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This is a library for aspiring muses. programmers. His developed engineer Ryan Kirkbride in 2015. FoxDot was conceived as a personal project – with its help Ryan settled live sessions under a pseudonym Qirky – however now with the tool work Worldwide.
The library uses the capabilities of the batch protocol Open Sound Control (OCS) and virtual environment for audio synthesis Supercolliderwhich was developed in 1996, but still actively supported community. The programmer creates objects with arguments indicating the instrument, pitch, duration. Sounds can be patterned and looped to create complex musical designs. The code turns into music in real time – here example of work with library: