and here it is :thumbsup:

my first track played live in supercollider

I used this code from the supercollider-tutorial and changed some parameters over time while recording the output:

    var n = 12;
                [53.0.rrand(300), 67.0.rrand(2001)],
                n.reciprocal * 0.41
    *, 6), doneAction: 2)
so the code reflects the last tone in the recording. everything else before is lost and cannot be restored. this is an interesting aspect that makes working in supercollider so fresh for me. it is not a daw where you can record every fader movement ...