Live coding

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Popular live coding software includes ChucK, Cyril, extempore, fluxus, impromptu, overtone and supercollider. Environments designed for fast exploration of musical pattern include ixi lang and TidalCycles. Sonic Pi is designed for teaching both music and computer science in classrooms, as well as performing in algoraves. There are also impressively capable web-based live coding environments like gibber and livecodelab. Live patching is live coding with graph-based languages such as the venerable pure data. It’s also possible to livecode with a gamepad, e.g. with the robot oriented Al-Jazari. [3]




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