Hi, I’m new here, discovered Sonic Pi recently and successfully used it for a programming introduction to kids, love it!
I have created two simple granular synths and would be willing to contribute them, but before finalizing their integration I wanted to check if people think they’d be a good addition.
Synthdefs, Sonic Pi and audio examples are here:
For now both work using
load_synthdefas shown in the examples, and if there’s interest I’ll look at integrating them and preparing two pull requests. I’m an absolute beginner with SuperCollider, coding suggestions are welcome.
new synths are definitely most welcomed. Thanks so much for considering to submit these - they sound fab! I would love to see a PR with them in it. It could serve as a template for the kind of work that’s required to introduce a new synth.
For a complete new-synth PR we need the following:
- The supercollider synthdef source (in
- The compiled synthdef (in
- Metadata describing the synth including argument names and checkers (editing
Let me know if you need any assistance with any of this!
Thanks! I’ll prepare a PR.
I don’t know much about Ruby, is
ruby server/ruby/lib/sonicpi/synths/synthinfo.rb a valid way to check the syntax of my changes for that file? It seems to work fine.
Almost - to just check the syntax rather than attempting to run it, you need to pass the
ruby -wc server/ruby/lib/sonicpi/synths/synthinfo.rb
Found your github repository and gave these a whirl. Very nice!