I started a new computer music blog called Slipmat, which will cover broad topics related to musical language design, injected with my own personal theories and philosophies, rather than focusing on any particular language. On occasion, and only if appropriate, I’ll cross post between The Csound Blog and Slipmat. For example, this:
The following mockup code is what you would get if your combined the awesome powers of Csound with the beauty of Python. I’m taking some liberties. The example is ignorant of i, k and a-rate. Instead of an orchestra/score pair, everything is combined as one file. And I’m introducing a concept for scheduling events, @, which tells when to do something.