Cracked Audio Software

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  1. Chrome Dinette

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    cjcayea cool as a cucumber in a bowl of hot sauce

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    have you tried it? what kind of coding are we talking about? seems cool
     
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    No, just saw the article.
     
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    I downloaded it, and the example from the article makes noise and I was able to figure out a couple of other things to try.

    here is some coding from their page:

    https://github.com/billorcutt/i_dro...mmit/ac0abf284e739e89e1d685185a784ee5933d17ce


    instructions partway down this page

    https://github.com/billorcutt/i_dropped_my_phone_the_screen_cracked



    one page quick intro

    https://github.com/billorcutt/i_dropped_my_phone_the_screen_cracked/blob/master/OVERVIEW.md



    full documentation

    http://billorcutt.github.io/i_dropped_my_phone_the_screen_cracked/docs/index.html
     
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    Cool.. Need to look into this, thanks for the heads up
     
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    There's a few other free audio/music coding apps out if anyone's into geeking out with code and sound. Pd, Written by one of the originators of cycling74's MaxMSP, is free, and Chuck, CSound, and Supercollider. All free, some even on Linux as well as windows and osx.

    http://puredata.info/
    http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/
    http://www.csounds.com/
    http://supercollider.github.io/

    And if you feel like shelling out money, Native Instruments Reaktor is very nice. Cycling 74's MaxMSP is great (my favorite). And the Klon of sound design, at least in cost, Symbolic Sound Kyma (Wall-E's voice was done with it), visual sound programming that requires a big old honking DSP device, fastest dongle ever.
     
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    65daysofstatic used this on the no mans sky soundtrack
     

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