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* '''[http://plork.cs.princeton.edu/ plork]''' : Princeton Laptop Orchestra is using ChucK for teaching and performance.
 
* '''[http://plork.cs.princeton.edu/ plork]''' : Princeton Laptop Orchestra is using ChucK for teaching and performance.
** watch/listen to debut concert [http://plork.cs.princeton.edu/listen/debut/ here]
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* '''[http://smelt.cs.princeton.edu/ S.M.E.L.T.]''' : toolkit for building laptop instruments
  
 
* '''[http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/chuck~/ chuck~]''' : chuck~ object for Max/MSP!!!  By [http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/ Brad Garton]
 
* '''[http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/chuck~/ chuck~]''' : chuck~ object for Max/MSP!!!  By [http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/ Brad Garton]

Revision as of 22:05, 3 February 2007

Some ChucK-related projects in progress... please add your own.


  • plork : Princeton Laptop Orchestra is using ChucK for teaching and performance.
  • S.M.E.L.T. : toolkit for building laptop instruments
  • Breakage. Ollie Glass is developing an artificially intelligent drum machine using ChucK. Breakage uses Java with ChucK as an underlying sequencer engine for stable timing, communicating via OSC.
  • Joe McMahon is writing an OS X application using ChucK, Applescript Studio, and Perl to play and record the chimes [1] from the Clock of the Long Now[2]. First version is available at the EMUSIC-L site.
  • Robin Davies is writing useful extension UGens. Current plans: band-limited oscillators, and VST hosting. Once Chuck's support for external DLLs is resurrected, these extensions will be posted publicly.
  • TAPESTREA, a new tool and paradigm for sound design uses ChucK as the scripting engine for real-time control and additional synthesis.
  • Gary Williams has started a blog Beginning ChucK to promote learning and documentation of ChucK.