[Csnd] Recording of live performance using Web Csound

Hi everyone,

I’d like to share a recording of a performance I streamed live on YouTube last month as part of a local electronic music series. It revolves around a program I wrote with Web Csound and p5.js. The heart of the program is the mincer opcode, and the musical inspiration comes from the composer Carl Stone. There’s lots of talking at the start, so if you want to get straight to the music skip ahead to 18:20.

I’d like to give a big thanks to Rory Walsh and Steven Yi for answering so many of my Csound questions and to Michael Gogins for his programming guidance. I’m really appreciative of all of you who work on developing, documenting, and supporting Csound. What a gift to those of us with modest coding skills but big sounds in our heads.

Best,
Jason

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Great stuff Jason. It sound great, and the interface is really nice. Very impressive.

Thanks, Rory.

I should have mentioned that anyone can play around with my looping instrument and see the underlying code here.

Jason

cool. wonderful. wow.

Hi Jason,

great performance and inspiring instrument. Thanks for sharing!

Alex

Very cool, interesting GUI.

-PBS

Thanks Dr. B, Alex, and Partev for checking it out and the nice comments!

Jason