Monthly Archives: May 2013

SuperCollider: drawing UGen graph

Many people find it useful to see graphically the network of unit generators in their SynthDefs. There is a Quark that will create a Graphviz .dot file from your SuperCollider code. First, install Graphviz (of course). There are downloads for OSX, Linux, and others. Then you need to install the rd_dot Quark. If you’ve never […]

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SuperCollider with Emacs on OSX

SuperCollider (Github) has a decent IDE these days. But perhaps you’d like to use an actual editor like Emacs. Sam Aaron published an article on this, but it is badly outdated. It was also overly complicated including copying several core directories out of the app. He’s probably too busy doing his good work with Overtone […]

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JDK 8, OSX, and Netbeans

Have you installed an Early Access Release of JDK 8? You may want to still use JDK 7 for some projects. I have a JavaFX 2 project that needs JDK 7 since there will be API changes in JDK8. I’ve previously covered using non Apple JDKs on Mountain Lion. Unfortunately, that doesn’t affect NetBeans default […]

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