My name is jean, I am French and I am recently retired. I have a long-time passion for computers, music and many other things that are less interesting here.
I am a clarinettist, I like jazz and all kinds of strange music for many clubbed ears by commercial products.
I’ve been touring electronic music for a long time, especially csound, and I’ve set the stage for live-coding with Steven Yi’s experiments with csound. But as I am curious nature I pushed my investigations further and met on the net this great tool that seems to be Sonic Pi at first.
I am a long time Linuxian, I use Debian Stretch. I installed via apt the “stable” version of Sonic Pi but I will try to install a newer version. By the way, on the home page of the Sonic Pi website it seems that there is no version for Linux, which is a shame for an open-source software.
I would like to produce my own sound “backgrounds” to improvise on it with my instrument. I like it rather the genre Nu Jazz, see Bugge Wesseltoft.
That’s it, I take any advice to go in this direction.