Duration is a timeline editor for creative coding.
Created by James George, co-developed by YCAM InterLab (interlab.ycam.jp/en) during the Guest Research Project v2 (interlab.ycam.jp/en/projects/guestresearch/vol2)
Released under the Apache License, Version 2.0
o.n.o - spasmodic
A live set performed by Sam Aaron at the Arnolfini art gallery in Bristol. Sound is designed and manipulated with Overtone (github.com/overtone/overtone), graphics with Quil (github.com/quil/quil) and is controlled via Emacs with the Emacs Live config (overtone.github.com/emacs-live/). Additionally a Korg NanoKontrol 2 was used to control some values in Emacs and the Satie part was performed with a monome (monome.org). All the code for this performance is Open Source and available on github: github.com/samaaron/arnold
* For a stage capture of the same performance see: vimeo.com/61097922
* For a short 4 minute introduction to Overtone head here: vimeo.com/22798433
* Check out Meta-eX the Overtone-powered band: meta-ex.com
Yet Another Monad Tutorial. This one is heavy on pictures, light on odd terminology, definitions, and formalism. It assumes some familiarity with Lisp. (It uses the Clojure dialect.)
Please see: bestinclass.dk/index.clj/2010/07/trail-blazing-innovators.html
Screencast which demonstrates several useful aspects of Emacs for a typical developers workday/week.
Programming using C++
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