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Tidal users, Tidal news etc
 
Tidal users, Tidal news etc
  
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* Updates to this wiki [https://tidalcycles.org/api.php?hidebots=1&translations=filter&urlversion=1&days=7&limit=50&action=feedrecentchanges&feedformat=atom atom]
* TidalCycles blog [rss](http://blog.tidalcycles.org/feed/)
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== Semi-related ==
 
== Semi-related ==
  
 
Anything related to live coding, strange electronic music, free media art etc
 
Anything related to live coding, strange electronic music, free media art etc

Revision as of 17:14, 9 January 2019

For community support and discussion, join the #tidal channel on talk.lurk.org, or if you prefer email, the tidal mailing list.

Other interesting talk.lurk.org channels:

  • #tidal-install - in-depth help with installing tidal takes place here
  • #tidal-snippets - where you can share interesting/weird tidal patterns
  • #tidal-innards - we don't like separating end-user live coders from tidal developers too much, but discussion around the tidal 'innards' goes on here
  • #tidal-doc - coordination around the tidal documentation effort
  • #algorave, #livecode etc - meet people using other live coding environments
  • There's a lot more!

For tidal development, see the github repo.

Social media

Tidal-related feeds

Subscribable via RSS/atom

Directly related

Tidal users, Tidal news etc

  • Updates to this wiki atom
  • TidalCycles blog rss

Semi-related

Anything related to live coding, strange electronic music, free media art etc