[PD] pm mapping
cyrille.henry at la-kitchen.fr
Wed Feb 14 13:07:08 CET 2007
Hans-Christoph Steiner a écrit :
> On Feb 13, 2007, at 10:46 AM, cyrille henry wrote:
>> Hans-Christoph Steiner a écrit :
> This made me think of the next step. Right now I have a synth that is
> producing interesting sounds, and I know I want to play with a tablet.
> So now I have to build a good mapping. Since I have been working on the
> synth, I am thinking very much in terms of the synth's parameters, which
> does not generally lead to a good mapping, IMHO.
-> i fully agree.
> Any ideas about how to go about separating oneself from the synth
> parameters and start shaping things in terms of an instrument? I am
> trying to think of ways in which software would help this process. We
> have a nice collection of useful objects for when you know what you want
> to do, I guess I am thinking of what objects would be useful in
> assisting the processing of exploring.
for synthese exploration, i think ali momeni "active mapping space" (cf nime 05) is a good idea.
(we already talk about it).
i've got a propotype on my computer, but i need to cleanly install iem matrix in order to make it work.
anyway, the autor implementation is limitied to 2 dimentional input, but the wacom does provide lot's more :
X, Y, X velocity, Y velocity etc.
so, we need to imagine a n dimentional input parametter, "link" to m dimentional output.
this "active mapping space" implementation should be quite easy once i've got time + iem matrix.
(btw, having multiple Gem windows would also be very usefull for this implementation).
anyway, this is not the best solution, but a 1st step. any more idea would be welcom.
More information about the Pd-list