Sonic Pi is a code-based music creation and performance tool written in Ruby, and packaged for use on the Raspberry Pi or desktop. It is a powerful tool for computer-generated music, while also being accessible enough for a novice to play and learn (both music and coding). I'll introduce this fun, engaging software, its community, and demonstrate its use.
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There will NOT be a in-person Meeting after the Meeting planned for this presentation, due to the State of Illinois Covid-19 virus direction for Social Distancing for groups. However expect there to be time after the presentation for a virtual Meeting After the Meeting.
Jonathan Hadley has been a zealous GNU/Linux hobbyist for about twenty years, and worked professionally as a web and system administrator for about a decade. His article on securing an abandonware router, "Hacking the DI-524 Interface," was published in the August 2009 edition of 2600. He also developed the first vim plugin to support Sonic Pi.
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