Grammostola Rosea wrote:
> And why do you use Chuck Atte?
At first I was fascinated by the live coding capabilities, but in the
end I never practiced enough to actually be able to do it live :-(
What kept me in the loop was the very clear and well laid out
documentation which in some way fitted well with where I came from in
What I love now are the algorithmic possibilities and the fact it's so
easy to build your environment with OOP.
However I'm reaching the limits performance wise. I almost finished a
csound backend for my setup that let's me migrate cpu heavy parts (only
sound generation) to csound. That might be my future solution.
Otherwise I sometimes wish I learned supercollider in stead, since it
seems to perform better and has some nifty tricks up its sleeve. I study
supercollider in my spare time, but my live setup in chuck works and
migrating 2 hours of interactive, algoritmic music is not a quick task
however sleek the environment or how well you know it :-(
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