As we'll discover in S4E4 of DevDiscuss, putting music and code together can be very generative
This week's episode of the DevDiscus podcast was a particularly fun one for @jess and me to record. In it, we had the pleasure of chatting with Amirreza Amouie, aka Amu, indie artist and software engineer, and Jérémie Astor, creator of Gwion, a programming language aimed at making music. The conversation you'll hear is focused on the software side of music-making, how code and music intersected in the lives of our guests, and much more. We’ll also hear clips of some of the music our guests have made!
If you’ve ever been fascinated by the effect music has on your ability to focus or code in a more enjoyable way, I think this episode will strike a chord with you.
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