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SuperCollider Tutorial1

SuperCollider Tutorial1

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 SuperCollider Tutorial
Chapter 1
By Celeste Hutchins2005
www.celesteh.com
 
Creative Commons License: Attribution Only
 
Chapter 1: An Introduction
The goal of this document is to teach you SuperCollider, and some basicprogramming concepts and terminology. These concepts are the same acrossmany programming languagesWhat is a
program
? It's a series of instructions that a computer follows tocomplete a task. A program is a lot like a score. You play a score in order fromleft to right, playing each note or rest one after each other, jumping backwardsin case of repeats and forwards in cases of things like second endings or codas.In the same way, you can tell your computer to play a B for two seconds andthen an A and tell it to repeat back and so on. You're able to tell your computerto do more complicated things to, like play a C if you move your mouse to theupper right hand corner and a D in the left hand, or make more complicatedsounds. In order to tell all these things to your computer, you need to be able tospeak the same language as it does. SuperCollider is a programming languagedesigned for writing musical programs.When you double click on the SuperCollider icon, three windows should openon your screen.
 
 A big text window called "Untitled" should print out someinformation and there should be two smaller windows below it called "localhostserver" and "internal server." If there is an error in the Untitled window, the twoserver windows will not open. Try downloading a different build of SuperCollideror running it on a different machine.
 
 The Untitled window is where text output goes. The other two windows controltwo different version of the audio Server. The examples in this document usethe localhost server. If you want to hear audio, you must boot the audio server,which you can do by pressing the "Boot" button. We'll come back to what thismeans later.To write your own code, you must open a new window, which you can do underthe File menu or by typing apple-n. To execute code, highlight it with the mouseand then press the Enter key, NOT the return key. (The enter key may belocated next to your arrows or in your number pad.) To stop code that isrunning, hit apple-period.
 
To get help, hit apple-shift-?. To get help on a specific topic, for instance onSynthDef, highlight the word SynthDef and hit apple-shift-?.

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