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Sonic Pi

by fbehrens ST3

Command sonic Pi from sublime

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Sonic Pi

This plugin can command sonic Pi from sublime. It requires ruby and uses osc-ruby and sonic-pi-cli, which is a thin commandline wrapper for above.

Install it with Package Control Cmd+Shift+P Package Control: Install Package Sonic Pi

It works for me on

|OSX| Sublime3|ruby| sonic-pi-cli|Sonic pi |-|-|-|-|-| |10.10.5 | Build 3095|2.2.2p95|0.0.4|2.7 |10.11.2||||2.8|

more Requirements

Install sonic-pi-cli gem with gem install sonic-pi-cli

Sonic Pi Must be running.

So sonic_pi play 40 should be working.

Start Sublime with the Command Line (see) so that $PATH is correctly set.

Hotkeys

Keys Action
Alt-r run current file
Alt-Enter run current selection
Alt-s stop playing