Help! I’m Trapped in an Acid-Colored Wash of a Thousand General MIDI Pianos!

Better support for music and audio is still evolving (as well as lots of stability and compatibility improvements), but I have faith open-source coding tool Processing [site | on cdmu | on cdmo ] could yield wonderful new visual interfaces for music. Daniel Piker has the latest addition, inspired by a recent post here: FizzyNumberMusicMaker at Open Processing, a site for sharing Processing sketches – warning, makes sound immediately! Built on the Game of Life ideas from our friend wesen (of ruin & wesen), this project uses colored cells to trigger elaborate washes of piano sound. He writes: If the …

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