Here it is in action, with a relatively simple rhythmic pattern:
You can explore more, including interactive documentation, on the official website: https://strudel.tidalcycles.org/
Felix and I documented the process and progress so far in a paper accepted for the 7th International Conference on Live Coding (ICLC), which took place in Utrecht last month. You can read the full paper here (free/open access), and see the related presentation from Felix here.
It’s been really interesting working on Strudel, and especially nice to start using it, including on a networked robot live choreography project with Kate Sicchio – more on that soon.
I’ll finish up with a strudel tune from Felix Roos:
Roos, Felix, and Alex McLean. 2023. “Strudel: Live Coding Patterns on the Web.” In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Live Coding. Utrecht, Netherlands. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7842142.