TidalCycles 1.0.4


#1

Hello all, tidal 1.0.x is released, a major update with e.g. new functions, new ways of combining patterns, and controller input.
Plus a new website: https://tidalcycles.org/
it’s a wiki with expanding documentation: https://tidalcycles.org/index.php/Userbase

Here’s a CDM article about it: http://cdm.link/2018/12/tidalcycles-free-live-coding-environment-for-music-turns-1-0/

cheers!


#2

I miss using tidal, I need to get back on it. Great update! Amazing to see how its grown in the last few years.


#3

i’m glad you posted this @yaxu
will definitely try new tides when i have time


#4

I’ve been getting into Tidal 1.0 the last couple of days and its sooo good and fun. Much more accessible than i expected (sans the install process). I also find it incredibly refreshing to move away from the GUI world while at the same time avoiding the verbose tediousness and intellectual requirements of supercollider/csound. Thanks to @yaxu and everyone who helped create this.


#5

Somehow this thread alerted me to the existence of neovim, vim-plug, got me to spring-clean my Haskell install, use tmux and fiddle with a bash script, download SuperCollider… it’s actually been really fun leveling up my super-user stat :joy:. And the TidalCycles installation was only complicated by me trying to be too clever / following directions poorly.

Anyway, I got the “hello world” d1 $ sound "bd sn" to work! I’m excited to explore more, thanks for posting here :relaxed: