[flocking] More ready-to-go synth examples?
joshkpete at gmail.com
Sat Jun 4 15:30:48 UTC 2016
Cool, thanks Colin.
One thing I remember being really useful in supercollider is all of the
random distributions you can generate really easily, and you can seed and
make repeatable. For example: logarithmic, poisson, brownian noise. Does
anyone know of some js libraries that provide something similar?
On Jun 4, 2016 11:23 AM, "Colin Clark" <colin at colinclark.org> wrote:
> Hi Josh,
> Documentation and lots of examples are certainly a weakness of Flocking at
> the moment. I'm slowly chipping away at a new 0.2.0 release, which will
> feature much better documentation and examples, but in the meantime I can't
> think of much to recommend for you aside from what's currently in the
> Playground and demos.
> There is this example of an analog-style synth:
> Source code is here:
> Perhaps others on the mailing list can suggest their own examples.
> Good luck with your hackathon!
> On Jun 4, 2016, at 12:16 AM, Josh Peterson <joshkpete at gmail.com> wrote:
> I’m thinking about using flocking for a hackathon type project this
> weekend - just want to quickly get up and running with some pre exisiting
> synths and make sort of a proof of concept. It’s great that synthdefs are
> json so they can be shared around so easily! Is there a good respository or
> other places to look to find some more developed instruments than what’s in
> the playground? If I could find a handful of instruments that already sound
> sort of interesting on their own, that would be a good starting point for
> my project.
> Thank you!
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