Scripts describe to crow how it should function in a particular moment. Through scripts, crow’s identity can morph between quantizer, euclidean sequencer, clock divider, or interrelated lfo generator.
Though you can use scripts generously contributed by others, you don’t need to know how to program before you’re able to write a script yourself. Wanting to learn is the only true prerequisite, the same as any other language.
We’ve developed and collected a number of crow-specific resources. Through these pages, you’ll learn more about the approachable programming interface at the core of crow, across different environments:
- scripting with druid // writing text-based crow scripts with a laptop or desktop computer
- scripting with norns // integrating crow into norns scripts far beyond clocking
- scripting with teletype // navigating crow’s i2c-based relationship with Teletype
- script reference // the full crow API with functional examples
- maps // text + videos exploring crow as a musical framework