Archive for April, 2008

10
Apr
08

Thanks for coming!

Thanks to you all for making this workshop possible. For me, it was a lot of fun and I learned a lot from figuring out answers to all the questions. Also, thanks for all the nice feedback! It’s much appreciated.

As suggested today, I will send out an email next week, asking whether you want to continue to receive relevant information and also whether you’d like to be signed up to this blog to share some of your experience working with Pd.

Best,

Florian

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10
Apr
08

Day 4: Patches from the workshop

Here are the patches that were used for demonstration during the fourth day of the workshop:

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This was a great day, and I am amazed that we actually managed to go through all these objects. Looking at everybody’s screens, it was quite cool to see all the different individual approaches. Here are some impressions:

Best,

Florian

09
Apr
08

Day 4: Objects of the Day

Here are the objects for the last day of our workshop. These are going to be a lot of fun, actually (not that the others weren’t, of course)!

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Best,

Florian

09
Apr
08

Day 3: Patches from the workshop

Here are the patches used for demonstration during the third day of our workshop:

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Best,

Florian

08
Apr
08

Addendum: Automatic scaling, HID

With reference to a question Harald asked yesterday: There is a way to automatically scale value ranges without having to manually convert them. It’s not a dedicated external, but an abstraction by Hans-Christoph Steiner, one of the gurus in the Pd scene.

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All it needs is the desired range of numbers as two arguments (lower and upper range limits). Manually converting might still save you some CPU cycles, though 😉

Also, Hans-Christoph did a lot of work on the HID-object. If you are interested in using controllers with Pd, be sure to check out his HID&mapping objects.

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Best,

Florian

08
Apr
08

Day 3: Objects of the Day

As we will only have the morning of day 3 for our workshop, the list of objects I would like to demonstrate is a little shorter:

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We will be seeing more of STEIM’s own software in the afternoon, so head over to their website to check it out online:

STEIM products

Best,

Florian

08
Apr
08

Day 2: Patches from the workshop

Thanks for a brilliant second day at the workshop! I had loads of fun and the questions were really inspiring.

Here are the patches that I used for the demonstrations:

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Best,

Florian