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The author may have been led down a blind alley when he (?) infers from a screenshot that Dan Tepfer is using Processing for this. You can also see that he's running SuperCollider (the icon on the right-hand side of the list of apps), a programming language oriented around procedural music composition and sound synthesis, which is to my mind a much more natural fit for this kind of work.

Thanks! I didn't know about that! I will update the article and check out SuperCollider :)

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