What is Sardine?
Sardine is a Python based musical instrument. While it may look like a typical Python library, it is best described as a modular live coding environment. You won’t just import it and forget it, you will play it like a guitar or a trombone. Sardine will allow you to sequence synthesizers, audio samples and various messages used by software or hardware audio/video equipment. Sardine is leveraging Python as a way to build powerful and terse algorithmic sequences that you can type fast while on stage. Sardine is also embedding multiple small languages (the more the merrier!) allowing you to do that even faster, and with style!
Sardine is using Python for its flexibility. Python is a very popular programming language for a good reason. It has a lot of different packages and it is very well supported pretty much everywhere :) You won’t have any problem finding a good text editor or finding the right tools for the job.
A small community of musicians and artists in France (and even elsewhere) are using Sardine. You can find more by looking at the showcase section or by getting in touch with other Sardine users on social medias: Discord, etc…