Just wondering as the thread title asks!
Sonic pi seems to be popular (and is relying on supercollider in a similar way to TC i think)
Im a big fan of ORCA (which incendentally I suggested audio rate operation for synthesis using logic gates and potentionally MIDI - Devine just ignored the idea of audio and implemented MIDI to transform what was Pico - a programming playground, into ORCA the amazing alorithmic sequencer - check it out by all means)
But ive seen people using p;ain supercollider for performances. Foxdot, Perl, and more. What are you using for live-coding other than Tidal?
++ im wondering what the live-code community feels about what im calling "live-patching" IE creating a performance from scratch using modular / graphical / node-based softwares like Pure Data, Max/MSP, VCV rack, Cherry audio softube etc. Is this acceptable under the term Live coding? Obviously its not code, but as Yaxu said in a recent Music hackspace interview, essentially its all the same to a degree. For example using ORCA for an off the cuff perfomance isnt exactly coding, but seem to go down well at the ALgomech festival in 2019 (and using the awesome Pimoroni Ubercorn LED matrices to boot)