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Supercollider was created in 1996 by James McCarthy. The language is an esoteric mix of Smalltalk and C. Code is interpreted in an IDE as you write.
 
Supercollider was created in 1996 by James McCarthy. The language is an esoteric mix of Smalltalk and C. Code is interpreted in an IDE as you write.
  
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Supercollider class is a [https://composerprogrammer.com/teaching/supercollider/sctutorial/tutorial.html 12 week class] written by [https://composerprogrammer.com/ Nick Collins]. Each week we will learn a different aspect of the platform. Each week has exercises where you compose unique sounds and realtime controllers.
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Supercollider class is a 12 week class written by [https://composerprogrammer.com/ Nick Collins]. Each week we will learn a different aspect of the platform. Each week has exercises where you compose unique sounds and realtime controllers.
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https://github.com/lazzarello/supercollider-tutorial
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Based on [https://composerprogrammer.com/teaching/supercollider/sctutorial/tutorial.html Nick Collins's course work].
  
 
The first SuperCollider class will begin on Wednesday, 2018-02-07 at 7PM in the Turing classroom. Attendees will be expected to have their own computer (Mac or PC or Linux), a sound card with outputs and inputs, speakers. Optionally, headphones would be helpful.
 
The first SuperCollider class will begin on Wednesday, 2018-02-07 at 7PM in the Turing classroom. Attendees will be expected to have their own computer (Mac or PC or Linux), a sound card with outputs and inputs, speakers. Optionally, headphones would be helpful.

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