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My name is Jun Shern, I'm a 4th (final) year student studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London, and I'd love to come on board with the Processing community for Google Summer of Code 2018!
I'm hoping to work on the project "Algorithmic Composition with p5.Sound" on the project-lists page. I've been a huge fan of p5.js for years, and it so happens the topic of my (in-progress) Master's project this year is "Human-Robot Collaboration for Musical Tasks", which focuses on algorithmic composition applied to the task of live music accompaniment by a robot (Find out more about my background on my website, and resume). It would be a huge joy and honour to get the chance to apply my knowledge to creating new p5.js-sound examples and features!
The main idea is that I intend to build up features and support materials to enable users to get involved with algorithmic composition on p5.js. This will involve some new features (see my issue about MIDI), new examples and documentation. For more details please have a look at my proposal document, and feel free to leave comments on the document or in this forum!
I'm in the process of outlining the main components of my proposal here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uWFplDpLht1E8JM7l-M7XvzfZjx5BCA5FpMWsLxAq2o/edit?usp=sharing, and would love to get some early feedback from any interested parties.
Nice to meet you all!