awesome thomas, the idea is not new, cell phone orchestras have been around
a while, i guess some of the first ones were so that a group could play a
microtonal pd or max patch.
had to leave the studio early so didnt get to look into the free bsd
server, am currently in a public park with some borrowed speakers with
surround and sub bass, sitting on a pillow , jamming puredata recordings,
playing my untuned(missplaced my tuning wrench and pocket knife) guitar
through guitarix, and charging devices so i can work a bit in the peace and
quiet of the off grid old old homeplace. maybe i can look up the free bsd
On Oct 17, 2016 8:06 PM, "Thomas Mayer" <tho...@residuum.org> wrote:
> On 14.10.2016 06:06, Billy Stiltner wrote:
> > http://raw-sockets.sysapps.org/#interface-tcpsocket for a possible
> > simpler 3rd option, its hard to find which direction to go in.
> > imagine an impromptu group jam where you have a puredata instrument
> > ready to accept messages over the internet and the group is the audience
> > that can join in on the jam using their mobile devices as the interface.
> DJ and me are doing apps for both: Accessing sensor data and sending it
> to Pd patches as well as sending the data via OSC. I will perform with
> several Android phones handed out to the audience next week in Munich.
> Apparently we are still missing the documentation and downloads, but the
> code is there and contains help in English, Portuguese and German:
> "I'm a white male, age 18 to 49. Everyone listens to me, no matter how
> dumb my suggestions are."
> (Homer Simpson in: Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy)
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