Looking for recommendations on music made with SuperCollider

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I know there are tons of experimental and play-testing sound files on the web, but I’m more curious to hear some of the more polished end product and was wondering if anyone might point me to a few that you have discovered?

This can be any existing professional artists whom you know utilizes SuperCollider a lot for their work, or perhaps promising budding artists on soundcloud or bandcamp with polished tracks or albums that have caught your attention.

thanks in advance!

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(Computer Music) Beginner looking for advice/guidance
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not sure if it is bad form to promote your own stuff but :wink: I’ve been reviewing my last years sound cloud with a view to making a couple of compilations to put on streaming services and I found this

entirely on SC - hasn’t been near a DAW (it probably should have had a bit of mixing/production but it’s not too bad)

SC is now a firm part of my creative toolkit but I rarely do anything using a single tool

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#3

i guess Nick Collins uses SuperCollider :slight_smile:

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#4

Some parts of Simon Scott’s albums were created using Supercollider.

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#5

Awesome stuff:

And, from @frankchannel:

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Ambient News = Cylob
Cylob ist rad

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#7

The great Swedish band Tape uses SC along with a number of other instruments.

Added link https://youtu.be/QHRf-47z59s

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#9

The sc140 project was a quite nerdy artistic challenge: a SuperCollider track in maximum 140 characters, which used to be the length of one tweet.

Tracks on the Internet Archive.

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#10

I love everything about the idea of tweet sized music! Fredrik Olofsson has a twitter timeline full supercollider sketches. Wonder if there’s a player to easy consume this.

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#12

Yes, it’s called “SuperCollider” :slight_smile:

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#13

I’ve heard of that one! But it doesn’t run on my phone afaik?

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#14

I’ll chime in with links to this page on the SuperCollider site, plus Sam Pluta, and my own albums Iris and Sⁿ

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#15

Jeff Carey is excellent:

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#16

Curtis Roads Music:

https://www.curtisroads.net/music/

and Florian Hecker has uses programs that are coded in SuperCollider

http://editionsmego.com/release/EMEGO-226-1

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#17

This seems to have some Super Collider, some Max also.

http://www.tedor.info/music/acousmatic-programming/

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#18

Oh I almost forgot one of my favorite pieces using SuperCollider by Jascha Narveson Lament for Solo Computer (2005)

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leaving this here

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#20

I think I remember Squarepusher using SC for things

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