do you know lisp and music theory and maybe have a soup癟on of weirdo computer-human-interaction chops? i have a question!

2:15 AM 繚 Oct 27, 2020

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if you wanted to read aloud a bit of lisp (not much, mostly just smaller code samples), and wanted to convey the meaning of the parens, how would you do it?
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i was thinking a chord sequence that played in the background depending on the depth -- so the chord would change up at every ( and return down at every ) but maybe there's also a way to convey the position within a sexp too? or is that info overload and not useful?
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i just want to avoid going openparen openparen openparen without conveying any long-lasting info
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(please retweet if you have lisp-music-lovin' friends too)
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Replying to @mala
I am commenting solely to see who turns up in this thread.
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Replying to @mala
@peterseibel is this you?
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I mean, maybe? What's the question?
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Replying to @mala
paging @glowascii :)
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Two out of three ain't bad XD And seems like there's enough information here to think about it anyway! HMMMMM
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Replying to @mala
I like the idea of layers of melody and rhythm that are added in. Rather than the chord as punctuation you would be immersed in increasing, then decreasing, numbers of instruments
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