In episode 106 of Thinking Elixir, we learn how the SonicPi project has been letting people live code musical performances for years. Sam Aaron joins us to talk about the project and how Elixir is playing an increased role. The project uses multiple languages and frameworks, in fact, Joe Armstrong created the Erlang portion for handling the concurrent IO needs. We talk about where the project is, what’s new in the upcoming release, and more about the future of Elixir with the project. LiveView as a UI for jamming with your friends in a distributed musical performance tool? Cool! We also talk about SonicPi being used in the education space and introducing kids to coding and much more!