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Sonic Pi v3.3.1

Welcome to the future of music.
Sonic Pi is a code-based music creation and performance tool.

Simple enough for computing and music lessons.
Powerful enough for professional musicians.
Free to download with a friendly tutorial.
Diverse community of over 1.5 million live coders.

Learn to code creatively by composing or performing music in an incredible range of styles from Classical & Jazz to Grime & EDM.
Brought to you by Sam Aaron and the Sonic Pi Core Team
Originally created at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.
Sonic Pi is an Open Source Project released under the MIT License.

Sonic Pi helps you engage students in Computing through music. Read how in the article 'Live Coding Education'

Watch this introductory CAS TV interview with Sonic Pi creator Sam Aaron.

Music Live Coding

Sonic Pi is a new kind of musical instrument which enables exciting new learning pathways in the classroom.

mehackit creative programming workshop with Sonic Pi

Classroom Ready

Sonic Pi was designed, implemented and developed with extensive classroom trials in close collaboration with teachers.

Introduction for Teachers

Creative Computing

Sonic Pi comes with a scheme of work targetted for KS3 Computing developed in harmony with the new UK curriculum.

Scheme of Work for Computing Lessons

Full tutorial HERE

Live Coding Performances

Sonic Pi is a new kind of musical instrument.
Watch how you can use it for live performances from ambient sets to dance music in nightclubs...

Sonic Pi at TEDx
"Sonic Pi lowers the barrier to entry for a creative experience with code..."

Free Sonic Pi Book

Sam Aaron, creator of Sonic Pi, has written this book to
complement the built-in documentation.

Master live loops, code drum breaks, compose your own melodies make random riffs and loops, learn to shape and sculpt sounds and much, much more...

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This download is for the Windows version. If you need the MacOS version, download here.

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Downloads Views Developer Last Update Version Size Type Rank
3,850 5,450 Sam Aaron <img src=" Pi1_th.png"border="0"> Apr 07, 2021 - 11:30 3.3.1 166.2MB MSI 5/5, out of 45 Votes.
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