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Starting a list of projects connected with TidalCycles
 
Starting a list of projects connected with TidalCycles
  
* [https://github.com/dktr0/estuary Estuary] is a platform for collaboration and learning through live coding, hosting a range of environments in a web-browser, including "minitidal", an increasingly fully-featured tidal.
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* [https://github.com/dktr0/estuary Estuary] is a platform for collaboration and learning through live coding, hosting a range of environments in a web-browser, including "minitidal", a parser for tidal
 
* [https://github.com/dktr0/extramuros Extramuros], a language-neutral shared-buffer networked live coding system in the browser (precursor of Estuary)
 
* [https://github.com/dktr0/extramuros Extramuros], a language-neutral shared-buffer networked live coding system in the browser (precursor of Estuary)
 
* [https://github.com/cannc4/Siren Siren] - a tracker interface for TidalCycles and SuperCollider
 
* [https://github.com/cannc4/Siren Siren] - a tracker interface for TidalCycles and SuperCollider
 
* [https://github.com/qirky/troop Troop], a real-time collaborative tool that enables group live coding within the same document across multiple computers. Works with a range of live coding languages, including Tidal
 
* [https://github.com/qirky/troop Troop], a real-time collaborative tool that enables group live coding within the same document across multiple computers. Works with a range of live coding languages, including Tidal
 
* [https://github.com/gibber-cc/tidal.pegjs tidal.pegjs] - is a parsing expression grammar for the TidalCycles pattern language, written using PEG.js. The goal of the PEG is to easily translate strings of Tidal patterns into annotated JavaScript data structures for use in sequencing
 
* [https://github.com/gibber-cc/tidal.pegjs tidal.pegjs] - is a parsing expression grammar for the TidalCycles pattern language, written using PEG.js. The goal of the PEG is to easily translate strings of Tidal patterns into annotated JavaScript data structures for use in sequencing

Revision as of 23:29, 26 August 2019

Starting a list of projects connected with TidalCycles

  • Estuary is a platform for collaboration and learning through live coding, hosting a range of environments in a web-browser, including "minitidal", a parser for tidal
  • Extramuros, a language-neutral shared-buffer networked live coding system in the browser (precursor of Estuary)
  • Siren - a tracker interface for TidalCycles and SuperCollider
  • Troop, a real-time collaborative tool that enables group live coding within the same document across multiple computers. Works with a range of live coding languages, including Tidal
  • tidal.pegjs - is a parsing expression grammar for the TidalCycles pattern language, written using PEG.js. The goal of the PEG is to easily translate strings of Tidal patterns into annotated JavaScript data structures for use in sequencing