its kinda crazy, am at the studio and found an old notebook with a beat
matrix pattern drawn out for one of my drum loops like 20 years ago. i
think the program that was used was called awave, it was a simple program,
no midi just painting with waves on a grid. to change the pitch of an
event, the mouse was dragged up or down or a keypress on selected event
would also work. seems like i used cool edit pro and cakewalk at first for
live audio recording in realtime and the latency 20 years ago didnt seem as
bad as it has been in the last 10 years at times. i guess its called
operating system bloat.
I might have developed a solution to the message handling waste of cpu for
unneeded message checking all those years ago.
so neat to find an old notebook, it kinda brings back the memories of what
i need to program. its like i had a great idea and maybe i can use that
idea to make things work the way they ought to instead of the way they work
for the sake of every reason besides why i need things to work, lol.
anyways, thanks for the info patrice, @Dan. yes 1 GHz is better than 66MHz,
these things ought to be smokin as dsp.
and as far as dns server, seems like freeBSD server had http server as
well as dns server way back then. am needing to set up a server like right
now anyways so will let you know what i find,
here is for your sidetrack reading pleasure
On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 12:39 AM, Dan Wilcox <danomat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Maybe android is best used to send OSC messages to a pd patch running on a
> real computer.
> You have the accelerometers and possibly other sensors builtin, the whole
> thing is a gesture controller not a dsp machine.
> Tell that to RjDj. dsp on mobile has been a reality for some time now and
> getting more capable every year. How long ago was it we were all doing live
> patches on single core ~1 Ghz machines? :)
> Dan Wilcox
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