Harnessing Screams with Tidal Looper

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  • scream.py

    A simple tool for creating a .wav file for sampling

  • d2 uses qtrigger 1 to quantize the start of the pattern, ensuring it starts at the beginning of a cycle. Stack layers multiple samples: olooper created from the overdub function of Tidal Looper, loop - the original scream recorded at the beginning of the set, scream and gabba repeated seven times, playing them simultaneously. The sample scream is a sound I've recorded using scream.py and have loaded into Tidal Cycles. I'll use this technique to create a loud rhythmic beat mixed in with a chorus of screams.

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  • tidal-looper

    Different looper variants for SuperDirt to provide live sampling in TidalCycles.

  • Since then, I've been working more and more with TidalCycles. TidalCycles is an open-source live coding framework for creating patterns written in Haskell. TidalCycles uses SuperCollider on the backend, another language I've been using for live coding. Recently, I started using Tidal Looper for live vocal processing. This blog post will walk you through what you need to get started with vocal looping with Tidal Looper.

  • The code for this blog post is available in the corresponding GitHub repository. It includes the file I use to start Tidal Cycles for shows featuring the use of Tidal Looper, as well as a code from my live performance at Murder by Modulation, an event hosted by the New York Modular Society during the fall at Trans Pecos.

  • Tidal

    Pattern language

  • Since then, I've been working more and more with TidalCycles. TidalCycles is an open-source live coding framework for creating patterns written in Haskell. TidalCycles uses SuperCollider on the backend, another language I've been using for live coding. Recently, I started using Tidal Looper for live vocal processing. This blog post will walk you through what you need to get started with vocal looping with Tidal Looper.

  • supercollider

    An audio server, programming language, and IDE for sound synthesis and algorithmic composition.

  • Since then, I've been working more and more with TidalCycles. TidalCycles is an open-source live coding framework for creating patterns written in Haskell. TidalCycles uses SuperCollider on the backend, another language I've been using for live coding. Recently, I started using Tidal Looper for live vocal processing. This blog post will walk you through what you need to get started with vocal looping with Tidal Looper.

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