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README.md

Sonic Pi Resources

This repository is a personal and (more or less) structured collection of my experiments, ideas and notes of how I use Sonic Pi. As this it will be under permanent construction. Much of this is borrowed and/or inspired by other people.

Sonic Pi is - among others - a live coding environement created by Sam Aaron. For a thorough introduction to Sonic Pi it is best to download and install the program and work through the inbuild tutorial.

A preliminary outline of issues I have in mind and will gradually complete:

(I will write in English. This is not my first language. If you find errors and misspellings ignore it or let me know so I can fix that and improve my English.)