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Many Worlds


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A port of The Copenhagen Interpretation, a previous automatic piece of mine to SuperCollider. The piece controls a Yamaha SY77 FM Synthesiser with SuperCollider. In this case it also makes use of a data glove running through the Teabox interface. Many thanks to Scott Wilson for his Teabox class for SuperCollider.

This is my first use of SuperCollider as an exclusive performance tool.

The glorious blob at the bottom of the screenshot is Anoushka, born 9th Feb, 2008.


Many Worlds, v5, 8.5MB

Many Worlds, v6, 8.5MB