Not much into sound either... But I've always kept Sonic Pi in my TODO list for one day... http://sonic-pi.net/ Worth checking. Comes preloaded with sounds it seems.
Julien On 30/09/16 03:13, Stéphanie Vilayphiou wrote: > Hey everyone, > > didn't expect so much excitement. Thanks a lot for all these resources ! > I'll take a look into all this and forward those links to my students > (who are I guess around 20 years old). > I don't think they're so much into programming though, so SuperCollider > or PureData are maybe a bit too tough for them but I do keep those in mind. > Thanks again! > S. > > > On 29/09/16 23:23, olm-e wrote: >> On 29/09/16 22:55, Aymeric Mansoux wrote: >>> Brendan Howell said : >>>> This (cheap) open hardware platform has a nerdy but intuitive patcher UI: >>>> >>>> http://www.axoloti.com/ >>>> >>> Wow it's like an open source reboot of the Nord micro modular! Nice :D >>> >>> >>>> Also, it's Made in Belgium! >>> Oh, and it's from Johannes Taelman of code31! >>> A collective of hackers/artists, not sure if still active though. >>> >>> >>> a. >>> -- >>> https://bleu255.com/~aymeric >>> >> yes it is still active, we had a workshop with that in F/LAT this year ;) >> >> also, take a look at LinuxMAO.org, it's in french but good references >> and links there ;) >> >> (and btw ardour is at version 5 now !! ) >> >> Ol; >> >> >> > -- @xuv http://xuv.be http://p.xuv.be