There are several ways to make use of Kronos. This section features articles for setting up more advanced workflows to suit your individual needs.
If you are new to Kronos, I recommend getting started with the browser-based tutorial.
Browser with WebAssembly
Use Kronos embedded in your browser; patch, compile, hear and tweak sounds immediately.
Visual Patcher with Native Backend
Veneer comes with an embedded DSP compiler targeting WebAssembly. That works directly in your browser. However, you can also an run Veneer as a frontend for the native compute engine. This way you can benefit from the visual user interface, yet run your DSP with full native power, low latency, and the capacity of your audio interface. The rest of this article helps you set that up.
Using Kronos from the Command Line
The history of programming is rich with wonders worked through the power of terminals. You can use Kronos as a traditional compiler, or interact with a REPL prompt from your shell of choice.
Sublime Text Integration
Our plugin for Sublime Text 3 enables you to interactively edit, evaluate and hear programs directly in your text editor.