Gibber Alternatives

    Gibber is described as 'creative coding environment for audiovisual performance and composition. It contains features for audio synthesd musical sequencing, 2d drawing, 3d scene construction and manipulation, and live-coding shaders' and is an app in the Development category. There are more than 10 alternatives to Gibber for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Online / Web-based, Mac, Self-Hosted solutions and Linux. The best alternative is SuperCollider, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Gibber are Sonic Pi (Free, Open Source), Synthesine (Free, Open Source), ChucK (Free, Open Source) and Nyquist (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Oct 18, 2020

      • FreeOpen Source
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      A real time audio synthesis engine, and an object-oriented programming language specialised for music. SuperCollider was created in 1996 by James McCartney, Since version 3 it is released as free software.
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      Soinc Pi is a live-coding audio software. Learn to code creatively by composing, improvising or performing in an incredible range of styles from classical through to algorave. FEATURES Simple enough for computing and music lessons.


    1. Synthesine is a web playground for synthesizing sound waves from scratch. You can use it to create sine waves, white noise, and other building blocks of sound, and then pass these through modular components to synthesize more complex sounds like bells and whistles.
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      ChucK is a programming language for real-time sound synthesis and music creation.
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    2. Nyquist is a language and IDE for sound synthesis and music composition. It is implemented in C and C++ and runs on Win32, OSX, and Linux. Nyquist combines a powerful functional programming style with efficient signal-processing primitives.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      Faust (Functional Audio Stream) is a functional programming language for sound synthesis and audio processing with a strong focus on the design of synthesizers, musical instruments, audio effects, etc.
    3. Klangmeister is a live coding environment for the browser. It lets you design synthesisers and compose music using computer code - without having to install anything on your own computer.
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      Overtone is an open source audio environment designed to explore new musical ideas from synthesis and sampling to instrument building, live-coding and collaborative jamming.
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    4. Wavepot is a live-coding environment for creating sound and music. Build sound and music compositions on-the-fly using JavaScript and save your projects right to GitHub.
    5. The SOUL platform is a language and an API. The language is a small, carefully crafted DSL for writing the real-time parts of an audio algorithm. The API is designed to deploy that SOUL code to heterogeneous CPUs and DSPs, both locally and remotely.
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