I gave a talk at RubyDay 2015 about Sonic PI, a free live coding synth where you can write code to compose and perform music.
In the talk, I go through the main features of the application and show how easy it is to start composing your own pieces writing plain old Ruby. Then, I move on to the more advanced synth features, using multiple threads and sample manipulation to start producing more complex tracks. After all that, I get the party started with some live coding.
Check out the video below!
This talk was originally delivered at RubyDay 2015. You can follow Ju on Twitter @arkh4m.