Difference between revisions of "ChucK/Projects"

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* '''[http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/chuck~/ chuck~]''' : chuck~ object for Max/MSP!!!  By [http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/ Brad Garton]
 
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* Loscha (Edward r Jones) is writing about his experiments and experiences using ChucK on his website '''[http://www.loscha.com/chuck loscha.com/chuck]'''. This page features his own ChucK logo, made from actual Runcible Spoons (known as ''Sporks'' to most of us).
  
 
* '''[http://www.blackholeprojector.com/ 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.
 
* '''[http://www.blackholeprojector.com/ 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.

Revision as of 03:08, 15 May 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
  • Loscha (Edward r Jones) is writing about his experiments and experiences using ChucK on his website loscha.com/chuck. This page features his own ChucK logo, made from actual Runcible Spoons (known as Sporks to most of us).
  • 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.