Sonic Pi is a live-coded software synthesiser for teaching computing via music. It originates on the Raspberry Pi but should be on mainstream Linux too. This project is to clean it up by removing Raspbian hacks, package it and its dependencies and get it running nicely on openSUSE. Sonic Pi uses Ruby to control the synthesiser, and the frontend is written in Qt.

Looking for mad skills in:

qt ruby packaging breakbeats

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Hack Week 11

Activity

  • about 5 years ago: wstephenson added keyword "breakbeats" to Sonic Pi on SUSE
  • about 5 years ago: wstephenson added keyword "packaging" to Sonic Pi on SUSE
  • about 5 years ago: wstephenson added keyword "ruby" to Sonic Pi on SUSE
  • about 5 years ago: wstephenson added keyword "qt" to Sonic Pi on SUSE
  • about 5 years ago: wstephenson started Sonic Pi on SUSE
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    • digitaltomm
      over 4 years ago by digitaltomm | Reply

      Did you have some results so I don't have to start from scratch with https://github.com/samaaron/sonic-pi/blob/master/INSTALL.md#generic-linux ?

    • digitaltomm
      over 4 years ago by digitaltomm | Reply

      Works pretty well with dependency packages from OBS and the manual from https://github.com/samaaron/sonic-pi/blob/master/INSTALL.md#generic-linux

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