Overtone – programmable, live music in Clojure

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    Code. Music. Live.

  • Strange dice that it seems to mostly be c++, sponsored by 3 prominent elixir shops, with an original OSC server implementation by Joe Armstrong.


  • overtone

    Collaborative Programmable Music

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  • glicol

    Graph-oriented live coding language and music/audio DSP library written in Rust

  • Most live coding languages relying on SuperCollider can take advantage of the client-server architecture of SC and support collaboration easily. So it's very interesting that the concept of collaboration is highlighted on Overtone website. Is it embedded in the language aspect?

    When I develop Glicol, I want to build a WYSIWYG style, for example commenting out a line will mute the track. But it brought some challenges for the collaboration so I have to build some "consensus" mechanism on top of the text co-editing.

    [1] https://glicol.org/

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