Revision as of 22:14, 20 February 2012 by Narveson
- This is the centralized place to share your programs
You can upload programs and images using this link:
- Special:Upload upload your file. Warning: this only works for image files, not for .ck programs.
To see the list of uploads:
- Special:Imagelist to see list of uploads
Or, you may choose to make a new page containing the code, which you can link from this page like this:
- ChucK/foo.ck : (enter description) : author
- feel free to put explanations on the code pages
- note: In your code listings, remember to put a space before every line in the code, including empty lines - otherwise the wiki will render the code into multiple blocks. here is an example that works.
- for a multi-part program, or for larger pieces, you may want to create a new page that describes the program/piece and links to the components. here is an example of a multi-part program page.
- FractalMelody : Recursive Chuck Program : Kristjan Varnik (2004)
- Bwv645 : from ChucKing_Scores : Pedro López-Cabanillas (2006)
- Greensleeves : from ChucKing_Scores : Pedro López-Cabanillas (2006)
- Anamag04 : from ChucKing_Scores : Pedro López-Cabanillas (2006)
- ShakerCycle : fun noise with Shaker : --art (2006)
- StereoChordEGG : Simulation of Ancient Technology: jahbini (2005)
- Bad_VOSIM : quick and dirty vosim : no one (2004)
- some examples from distrobution : team (current)
- results : stacken ChucK competition (2004)
- FM example : Basic FM "by-hand" example : Ge Wang (2004)
- Ethereal : Generates crappy new age music (course assignment, not personal artistic statement!) : Graham Percival (2005)
- SonOfEthereal : As a learning experiment; I took Graham's program and tried to add and change some various aspects of it. : T. Scott (2007)
- Logistic Map sonification : Generates noise based on a fractaline mathematical object : Graham Percival (2006)
- Shepard tones : Generates a shepard tone : Graham Percival (2006)
- Canon in D : Famous Johann Pachelbel canon in D : Pedro López-Cabanillas (2007)
- Simple Polyphonic MIDI: 10 tones of polyphonic MIDI awesomeness... using a very simple/straightforward method: drool (2007)
- LiSa examples
- Triangular Popcorn: A poor version of Popcorn in chuck. : Ryan Henszey (2007)
- Metronome: A simple metronome for miniAudicle : Jascha Narveson (2007)
- MAUWii: Maps Wii data onto sliders : Jascha Narveson (2007)
- Multi-channel Chuck composition : Example composition (data files required) that builds multi-channel sound in Chuck. The piece is a series of engine (e.g. lawnmower, leafblower...) drones: jeff smith (2007).
- 2D Linear Dynamical System with the two variables mapped to frequencies of sin oscillators. Change the A matrix for different systems : Watson (2008)
- Modedular: class for musical modes and operations - Build, acquire notes/chords from, and rotate musical modes. by kijjaz (2008) - still a testing version.
- Drum Patterns generation algorithm alpha : Ruslan Prokopchuk (2008)
- Chuck-iControl A chuck script to map the midievents generated from an iControl controller board to osc, by Nikolaus Gradwohl (2008)
- ChuckWiimote A ChucK interface to Wiimote (+ Nunchuk) using the DarwiinRemoteOSC handler.
- 12 bar blues : 12 Bar Blues standard : Rasmus Kaj + Gary Williams (2005)
- Dinky : Dinky class/driver : Ge Wang (2005)
Code for Complete Pieces
- (add a few)
Useful ChucK Components
- S.M.E.L.T. : starter toolkit for building laptop instruments : Rebecca Fiebrink and Ge Wang (2007)
- sequencer.ck : simple sequencer for building drum loops, etc. : Spencer Salazar (2006)
- 4 channel 8 channel 16 channel 18 channel : jeff smith (2007) toolkit for building multi-channel sound in chuck. Examples included.
- kijjaz's utility classes : simple classes providing utilities for general use
- kijjaz and friends at electro-music.com's sound designs : releases of our attempts on creating some sounds, especially with low CPU usage. (So to make it nice for using in live situation as well.)
- Protect your ears! : Here's a simple example showing a good habit to get in to if you code with headphones on... (Jascha Narveson, 2012)
What sample programs would you like to see?
- Symphonic orchestra
- Techno / Industrial