[PD] Virtual Mixer for Telematic Music
colet.patrice at free.fr
Sun Apr 8 18:44:13 CEST 2012
you should be able to use jack for local and distant sound system,
no need for internal drivers through pd.
In both adc~ and dac~ each argument is the number of audio voice coming from/to jack
eg: [adc~ 4 1 2 3] would output from left to right the inputs 4 1 2 3 from jack interface
but if sound processing is just about amplitude, you don't even have to bother with pd (sorry pd-list ^^)
because jack mixer would be enough for that.
for building a virtual mixer it's really easy in pd, it's just a slider with default values connected to [dbtorms] for controling the amplitude
of a signal coming in [*~]'s left inlet by connecting it to right inlet after a conversion from message to audio with the help of [line~]
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this simple example is mono, use [catch~ master-left] and [catch~ master-right] for retrieving two voices coming from [pan~],
all signals are mixed through [throw~] and [catch~] bus.
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> De: "Rishabh Natarajan" <rishabh.natarajan at gmail.com>
> À: pd-list at iem.at
> Envoyé: Samedi 7 Avril 2012 19:57:20
> Objet: [PD] Virtual Mixer for Telematic Music
> I'm trying to build a virtual mixer in pd for telematic music.
> music is a genre of music where the musicians collaborate live but
> situated in different locations (cities), over the internet.
> My mixer should be able to take in remote channels coming in through
> and route to the local sound system and also, through some interface
> able to take in local inputs and send out via Jack to the remote
> The questions I have are:
> 1. can I have 2 adc~ objects in one patch? So that I can switch the
> set of faders to control either signals going to and coming from Jack
> going to and coming from my local interface? if so, how do I achieve
> 2. If I need to be able to route sound over the internet via Jack and
> and from my local system via an interface, how do I make pd use both
> and the local interface (for example the coremidi on a mac) at the
> time? This sort of ties in with the first question.
> My time to do all of this is really short and I am very new to pd.
> Any help
> with this would really, really be appreciated!
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