Cambridge, day 6

07 December 2011

On Saturday, I was at the Mill Road winter fair with Tom and George. Lots of people, dance and food.

In the evening, I explained Tom the architecture and background of BetaBlocker in greater detail, mostly working with pen and paper. We managed to program some basic signals like a saw wave, an impulse and a pulse (to be shown in a later post in greater detail).

Later on, I forked my sc3-plugins repository and started working on a multi-out, non-demand rate version of the BetaBlockerBuf UGen. This is to get access to all values of the stack as well as to the program counter. In the graphics, you can see how I imagine a possible spatialisation of the UGen’s output.