[chuck-users] vim script for live chucking

Scott Hewitt wittlist at googlemail.com
Tue Nov 29 07:12:09 EST 2011

At the moment I am using git mainly to keep a record of my live coding.

Chuck Live Coding as part of HELOpg

Obviously using git it is easy to revert back to earlier versions
which allows the idea of recapitulation and chorus playing. My
intention is to expand the script so it track running shreds against
the git file hash so you can directly interact with the versioning.

Something I have always wanted to try is a collaborative, distributed
performance using version control to link the two performances.

Thinking back the Audicles version control was one of the things that
first interested me in ChucK

On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 10:48 AM, Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 29/11/2011, Scott Hewitt <wittlist at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> Am very interested in looking into terminal based chuck ides
> Me too, and as there are more posts to this topic I get more
> interested in exactly what people are doing and why. Some of this
> strikes me as quite exotic (but maybe I just got a bit baffled at the
> HUGE number Renato is sending into the blown bottle's vibrato gain :-)
> ).
> Do I understand correctly that you are using Git so you can easily
> return to older version of the code, maybe so you can do the
> equivalent of traditional musical structures that regularly return to
> thems or choruses? It's a bit of a shame that the Audcle's take on
> version control wasn't explored in more depth. Maybe the Audicle was a
> bit too far ahead of its time, at the time.
> Kas.
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