Mellite - Tutorial - Part 9: Built-in API documentation, and new code editor https://peertube.social/videos/watch/39933fdf-2cc8-4594-87aa-8f0ac6e8ed45
Talking of which... a new #Mellite version v2.32.0 has been released.
The first one to drive new mini-IDE Dotterweide. Now you have diagnostics in code editors (red squiggles for errors in the code), you can highlight occurrences of a symbol (ctrl-shift F7; doesn't work always but in many cases), auto-completion is now full-document based and not line based as in the REPL (still needs polishing), and you can look up API docs via ctrl-alt-D. Tutorial to follow.
Excited that the programme of our research seminar 'Simulation and Computer #Experimentation in Music and #SoundArt' is online now: https://orpheusinstituut.be/en/news-and-events/simulation-and-computer-experimentation-in-music-and-sound-art
Registration is open till March 18!
Image from page 96 of "The apple industry of Wayne and of Orleans counties, New York .." (1905)
Working on documenting the GE operators in #ScalaCollider, translating some examples from SC. This is just a beautiful use of the lcm (least common multiple)
val mx = MouseX.kr(-20, 20)
val my = MouseY.kr(-20, 20)
SinOsc.ar((SinOsc.kr(0.3) * 20) lcm (GESeq(mx, my) * 30 + 500)) * 0.1
Dotterweide - basic scala-doc look-up https://peertube.social/videos/watch/31311a95-79fa-45ce-b4ca-72580a7ee5e2
Image from page 36 of "Flower guide [microform] : wild flowers east of the Rockies" (1910)
Image from page 47 of "Characteristics and hybridization of important intermountain shrubs" (1979)