Re: [PD] www.pd-tutorial.com

2009-03-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hallo, Andy Farnell hat gesagt: // Andy Farnell wrote: Congrats on finishing it Johannes. This looks very nice. Some people ask if my book focuses on sound design, and Millers book focuses on DSP theory, why is there not a book dedicated to composition in Pd? Well now there is. Hm, you

Re: [PD] Unified Library was Re: Call for GSoC mentors! March 9th deadline!

2009-03-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hallo, danomatika hat gesagt: // danomatika wrote: So rc-chorus~_ is a regular object and rc-chorus~ is a gui wrapper with SSSAD. So if you want SSSAD you use the gui. I wouldn't put the sssad objects in the version with GUI. IMO It's more useful to have them in the engine objects, e.g. for

Re: [PD] Unified Library was Re: Call for GSoC mentors! March 9th deadline!

2009-03-17 Thread Enrique Erne
Frank Barknecht wrote: Hallo, danomatika hat gesagt: // danomatika wrote: So rc-chorus~_ is a regular object and rc-chorus~ is a gui wrapper with SSSAD. So if you want SSSAD you use the gui. I wouldn't put the sssad objects in the version with GUI. IMO It's more useful to have them in the

Re: [PD] Unified Library was Re: Call for GSoC mentors! March 9th deadline!

2009-03-17 Thread Enrique Erne
i had a look at rjlib. it's a beautiful collection. i love the fact that it is not too big and not using any external. though why is there a u_sssad.pd it seems the same as the original sssad.pd frank didn't you say once you would prefer that people don't include their own copy of sssad?

Re: [PD] www.pd-tutorial.com

2009-03-17 Thread Koray Tahiroglu
Congratulations Johannes, This book will definitely be a bonus teaching material together with Miller's book for the computer generated music course that I am planning to teach next autumn. I had already involved Andy's book for the Sound design ( + a bit physics of sound ) course. Now

Re: [PD] Unified Library was Re: Call for GSoC mentors! March 9th deadline!

2009-03-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hallo, Enrique Erne hat gesagt: // Enrique Erne wrote: i had a look at rjlib. it's a beautiful collection. i love the fact that it is not too big and not using any external. though why is there a u_sssad.pd it seems the same as the original sssad.pd frank didn't you say once you would

Re: [PD] Unified Library was Re: Call for GSoC mentors! March 9th deadline!

2009-03-17 Thread Andy Farnell
On Tue, 17 Mar 2009 03:49:11 -0500 Luke Iannini lukex...@gmail.com wrote: - for hierarchies, as Miller and Frank and many others seem to do (e.g. $0-foobar-baz, and as part of pd itself: [s pd-mysubpatch]) _ as space, e.g. [receive a_certain_frob] How do we feel about the use of actual

Re: [PD] Unified Library was Re: Call for GSoC mentors! March 9th deadline!

2009-03-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hallo, Andy Farnell hat gesagt: // Andy Farnell wrote: How do we feel about the use of actual whitespace, particularly in inlet and outlet boxes. I generally use - and _ as hierarchy and spacing delimiters as per convention, but when it comes to inlets and outlets I often say [outlet patch

Re: [PD] pidip compilation problem

2009-03-17 Thread marc widmer
hi my configure command looks like this: ./configure --with-pd=/usr/lib/pd --with-pdp=/home/metafor/Desktop/puredata-externals/externals/pdp/ --with-ffmpeg=/home/metafor/Desktop/puredata-externals/ffmpeg/ i added this option --disable-capture but with no success, old pidip fails at the

Re: [PD] www.pd-tutorial.com

2009-03-17 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
Looks good, a nice surprise, I didn't even realize you were writing it. I added this to my class syllabus site, I'll let you know what the students say. Koray, a PID would be a fun book to write, I am up for it! First lets get the FLOSS manuals Pure Data book out there. .hc On Mar

Re: [PD] pidip compilation problem

2009-03-17 Thread IOhannes m zmoelnig
marc widmer wrote: hi my configure command looks like this: ./configure --with-pd=/usr/lib/pd --with-pdp=/home/metafor/Desktop/puredata-externals/externals/pdp/ --with-ffmpeg=/home/metafor/Desktop/puredata-externals/ffmpeg/ two suggestions: - have you configured and built pdp? - is the

Re: [PD] pidip compilation problem

2009-03-17 Thread marc widmer
hi IOhannes thanks for your inputs... yes, pdp is installed an running (PDP: pure data packet version 0.12.5-darcs) ffmpeg is from cvs, but not from sourceforge, apparently ffmpeg moved to ffmpeg.org i downloaded it via svn from here: svn checkout svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk ffmpeg

Re: [PD] GEM on Linux netbook

2009-03-17 Thread errordeveloper
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 09:18:54AM -0500, Ben Baker-Smith wrote: The point of looking into the netbook was as an affordable piece of hardware that wouldn't cost me as much to replace if it got busted up / stolen at a show. If I was looking to find the optimal system I would, of course, be

Re: [PD] pidip compilation problem

2009-03-17 Thread IOhannes m zmoelnig
marc widmer wrote: hi IOhannes thanks for your inputs... yes, pdp is installed an running (PDP: pure data packet version 0.12.5-darcs) ffmpeg is from cvs, but not from sourceforge, apparently ffmpeg moved to ffmpeg.org i downloaded it via svn from here: svn checkout

Re: [PD] pidip compilation problem

2009-03-17 Thread marc widmer
hi IOhannes you are right, it compiles without ffmpeg. i moved my changed c_track object to the new pidip sources and it seems to work, i have to check it intensively in the next days. the old pidip will not compile, guess it's what yves mentioned, my imagamagick version is too new. so if

Re: [PD] Writing you own externals in PD How to?

2009-03-17 Thread Georg Holzmann
Hallo! experience, aims what I would like is the easiest route to begin with :)* First rule is always: use C/C++ only if it is _really_ necessary. (you can design most of your filters also with pd's elementary filter objects ...) If you really want DSP externals:

Re: [PD] Writing you own externals in PD How to?

2009-03-17 Thread David Doukhan
maybe you could have a look to : http://pdstatic.iem.at/externals-HOWTO ... 2009/3/17 Geoff geoffspured...@googlemail.com: Hi This is quite along post but I thought the background was needed for it to make sense. Background I have previous programming experience however I have been using

Re: [PD] GEM on Linux netbook

2009-03-17 Thread Mathieu Bouchard
On Tue, 17 Mar 2009, errordevelo...@gmail.com wrote: On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 09:18:54AM -0500, Ben Baker-Smith wrote: The point of looking into the netbook was as an affordable piece of hardware that wouldn't cost me as much to replace if it got busted up / stolen at a show. If I was looking

Re: [PD] Writing you own externals in PD How to?

2009-03-17 Thread Andy Farnell
On Tue, 17 Mar 2009 15:52:17 +0100 Nicolas Montgermont nicolas_montgerm...@yahoo.fr wrote: Hello, If you have the example in faust, there is an online compiler for puredata external: http://faust.grame.fr/compiler.php I haven't test it though. It works very well. Though the question you

Re: [PD] Writing you own externals in PD How to?

2009-03-17 Thread Geoff
Thanks for the reply This is interesting, but I am not sure if I understand you correctly. A nice example of this would be building filters like biquad starting with just [+~], [*~] and [z~]. Then in the second round using them to make a synthesiser. Then in the third round using those to

Re: [PD] GEM on Linux netbook

2009-03-17 Thread martin brinkmann
Ben Baker-Smith wrote: -Does the netbook have enough processing power for general GEM applications? I'm usually not dealing with video files, but rather particle generation, shape manipulation, GIF texturing, and audio-response. On my Macbook (2.0 GHz intel processor) the CPU meter always

Re: [PD] Writing you own externals in PD How to?

2009-03-17 Thread Andy Farnell
On Tue, 17 Mar 2009 16:00:32 + Geoff geoffspured...@googlemail.com wrote: So I can actually build filters from smaller building blocks in PD, Yes, and it's great fun and very educational I thought that this can be done in PD as a test exercise but not if I want to create something

Re: [PD] Writing you own externals in PD How to?

2009-03-17 Thread Geoff
Okay :( it was a nice dream though. I have been thinking its probably worthwhile me downloading and installing linux onto my macbook purely to download the CCRMA stack of programs including PD and then working my way through Julius Smith books and accompanying papers then hopefully I will

Re: [PD] dynamic creation arguments for route

2009-03-17 Thread Ingo Scherzinger
Is is possible to dynamically alter the creation arguments for a route object? [maxlib/nroute] can do that. The only difference to [route] is that it doesn't eliminate the value that is routed. This is because it can be set to any location of the list that's coming in. Ingo

Re: [PD] Writing you own externals in PD How to?

2009-03-17 Thread Andy Farnell
And visit here for much goodness http://www.musicdsp.org/ On Tue, 17 Mar 2009 16:24:20 + Geoff geoffspured...@googlemail.com wrote: Okay :( it was a nice dream though. ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management -

Re: [PD] Unified Library was Re: Call for GSoC mentors! March 9th deadline!

2009-03-17 Thread Kyle Klipowicz
Yes! rjlib is really nice! I finally tried using svn, it's really simple...I guess I was intimidated by nothing. svn checkout http://svn.rjdj.me/scenes/trunk/rjlib/ So simple! But really, kudos on such a beautiful, minimal, functional, cohesive library. ~Kyle On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 3:14 AM,

Re: [PD] GEM on Linux netbook

2009-03-17 Thread Ben Baker-Smith
Thanks to everyone for their suggestions. I will hold off on the netbook idea for now. Actually, the AudioPint concept is really playing with my imagination. Hmmm... Gem in a box, literaly. With enough forethought, it could be awesome. -Ben ___

Re: [PD] Writing you own externals in PD How to?

2009-03-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hallo, Geoff hat gesagt: // Geoff wrote: So I can actually build filters from smaller building blocks in PD, Yes, with the elementary filter objects you can directly input poles and zeros as Pd objects. You should definitely read Miller Puckette's book, it's fantastic and has a very good

Re: [PD] pidip compilation problem

2009-03-17 Thread ydego...@gmail.com
IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote: marc widmer wrote: hi IOhannes thanks for your inputs... yes, pdp is installed an running (PDP: pure data packet version 0.12.5-darcs) ffmpeg is from cvs, but not from sourceforge, apparently ffmpeg moved to ffmpeg.org i downloaded it via svn from here: svn

Re: [PD] pidip compilation problem

2009-03-17 Thread ydego...@gmail.com
marc widmer wrote: hi IOhannes you are right, it compiles without ffmpeg. i moved my changed c_track object to the new pidip sources and it seems to work, i have to check it intensively in the next days. the old pidip will not compile, guess it's what yves mentioned, my imagamagick version

Re: [PD] www.pd-tutorial.com

2009-03-17 Thread graeme
really have to pipe up to say thanks about this! a really huge help to me, so thank you Johannes! also, this is the first time i've posted to the list so a wee hello to everyone too - i enjoy your banter :) -graeme p.s. to Hans - i sent that to you alone by accident first there, sorry about

Re: [PD] pidip compilation problem

2009-03-17 Thread ydego...@gmail.com
ydego...@gmail.com wrote: marc widmer wrote: hi IOhannes you are right, it compiles without ffmpeg. i moved my changed c_track object to the new pidip sources and it seems to work what are these changes anyway ? it might benefit to other people, no? sevy

Re: [PD] Pd book sprint in NYC/Berlin

2009-03-17 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
I think we have the space on Saturday/Sunday noon til midnight and Monday til 9am-6pm EDT, but the room is occupied 6-9pm on Monday. But wait, I think I had my time zones mixed up. 6pm in NYC would be midnight in Berlin, so that works well then. .hc On Mar 16, 2009, at 6:12 PM, Derek

Re: [PD] couldnt create pdp

2009-03-17 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
Hmm, that's an odd one. Did you use the planetccrma packages? I don't know how Nando built things really, it seems a file got missed. I think you asked about this on #dataflow, did you find a solution? Worst comes to worst, Pd and Pd-extended runs best on Debian-based distros like

Re: [PD] Problems accessing Pdlist Archives

2009-03-17 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
Funny, perfect timing, I just added those links to that page... :) it would be good to have the official source back too... .hc On Mar 16, 2009, at 9:16 AM, Alex Lucas wrote: Hi Derek, Thanks for your help, I really like markmail! Thanks, Alex 2009/3/16 Derek Holzer de...@umatic.nl Hi

Re: [PD] couldnt create pdp

2009-03-17 Thread Paul Finn
I've spent a long time on it now and have come to the conclusion that it is dependancy related or a hardware problem relating to my netbook. Either way I couldn't spend any more time trying solutions and so I moved to fendora 10. It's yumming away at the moment. Pure Dyne would have solved

Re: [PD] from Chile greetings

2009-03-17 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
Hola desde Liverpool, UK, then soon on my way to Newcastle, UK, not too close to Australia or Chile. Hope to see all of you in São Paulo! .hc On Mar 16, 2009, at 12:59 AM, Ed Kelly wrote: And... your timing is impeccable...sort of. Come to Sao Paulo in July. You won't regret it. The

Re: [PD] Pd-extended on AMD 64

2009-03-17 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
At this point, its probably easiest for you to build Pd from source. There is a wiki page to help: http://puredata.info/docs/developer/64BitLinux .hc On Mar 15, 2009, at 3:08 PM, Nicanor Garcia wrote: Hello, I'm trying to install the published .deb package for amd64 but I'm havint

Re: [PD] read sysex files (hex)

2009-03-17 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
maybe binfile in mrpeach? .hc On Mar 15, 2009, at 6:34 AM, hard off wrote: is there a way to read .syx files in pd? these are in raw hex format. ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management -

Re: [PD] (yet another) www.pd-tutorial.com

2009-03-17 Thread Alexandre Porres
Congratulations! It is certainly something we need. In Fact, I am doing a book myself :) and I am about to share it. I got it in Portuguese for now. Who wants to take a peak? :) I present topics such as: *Wavetable Synthesis - DC Offset – Modulation (Amplitude, Ring, Frequency, Pulse Width) –

Re: [PD] Pd-extended on AMD 64

2009-03-17 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
Oops, this one might be easier to follow: http://puredata.info/docs/developer/BuildingPdExtended64bitUbuntuIntrepid Try searching puredata.info for 64 bit and you'll find things like this. .hc On Mar 18, 2009, at 1:05 AM, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote: At this point, its probably

Re: [PD] read sysex files (hex)

2009-03-17 Thread hard off
YES! thanks hans, and thanks mr peach! ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] GEM on Linux netbook

2009-03-17 Thread danomatika
Thanks to everyone for their suggestions. I will hold off on the netbook idea for now. Actually, the AudioPint concept is really playing with my imagination. Hmmm... Gem in a box, literaly. With enough forethought, it

Re: [PD] from Chile greetings

2009-03-17 Thread Jose Luis Santorcuato
Hi, from Chile... i dont make the aplication on the format... but th deadline is on 30, i translate all my project jajajaja, well... i hope to see all of you in Brazil, check my litlle blog : http://arselectronicachile.blogspot.com Keep on touch!!! José Luis 2009/3/17 Hans-Christoph Steiner

Re: [PD] Pd book sprint in NYC/Berlin

2009-03-17 Thread dmotd
i should probably avoid writing emails before bed, and my negative bias towards video-conferencing comes from a number of bad experiences and unproductive meetings. anyhow you are quite right to push this one, to converse without latency can be very productive (but equally unproductive too) -

[PD] a simple counter, I'm not able to do it tonight

2009-03-17 Thread Husk 00
Hi list, I need a little help. I'm using an up-down counter. It has a min and a max limit: 0 and 100 (for say something). I don't like my solution and i know there is a easier way to do it; but tonight I can't find it :( So, someone can help me with a rapid solution? thanks in advance Husk

Re: [PD] www.pd-tutorial.com

2009-03-17 Thread Kyle Klipowicz
I must say this is a nice text. However, I was hoping to see more in the department of sequencing/composition. This has great sound design elements, but I am looking for better ways to compose with Pd. Frank, I'm curious about how you use list objects in composition. I'd love to see a little etude