[chuck-users] chuck vs supercollider?
michaelclemow at gmail.com
Fri Aug 10 10:19:03 EDT 2012
FWIW, I often take advantage of both systems in a piece. Sometimes I'll create a bunch of synths in SC that can be triggered by OSC and use Chuck as a score language. If I'm doing a lot of string/data processing, then I'll use Python to trigger them. But that's part of my practice, since many of my pieces involve interesting bits of hardware, I have to utilize OSCulator, SC, Chuck, and Puredata all for one piece of music.
So, for the sake of completeness, I'll back the notion that you don't actually have to make an exclusive choice between environments. ;) The right tool for the job, right?
On Friday, August 10, 2012 at 7:33 AM, Kassen wrote:
> On 10 August 2012 04:11, David Ogborn <ogbornd at mcmaster.ca (mailto:ogbornd at mcmaster.ca)> wrote:
> > Great answer - I'm going to save it and quote it whenever needed! :)
> Thanks Dan & David,
> Credit where it's due; this was more or less the conclusion of the
> debates I had with SC expert James 'DewdropWorld' Harkins.
> We found that the differences we and others with some expertise noted
> didn't really matter at all for those picking up either language.
> New users (who adopt either) simply seem to find that one is quite
> straightforward and the other doesn't make a lot of sense. We didn't
> notice any obvious structure or pattern in that. It's a interesting
> It'd be nice to try to figure out whether things like lessons or
> online tutorials, examples or more experienced friends influence this.
> What I can tell though is that passionate online debates don't seem to
> have any effect on this at all; they can take away misconceptions
> about what is possible but not change what people find fun or easy.
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