Sonic Pi beatslicing livecoding session

Nikolaus Gradwohl2018-06-23T17:47:10+00:00

this is the recording of a SonicPi Livecoding session made from 2 sample loops sliced and rearranged in different ways

for the drum sounds I used a drumloop sliced it into 32 peaces each 1% the length of the original loop. Each click is chosen at random from the ring created by the line command.

n = 32
l = 0.01
s =  line(0, 1, steps: n+1).choose
f = [1,s + l].min

sample "drumloop.wav", beat_stretch: 16, start: s, finish: f

The samples are triggered at a given 16th slot with a changeable probability.

the e-piano loop is played back at different speeds chosen from an array using [1,-1,0.5, -0.5, 0.75, -0.75].choose and placed at a random position in the stereofield using a :pan fx

Sonic Pi Beatslicing session

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See also:

Semimodular meets SonicPI
Phase Shift
new Track - Phase Shift
new Track - Random Broken Piano
new Track - random Point in the Infinite

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