[PD] no luck yet.
ppagano at bellsouth.net
Fri Jul 12 01:27:59 CEST 2002
not sure for xp but
go to the command line and type
then look for the midiout you wish to use
might be something like -midioutdev 1,2
just pick them until the error goes away
if not just use
if you are trying to load patches that need libraries you will get bad
stick to the examples included with the distribution.
they are in pd/doc/3.audio.examples etc.......
you may want to try
pd -nomidi-audiobuf 100
Pat Pagano, Director
South East Just Intonation Society
----- Original Message -----
From: daobra daloosh <daobra at gmx.net>
To: <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2002 6:39 PM
Subject: [PD] no luck yet.
> i am new to the list and PD, very green, and in need of a little help,
> i have been trying to get pd up and running on my system running xp and
> but without much success.
> i do get audio signals through my RME HDSP out so far but this is only
> the testing audio patch, any other patch or .pd file i tried to load
> generates a lot of errors.
> MMSYSTEM02, device out of range. this is under 98.
> under XP: MidiInOpen: a device ID has been used that is out of range for
> your system.
> and i get just a lot of errors when i try to load just about any .pd.
> Nothing will work, connection failed; all kinds of error's --> the program
> can't seem to connect or comunicate with audiocard or pd, no commands can
> could this be a networking setup related thing? the pc has normal internet
> setup for cable. this only just came to mind, actually.
> do i need drivers or special tcp/ip networking setup config to get things
> running smooth?
> i have basically no idea now how to get the command promt actually
> some flags, this is command line talk, i understand , but following the
> manual doens't help much.
> pd seems really quite powerful, however, also a little intimidating to me.
> would really like to have any hints or pointers that get me up and
> sorry for the long newbie type of post, if you think i better keep my
> of PD, just tell me.
> but still, any help appreciated.
> celeron 900/256
> RME HDSP multiface
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