Open Sound Control (OSC) is a content format for messaging among computers, sound synthesizers, and other multimedia devices that are optimized for modern networking technology. Bringing the benefits of modern networking technology to the world of electronic musical instruments, OSC's advantages include interoperability, accuracy, flexibility, and enhanced organization and documentation. [ edit ] Motivation OSC is a content format developed at CNMAT by Adrian Freed and Matt Wright comparable to XML , WDDX , or JSON . It was originally intended for sharing music performance data (gestures, parameters and note sequences) between musical instruments (especially electronic musical instruments such as synthesizers ), computers, and other multimedia devices.
What is Nodal? Nodal is generative software for composing music, interactive real-time improvisation, and a musical tool for experimentation and fun. Nodal uses a new method for creating and exploring musical patterns, probably unlike anything you've used before. You can play sounds using Nodal's built-in synthesiser or any MIDI compatible hardware or software instrument. Nodal is based around the concept of a user-defined network.
The ChucK Compiler + Virtual Machine Let's start with the compiler/virtual machine, both of which runs in the same process. By now, you should have built/installed ChucK ( guide ), and perhaps taken the tutorial . This guide is intended to be more complete and referential than the tutorial. Additionally, see the language specification .
ChucK est un langage objet dédié à la création sonore et la composition musicale en temps réel. C'est un "jeune" langage : la première version publique est sortie en 2004, tourné vers le livecoding. A l'origine de ce projet, on trouve Ge Wang, du Soundlab de l'université de Princeton.
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