[chuck-users] The ChucK Show
rdpoor at gmail.com
Tue May 5 11:01:34 EDT 2009
Do you want the source code that did the "Three Stooges playing Frank
Zappa's interpretation of Edgard Varese"? If so, let me know where to
send it, etc. It's reasonably cleanly written.
(I'm embarrassed to ask: where is the Wiki?)
- Rob Poor
On 5 May 2009, at 04:15, Les Hall wrote:
> Hi folks,
> The theme for the seventh ChucK show is "from newbie to expert". We
> will feature ChucK code written by newbies, intermediates, and
> experts. The newbies have been sending me some really awesome code,
> and there is some intermediate code plus lots of expert mp3's from
> the wiki. Here is the outline of next week's show, so far:
> remder-3c: kijjaz's friend in Thailand, 3rd ChucK program ever!
> RitualMusicfromBetelgeuse: Slinky's second ChucK program!
> telstar3: telstarmagickistferarri, a member of our community
> WindAntimon: intended for the "winds of change show"
> wmonk: ChucKist of the week:
> 20 year old college student
> programming since 10 years old, so 10 years of experience
> inspired by the show, Linux user, set up ChucK in the chatroom
> within 15 minutes had a program: wmonk.mp3
> Then shortly after that wmonk2.mp3
> Fast Learner!!!
> Guitar Lab Rock3: me on ChucK Guitar Lab
> stooges: by Rob, 3 stooges do Zappa, lol
> Electrindian: Michael Hammond from 2005 for assignment 2 of PLOrk
> HackChuck: by Perry Cook for Ge Wang's PhD graduation
> marco polo: R. W. Enoch from 2005 for assignment 2 of PLOrk
> otfc2005x: Peerry Cook and Ge Wang, Performed on the fly to an
> sounds like a robot being born and then youth and then adulthood
> Smooth Criminal: Tribute to Michael Jackson by Perry Cook
> WindChimes: by kijjaz, mistakenly not played on winds of change show
> This is fine, and will fill up the hour, but after this the outlook
> appears kind of light for material. I'd like to know what the links
> are for PLOrk, SLOrk, and other ChucKian organizations where I can
> shamelessly rip code or mp3's from to keep the show interesting and
> novel. There's a lot of ChucK activity out there and I want to tap
> into it, so could someone please link me up?
> chuck-users mailing list
> chuck-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu
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