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Here's a fun and very short (1 minute) music video that I created:

. Yes that is the video controlling the audio. I used Processing for the video and sent three numbers in a continuous stream to the ChucK music programming language over Open Sound Control to drive the audio. Im pleased with the result. Comments welcome!

Les

Les make ominous music!

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Hee, yes I am nerdy enough to have the theme to Star Trek in my iTunes collection.

Yes I wrote the two programs, though I do rely heavily on examples. I just start with an example (usually, sometimes i start from scratch) and then merge in another exaple as needed.

Here we saw Processing language for the video and to wend out OSC to the ChucK language program in real time which modifies some delay lines and a square wave source.

Les

Les write some code.

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