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Euclidean beatbox made with Processing

This is an online Euclidean beatbox application I did a while back when learning the basics of processing language.

The idea was to experiment with Euclidean algorithm for rhythmic patterns generation.

So this app provides three basic beatbox sounds, a kick, a snare and hi-hat, each triggered by its own Euclidean sequence. The tempo is fixed, you can adjust volume of each sound, set the length of the pattern, and the number of hits in each pattern.

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Processing language course on coursera

I have started to follow several courses on Coursera, one of them is Creative Programming for Digital Media & Mobile Apps this is very interesting so far and gives a good deal of information about using the Processing language for multimedia mobile applications.

The course teaches the basics of Processing, which is also used for Arduino programming, and it also gives a head start for coding appealing visual effects. Participants to the course have to submit their apps for peer review, and this blog post is where I’ll try to link my modest projects.


My first test Processing app can be seen on