[CM] Performance of Scheme for Max + modular synth algorithmic etude
iainduncanlists at gmail.com
Tue Apr 27 08:17:10 PDT 2021
Thanks Brandon and Michael! Brandon, I cooked up a second "orchestrator
sequencer" for the score, and I talk about it later in the making of video.
I will also be documenting all the code in this as part of the Scheme for
Max sequencer toolkit. The orchestrator sequencer is a
straightforward linear sequencer of function calls. It could be prettied up
a lot with macros, but it does the job right now. Here's an example of what
it looks like:
(define l1a (loop-player 'loop-len 8 'outlet 0 'transpose -12))
(l1a 'set-seq 0 p1)
(define s1 (event-score (hash-table :bbt (list 8 4 480))
:25:1:0 (list '
'(l1c 'set 'transpose -5)
'(l1c 'set 'on-step '(set! time-factor (+ 0.5 (* 0.5 (random
.... etc etc
On Tue, Apr 27, 2021 at 5:39 AM Brandon Hale <bthaleproductions at gmail.com>
> Hey Iain,
> Thank you for sharing your work and how it was made. I would be interested
> in watching a livestream where you work on this in realtime, if that's
> something you would like to do.
> Did you have a score on how you altered the synthesizer, or was that
> Thank you again for sharing,
> Brandon Hale
> On 4/27/21 12:26 AM, Iain Duncan wrote:
> Hi folks, just thought I'd share the fruits of one of my term projects -
> my first working algorithmic etude for Scheme for Max + modular
> synthesizer. (The recording of which may or may not have prompted the order
> of a bunch more modules... haha)
> Walk-through of how it was made:
> Beginning of the book on writing sequencers in s4m, which has not yet
> gotten to the point used in the composition mind you..
> Hope you enjoy, as usual thanks to everyone who's work has made this
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