Conference paper Open Access
Luis N. Del Angel; Marianne Teixido; Emilio Ocelotl; David Ogborn
In May 2018, the collective RGGTRN presented a series of live coding workshops focused on the development of localized mini live coding languages, targeting the underlying affordances of TidalCycles via the Estuary web-based environment. This paper recounts the experience of those workshops, including interpretation of the live coding esolangs La Calle and Sucixxx created during the workshops. This paper ends with a brief analysis of an anonymous survey deployed during the workshops and a brief discussion of future work. On the basis of this account, we suggest localization as an aspect to be further explored in live coding practice.