The prompt for Genuary 2023 Day 12 is
A Voronoi diagram is also known as a Voronoi tessellation. But what if the Voronoi's wanted to run amok? In Today's Hydra sketch with SonicPi coded Audio, we are exploring this option.
Voronois appear Vornoois disappearing Voronois preparing For how they will fare For how they will show their flare With the ounces of light that acts a glare and their shadows, for with they share some of their internal glows external flows To shine upon those That happen to have their eyes close Never wanted it to be open to see Beyond the layers of corners and the sides As there is an element of surprise that is aided by their pride
osc(5, -0.1, 5) .add(voronoi(5, 3, 1).scrollX([0.2,0.3,-0.1,-0.1])) .luma(() => (time % 10 + 1) / 14) .blend(noise(2.5, 1, 3)) .kaleid([5, 4, 3, 5, 3, 7.626, 7, 5].fast(0.04)) .scale(()=> (time % 17+1)/27, 1, 3) .colorama([0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.4, 0.239, 0.7].smooth()) .repeat(()=> (time % 5 + 2)/4,()=> (time % 7 + 1)/4) .out(o1); src(o1) .mult(src(o0) .modulateRotate(o1, () => time % 100 + 1), -0.5) .out(o0); speed = 0.090;
#slowed down by 68% def rpitches (fx1,fx2,bpm,loop1,loop2,sound) with_fx fx1 do with_fx :vowel,voice: dice(3),mix: rrand(0.1,0.5) do use_bpm bpm live_loop loop1 do sample sound, rpitch: (scale [0,1,2,3,4,5,4].reverse, :hex_aeolian).tick if spread(17,24).tick sleep [0.5,1,2].choose end end end with_fx fx2 do with_fx :pitch_shift, pitch: dice(4) do with_fx :reverb do use_bpm bpm live_loop loop2 do sample sound, rpitch: (scale [0,1,2,3,4].reverse, :hex_aeolian).tick if spread(17,24).tick sleep [1,2,4,8].choose end end end end end sample rpitches(:ping_pong,:distortion, 5,:main1,:main2,:drum_bass_soft) rpitches(:distortion,:ixi_techno,10,:next1,:next2,:guit_em9) rpitches(:ixi_techno,:ping_poing,15,:third1,:third2,:elec_chime) rpitches(:ping_pong ,:distortion,15,:fourth1,:fourth2,:perc_snap) rpitches(:distortion,:ping_pong,15,:fifth1,:fifth2,:loop_perc2)