I've worked my way through various "intro to #supercollider" howtos demos a few times over the last couple of years and feel like I'm getting a bit more traction this time around.
I realized, though, that I've been frustrated that pretty much all of the material out there is written with the assumption that you're either:
* Pretty familiar with audio synthesis but not at all familiar with programming concepts * Pretty familiar with programming but not at all familiar with audio synthesis concepts
And in both cases, intro tutorials focus initially focus very heavily on the SynthDef aspect of supercollider versus the "How to make supercollider play deliberate sequences of named musical notes" aspect of it, which is really what I'm more interested in at this stage. But after my previous false starts I think I can skip ahead a little bit, and work my way backwards.