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ccDuckett
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432 posts since 14 Jun, 2011, from Betwixt or between

Postby ccDuckett; Tue Feb 06, 2018 4:27 pm TX Modular System: SuperCollider-based freebie!

No ultra-schmexy GUI, but looks purty dang capable- and it's free!
If you're a Mac user, a standalone's available- PC or Linux users will need to have SuperCollider installed.
Video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14ZnQie7ngI
Link:http://www.palemoonrising.co.uk/index.html
Music can no longer soothe the worried thoughts of monarchs; it can only tell you when it's time to buy margarine or copulate. -xoxos
Discontinue use if rash or irritation develops.
exiannyc
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21 posts since 22 May, 2014

Postby exiannyc; Tue Feb 27, 2018 10:33 pm Re: TX Modular System: SuperCollider-based freebie!

It's completely awesome. I think it's the largest collection of the most powerful modules I've ever seen. Anywhere.

The power of Supercollider is mind boggling. And... I've never known how to get into it. You can embody many complex sound sources and modulations in a single line of code - but if you want to tweak it, you have to manually change values (numbers) and then run the code again. And again. And again.

TX Modular has knobs. Sliders. Switches. Pulldown menus. Suddenly, tweaking and exploring isn't daunting and inefficient - it's easy, inviting, and fun.

I can't recommend this enough. Check it out. Even if you think VCV Rack is the be-all and end-all, check this out. I've only started exploring TX... but I think it might become my favorite environment, better than Reaktor, better than Tassman, better than VCV.

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