In support of my Chuck A Day project I have written a basic php ChucK highlighter.

Available here.

Free to use just don’t be nasty if it does not work.


Over the last week I have been doing a bit of ChucK programming every day as part of my own ChucK a Day project.

ChucK is a strongly timed, audio programming language which is all about timing, it most basic concern is about the progression of time to now.

You can find out more about ChucK here.

You can follow my progress at www.ablelemon.co.uk/chuckaday.

If you have any ideas as to things I should try and do in ChucK or if you need some audio processing for something. send me suggestions to @scotthewitt

Performed by myself, Scott Hewitt and Sam Freeman as part of the inclusive improv live coding project. Details here.

Live Coding Duet – ‘bang’ from Scott Hewitt on Vimeo.

As it was a duet, we decided to try a little bit of production so 1 hour to setup and 4 hours with the videos, will do better next time!


Had a great time inter viewing Ray Evanoff for another Inclusive Improv podcast that I hosted. Interesting thoughts on playing amplified percussion and on improvisation in ensemble and solo contexts.

You can get the podcast online here.

The show notes are also available online here.

All previous inclusive improv podcast can be found at http://podcast.inclusiveimprov.co.uk.

Hope you enjoy the podcast.

As part of the Week of Speakers Huddersfield project I performed with Mihalis Santamas and Samuel Freeman using Tweet a Sound.

Here is the blog entry on Sound + Design about the performance http://www.soundplusdesign.com/?p=2556

You can follow us online on Twitter

@scotthewitt
@Hali__
@SamuelFreeman
@soundplusdesign

Andrew Spitz is the programmer behind Sound + Design and Tweet a Sound which is available as a free download at http://www.soundplusdesign.com/?page_id=1762

Recordings are available online at last.fm

The Week of Speakers 2009 Twitter Concert from Scott Hewitt on Vimeo.