This is a random list of links that I find interesting. Feel free to comment and/or suggest other links. You won’t find links to closed software or to software which make use of closed frameworks/libraries/languages.
Music Informatics links
- A list of useful software for music production in Linux (2018, June)
- PLUM: list of programming languages used for music (most of them are old)
- A reasoned list of music installations updated at 2007
- A guide to algorithmic music
- INScore: a greate piece of software to create augmented music score, also in real-time
- dfscore: an amazing distributed music score
- FoxDot: live coding in Python
- TOPLAP: the home of live coding
- OpenMusic: probably the only visual programming language worth of music
- A very nice repository of various computational musicology tools
- Advanced music and Linux list of software
- ORCA: programming language for live-coding: be fast, don’t mind if it is unreadable for others.
General computer science links
- A very good university course on machine learning
- The deep learning book. A must.
- Python and the GIL: can we remove the GIL?
- Don’t bother your computer nerd friend because your computer isn’t working. Check this instead.
- Learn X in Y minutes, where X is almost everything: the best introduction or fast-review website for computer languages or advanced tools learnxinyminutes.com