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UK Smalltalk User Group Meeting - Wednesday, November 25th

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Giovanni Corriga
Sun, Nov 8, 2020 1:25 PM

The next meeting of the UK Smalltalk User Group will be on Wednesday, November 25th.

Stephen Travis Pope will present Siren9 and CSL6 - Frameworks and Applications for Sound/Music Creation and Processing.

The Siren system ( https://github.com/stpope/Siren9 ) is a general-purpose software framework for music and sound composition, processing, performance, and analysis; it is a collection of about 350 classes written in Smalltalk-80 (40 kLOC or so). The current version of Siren (9.0) works on VisualWorks Smalltalk and supports streaming I/O via OpenSoundControl (OSC), MIDI, and multi-channel audio ports. The CREATE Signal Library (CSL)( https://github.com/stpope/CSL6 ) is a cross-platform C++ framework for digital audio signal synthesis, analysis, spatialization and interactive sound/music application development. CSL was developed at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) starting in the late 1990s. This presentation will introduce both package and demonstrate their use together to construct real-time compositional and music synthesis software.

Stephen Travis Pope ( http://heaveneverywhere.com/stp ) is an award-winning composer, film-maker, computer scientist and social activist based in Santa Barbara, California. He is currently active as a software development contractor and intellectual property expert through FASTLab. His music and video compositions are released through HeavenEverywhere Media. Stephen has used the Smalltalk programming system since 1984 and made several significant contributions to it, though he remains frustrated by programming environments in general.

Given the current COVID-19 restrictions, this will be an online meeting from home.

If you'd like to join us, please sign up in advance on the meeting's Meetup page ( https://www.meetup.com/UKSTUG/events/cbklbrybcpbhc/ ) to receive the meeting details. Don’t forget to bring your laptop and drinks!

The next meeting of the UK Smalltalk User Group will be on Wednesday, November 25th. Stephen Travis Pope will present Siren9 and CSL6 - Frameworks and Applications for Sound/Music Creation and Processing. The Siren system ( https://github.com/stpope/Siren9 ) is a general-purpose software framework for music and sound composition, processing, performance, and analysis; it is a collection of about 350 classes written in Smalltalk-80 (40 kLOC or so). The current version of Siren (9.0) works on VisualWorks Smalltalk and supports streaming I/O via OpenSoundControl (OSC), MIDI, and multi-channel audio ports. The CREATE Signal Library (CSL)( https://github.com/stpope/CSL6 ) is a cross-platform C++ framework for digital audio signal synthesis, analysis, spatialization and interactive sound/music application development. CSL was developed at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) starting in the late 1990s. This presentation will introduce both package and demonstrate their use together to construct real-time compositional and music synthesis software. Stephen Travis Pope ( http://heaveneverywhere.com/stp ) is an award-winning composer, film-maker, computer scientist and social activist based in Santa Barbara, California. He is currently active as a software development contractor and intellectual property expert through FASTLab. His music and video compositions are released through HeavenEverywhere Media. Stephen has used the Smalltalk programming system since 1984 and made several significant contributions to it, though he remains frustrated by programming environments in general. Given the current COVID-19 restrictions, this will be an online meeting from home. If you'd like to join us, please sign up in advance on the meeting's Meetup page ( https://www.meetup.com/UKSTUG/events/cbklbrybcpbhc/ ) to receive the meeting details. Don’t forget to bring your laptop and drinks!
GC
Giovanni Corriga
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 7:06 PM

Hi,

it appears that Meetup is down - here is the zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/94624791973?pwd=L2NXc0pWOGIxMm5pbC9DOWdxTzlXUT09

On Sun, 8 Nov 2020 at 13:25, Giovanni Corriga giovanni@corriga.net wrote:

The next meeting of the UK Smalltalk User Group will be on Wednesday, November 25th.

Stephen Travis Pope will present Siren9 and CSL6 - Frameworks and Applications for Sound/Music Creation and Processing.

The Siren system ( https://github.com/stpope/Siren9 ) is a general-purpose software framework for music and sound composition, processing, performance, and analysis; it is a collection of about 350 classes written in Smalltalk-80 (40 kLOC or so). The current version of Siren (9.0) works on VisualWorks Smalltalk and supports streaming I/O via OpenSoundControl (OSC), MIDI, and multi-channel audio ports. The CREATE Signal Library (CSL)( https://github.com/stpope/CSL6 ) is a cross-platform C++ framework for digital audio signal synthesis, analysis, spatialization and interactive sound/music application development. CSL was developed at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) starting in the late 1990s. This presentation will introduce both package and demonstrate their use together to construct real-time compositional and music synthesis software.

Stephen Travis Pope ( http://heaveneverywhere.com/stp ) is an award-winning composer, film-maker, computer scientist and social activist based in Santa Barbara, California. He is currently active as a software development contractor and intellectual property expert through FASTLab. His music and video compositions are released through HeavenEverywhere Media. Stephen has used the Smalltalk programming system since 1984 and made several significant contributions to it, though he remains frustrated by programming environments in general.

Given the current COVID-19 restrictions, this will be an online meeting from home.

If you'd like to join us, please sign up in advance on the meeting's Meetup page ( https://www.meetup.com/UKSTUG/events/cbklbrybcpbhc/ ) to receive the meeting details. Don’t forget to bring your laptop and drinks!

Hi, it appears that Meetup is down - here is the zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/94624791973?pwd=L2NXc0pWOGIxMm5pbC9DOWdxTzlXUT09 On Sun, 8 Nov 2020 at 13:25, Giovanni Corriga <giovanni@corriga.net> wrote: > The next meeting of the UK Smalltalk User Group will be on Wednesday, > November 25th. > > Stephen Travis Pope will present Siren9 and CSL6 - Frameworks and > Applications for Sound/Music Creation and Processing. > > The Siren system ( https://github.com/stpope/Siren9 ) is a > general-purpose software framework for music and sound composition, > processing, performance, and analysis; it is a collection of about 350 > classes written in Smalltalk-80 (40 kLOC or so). The current version of > Siren (9.0) works on VisualWorks Smalltalk and supports streaming I/O via > OpenSoundControl (OSC), MIDI, and multi-channel audio ports. The CREATE > Signal Library (CSL)( https://github.com/stpope/CSL6 ) is a > cross-platform C++ framework for digital audio signal synthesis, analysis, > spatialization and interactive sound/music application development. CSL was > developed at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) starting in > the late 1990s. This presentation will introduce both package and > demonstrate their use together to construct real-time compositional and > music synthesis software. > > Stephen Travis Pope ( http://heaveneverywhere.com/stp ) is an > award-winning composer, film-maker, computer scientist and social activist > based in Santa Barbara, California. He is currently active as a software > development contractor and intellectual property expert through FASTLab. > His music and video compositions are released through HeavenEverywhere > Media. Stephen has used the Smalltalk programming system since 1984 and > made several significant contributions to it, though he remains frustrated > by programming environments in general. > > Given the current COVID-19 restrictions, this will be an online meeting > from home. > > If you'd like to join us, please sign up in advance on the meeting's > Meetup page ( https://www.meetup.com/UKSTUG/events/cbklbrybcpbhc/ ) to > receive the meeting details. Don’t forget to bring your laptop and drinks! >