Raving the netbook again

Once again happily proving to myself how possible it is to work with open-source software on basic hardware. Just upgraded to Ubuntu Studio 18.04 on a refurb 11″ Dell Inspiron netbook, and built SuperCollider 3.9.3 from source. Here’s an algorave-ish test track made using this setup:

https://clyp.it/5d3lo4na

Some new code idioms:

Plazy({Pseq((0..15).scramble,4)}).repeat(inf)

is easier to type than

Pn(Plazy({Pseq((0..15).scramble,4)}))

and similarly

Pseq([2,6,4,7],inf).stutter(32)

instead of

Pstutter(32, Pseq([2,6,4,7],inf))

also

Pseq((0..15).scramble,inf).clump(3)

 

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