I have been a fan of the audio programming language Chuck ever since i came across it few months ago. Its used by the Laptop Orchestras from the Princeton University and Stanford. For tinkerers like us its a wonderful tool to mix the hardware hacking with computer synthesized sound. I can’t play any instruments. But i can code. I understand math. This tool frees me to apply my programming skills to create new sounds. So i set out to combine MQTT, Processing and Chuck.
While waiting for my Arduino Yun to arrive for my WiFi Christmas Tree project, I decided to complete as many software components as possible. I had already setup a local MQTT broker and bridge. Now I am planning to use my PC and Mac for all the music and sound generation. They will act as MQTT subscribers. I will be running Processing sketches on the PC. So I decided to setup MQTT Client Libraries on Processing.