Capytalk is a Functional Reactive Programming Language that you can use to define interactions between internal or external data streams and Kyma Sound parameters. Reactive programming is a paradigm for computing and modifying asynchronous data streams. Some examples of asynchronous
There are several circumstances in which you might want to stream audio from your Paca(rana) onto a network, for example, you may want to: Share a Paca(rana) or a small number of Paca(rana)s among a group of sound designers working
Networked collaboration, telematic performances, and online learning have been growing in popularity for several years, but the lockdowns and social-distancing guidelines precipitated by the global COVID-19 pandemic have accelerated the adoption of these modes of interaction. This is a brief
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