[PD] Student looking for some PD advice

Nicolas Lhommet nlhommet at netcourrier.com
Fri Sep 7 20:18:27 CEST 2001

To learn PD, you can try this tutorial :

Patches in the pd/doc directory are very useful if you want to learn almost
everything about pd in a progressive manner.

If you have some questions, please check this FAQ first:
and the pd-list archive :

Anyway, the best way to learn pd is to create your own patches. The practice
will really help you to clearly understand how it works.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Josh Tonsfeldt" <joshtonsfeldt at hotmail.com>
To: <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2001 7:23 PM
Subject: [PD] Student looking for some PD advice

> I am a student at SUNY Purchase, taking a sound art course under Liz
> Phillips this semester, and I am interested in learning my way around PD
> use in some projects.  Can anyone point me to some good tutorials or
> information on learning PD?  I have read through most of the documentation
> that comes with the program, but I am still kind of lost.  This type of
> software environment is pretty new to me, and I know there is a steep
> learning curve, but I think it will be well worth my time and effort to
> become comfortable with the program.  If anyone has any advice or
> I would greatly appreciate them.  Max/MSP, PD, and the like have not, as
> as I know, ever been instructed or used at my school; so, by learning more
> about this program I will also be introducing it to many other students
> instructors who could benefit from PD.
> Thanks,
> Josh Tonsfeldt
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