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Contributors

We would like to express our sincerest thanks and gratitude to everyone that has helped with either the development of Sonic Pi or supported its use in any capacity. On its own Sonic Pi is just a piece of software. Only when combined with our kind and generous community does it become a powerful tool for sharing and celebrating the creativity of code. Thank-you everyone.

A humble beginning

The start of any project is a fragile period which relies heavily on the generous support of others. We would like to offer our considered gratitude to the following people who provided support in the early days of Sonic Pi with their time, advice, and wisdom:

Organisations

The following organisations have kindly contributed to Sonic Pi:

Patreon Supporters

Sonic Pi development is increasingly funded by a growing number of very kind and generous people via Patreon. We would like to thank everyone who has supported Sonic Pi in this way - especially the following individuals who have been remarkably generous:

Outstanding Community Contributions

We would like to recognise the following individuals for their important contributions which have supported the Sonic Pi Community:

Guidance and Advice

We would like to thank the following people for their time providing valuable advice, feedback and suggestions on a wide variety of aspects of Sonic Pi - from technical development, to artistic conceptualisations, to musical production and performance.

Core Team

Much of the development, distribution and support work for Sonic Pi is carried out by the Core Team. This is a group of dedicated volunteers (with the exception of Sam Aaron who works full time on the project) who kindly donate their time to continue to improve Sonic Pi.

Current members:

Previous members:

Developer Contributions

In addition to the Sonic Pi Core Team, we would like to extend our thanks to the following developers who have donated their time and effort to help grow and improve the Sonic Pi code base:

Translation

The following volunteers have generously helped to translate Sonic Pi into additional languages:

  • Łukasz Siwiński (148)
  • Kenichi Kanai (119)
  • Hanno Zulla (118)
  • Nico Staelens (82)
  • Sam Aaron (40)
  • Nicolas Dermine (39)
  • Olympia Brikis (35)
  • Cindy Dallaire (32)
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Inspiration

The following is a far from complete list of some of the individuals who have provided inspiration for the creation of Sonic Pi through their own projects:

Core Team Thanks

Sam Aaron would like to express his deep thanks to his family and friends who have supported him over the years and given him the strength to continue on this strange and often unforgiving path. He would particularly like to thank his friend and partner Susanna and also his fab Mum.

Luis Lloret wants to thank his wonderful family for their understanding and support while working on this. Specially Marina, you are my reason to live. Mar and Darío, keep being so special and giving us so much joy.

Xavier Riley would like to thank his wife Emily, and he'd like to reassure her that he definitely loves her more than any computer. Also big thanks to conference organizers, in particular Simon Starr for putting on the awesome Bath Ruby conferences and letting me rock out there not once, but twice. Lastly I'd like to thank Scott Wilson for teaching me some programming as part of a music degree, and my good friend David Bamber for helping me get started as a programmer.

Adrian Cheater dedicates this space in loving memory of her mother, Katherine Cheater. Mom shared her passion for music and performance and equipped me with all the tools I needed to live life fully. She was kind, but did not let the opinions of strangers deter her from her path. Though mom never met me as her daughter, I know she would have been proud that I chose to embrace my truth as it became known to me. My wish is that you, fellow musician, will also choose to never dampen your light, and that you will encourage and empower others to shine bright.

Robin Newman would like to thank Sam for producing such inspirational software as Sonic Pi. Both the sounds that it can produce and the intricate programming beneath the surface are a work of art. To work with Sonic Pi gives me such a buzz as I have not experienced since working with Music on a network of BBC Micros in the 1980s. Then as now my Wife Julia describes herself as a computer widow. I thank her for putting up with my passion for musical programming over the years.

Ethan Crawford is grateful to his parents for giving him the opportunity of music lessons as a young boy, and all the skills and interests that this helped to develop. He'd also like to thank Sam for creating Sonic Pi and the ease and fun with which it combines two of his favourite interests - music and programming.

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