I would like to share with you the Mercury live coding environment that I’ve been working on for the last couple of years. It initially started as an environment running on MaxMSP (still available to use), but is also a browser based version using ToneJS. With Mercury my goal was to create a minimal and human-readable language to be able to express yourself more easily/quickly in a live performance situation and also to have a more entry level environment for teaching creative coding. The concept of the sequencer is inspired by total-serialism, every musical parameter can be expressed as a list of numbers, and every list can be generated/transformed in many different ways (these concepts of course are very much prominent in generative music/live coding, so there is quite some overlap with other language I’m aware).
Feel free to give it a try and report back if you have ideas/suggestions/comments/questions (also via the github issues page is fine):
Browser version: https://mercury.timohoogland.com/
MaxMSP version: https://github.com/tmhglnd/mercury
Or clone it for local use: https://github.com/tmhglnd/mercury-playground
Here is a short video showing a few examples (you can also paste your hydra visuals to run in the background while coding/performing):