grains granulator

Hi to all SCaddicts, This is my first post here, hope you'll enjoy it. Rhythmic automaton with some nice *hope so* effects.

reception: cool (1)fun (1)

cycloScope

by LFSaw on 29 Jul'12 11:06 in player

listen and see cyclo.id.

sctweets by redFrik

by Fredrik Olofsson on 10 Jul'12 16:56 in tweets

my collection of tweets. see http://twitter.com/redFrik updated 130513 with tweet0110-0136 updated 131125 with tweet0137-0167 updated 131128 with

reception: tweet (1)awesome (1)collection (2)rukanofan (1)inspiration (1)

sctweets by rukano

by rukano on 10 Jul'12 10:01 in tweets

Still trying to find more so I can have a collection of all my tweets here

reception: awesome (1)collection (2)redfrikfan (1)inspiration (1)

danger loud click

by alln4tural on 26 May'12 17:12 in sctweet dangerous möchtegernikeda

can anyone tell me what the loud click is, and how to control it? i kind of really like it, but it sounds scary, and the resulting waveform is

sonic focal depth

by danstowell on 14 May'12 18:06 in

Ten layers of sound, all constantly running, yet only one is in "sharp focus" at any time. Move the mouse up and down to control the focal depth. b

reception: interesting (1)
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