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Incluye múltiples formas de describir secuencias flexibles (incluyendo polifónicas, polirítmicas, generativas, etc). También cuenta con una extensa librería de funciones cíclicas para transformar y combinar dichas secuencias.
 
Incluye múltiples formas de describir secuencias flexibles (incluyendo polifónicas, polirítmicas, generativas, etc). También cuenta con una extensa librería de funciones cíclicas para transformar y combinar dichas secuencias.
  
Tidal is highly composable in that pattern transformations can be easily combined together, allowing you to quickly create complex patterns from simple ingredients.
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Tidal es altamente modular, de forma tal que las distintas transformaciones aplicables pueden ser fácilmente combinadas, permitiéndote crear patrones complejos con ingredientes simples.
  
 
Tidal does not make sound itself, but is designed for use with the featureful SuperDirt synth, and can control other synths over Open Sound Control or MIDI. Whether you're using SuperDirt or a synth, every filter and effect can be patterned and manipulated independently with Tidal patterns.
 
Tidal does not make sound itself, but is designed for use with the featureful SuperDirt synth, and can control other synths over Open Sound Control or MIDI. Whether you're using SuperDirt or a synth, every filter and effect can be patterned and manipulated independently with Tidal patterns.

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TidalCycles (o simplemente 'tidal') es un software libre, que te permite crear patrones con código, sea para la programar música en vivo o para componer dentro del estudio.

Incluye múltiples formas de describir secuencias flexibles (incluyendo polifónicas, polirítmicas, generativas, etc). También cuenta con una extensa librería de funciones cíclicas para transformar y combinar dichas secuencias.

Tidal es altamente modular, de forma tal que las distintas transformaciones aplicables pueden ser fácilmente combinadas, permitiéndote crear patrones complejos con ingredientes simples.

Tidal does not make sound itself, but is designed for use with the featureful SuperDirt synth, and can control other synths over Open Sound Control or MIDI. Whether you're using SuperDirt or a synth, every filter and effect can be patterned and manipulated independently with Tidal patterns.

Tidal is embedded in the Haskell language, although you don't have to learn Haskell to learn Tidal - most tidal coders have little or no experience in software engineering.

Documentation

Enter the Userbase for installation info, reference material, tutorials and guides!

This website is now a wiki, which means that as well as enjoying these resources, you can improve and add to them.

The above is for the current 1.0.x release of Tidal. To access the documentation for the previous version 0.9.10, please see the old website.

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Contributing coffee

If you enjoy TidalCycles, please consider helping speed up development by contributing coffees to Alex! He's put years into making Tidal, and one-off or regular coffees help speed up both its development and documentation.

Events

Upcoming events + event series

Past events

Related links

Credits

TidalCycles and SuperDirt have been developed with contributions from a wide range of people - Tidal contributors / SuperDirt contributors.

TidalCycles was initiated by Alex McLean around 2009 during doctoral work funded by EPSRC. Alex's ongoing work on Tidal is partly supported by Ko-Fi contributors and the PENELOPE project (under the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme of the European Union, grant agreement No 682711).

TidalCycles has been heavily inspired by the work of many others including Bernard Bel, Laurie Spiegel and Adrian Ward.

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