[PD] Physical modelling

João M Pais jmmmpl at netcabo.pt
Thu Sep 5 13:56:46 CEST 2002

Hello. I wanted to try your patches, but I have no midi controler, or any
midi experience. Could you point how to simulate the midi commands in pd?
(these noteins/noteouts seem confusing to me, I just know about pitches)

By the way, do you know of any program (windows, please) which might
simulate a real midi instrument which would connect to another program, like
pd or csound?



----- Original Message -----
From: "Andreas Sumerauer" <andreas at dausenkunz.de>
To: <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2002 3:29 AM
Subject: [PD] Physical modelling

> Hello everybody!
> I'm new to pd and new to this list.
> Now to introduce myself:
> My main interest is physical modelling. I was pointed to pd only a few
> days ago. I have to say
> I am quite surprised. The installation was not too difficult and with my
> ASIO  Soundcard the thing
> runs very nicely. Latency is ok for realtime playing and I started
> rightaway with the implementation
> of a plucked bass instrument.
> I think it's quite cheesy (even worse than Steinbergs VB-1, hehe) but
> please try for yourself.
> It is available from my website
> http://www.soundbytes.de/patches/pd/CheesyPhyMoBass.pd
> there is also a version that uses Ben Saylors envelope module:
> http://www.soundbytes.de/patches/pd/CheesyPhyMoBass_vadsr.pd
> hope You like it.
> best regards
> Andreas Sumerauer
> www.soundbytes.de
> www.dausenkunz.de
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