[chuck-users] How to get better-sounding instruments?

Tambet qtvali at gmail.com
Sat Sep 11 11:53:21 EDT 2010

2010/9/11 Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com>

> 2010/9/11 Tambet <qtvali at gmail.com>
>> To explain my situation:
>> <snip>
>> To explain, what I miss and lack:
>> * Drums.
> <snip>
> I agree. We could really use a decent percussion-synth UGen or two.
> *Nothing makes synthesis as appealing to new students like percussion
> synthesis.
> *Some livecoding organisations and people frown on loading external
> material like samples
> *Everyone likes Roland X0X-style sounds, secretly or not. It's -in my
> experience- a rare computer-music researcher who won't admit to a fondness
> for solid house tracks after a beer or two (research yet unpublished,
> performed by the author in the hallways of STEIM and various other
> organisations. Waiting for grants for more beer to continue this research).

This is true.

I would like those UGens. Rhythym is backbone of music. It should be deep,
strong, whatever one likes ..on top of it it's possible to build many
things. Having rhythym readily available would *only* be good.

> Kas.
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