David N G McCallum
8dngm at qlink.queensu.ca
Fri Sep 20 15:09:11 CEST 2002
Funny you should bring this up. I was just looking at integrating
trackers and Pd. Me also != a coder so I wasn't going the programming
route. But was tinkering around with MIDI trackers and maybe thinking of
just importing the MIDI files to xeq to trigger... whatever.
What I did get working so far, which has been pretty fun, is using
the tracker live to trigger the angriff drums. But maybe a better use, and
truer to tracker style, would be just to use a VST sampler in Pd... of
course, then I might as well just use buzz.
If you do want to check out MIDI trackers, at least in windows,
take a look at ztracker. My best find so far. It takes MIDi time clock
info, so there might be a way to directly use that to control the
tracker's play position from Pd, sync it, etc. dunno, still exploring
. David McCallum
. Music wants to be free
On Fri, 20 Sep 2002, Andre Schmidt wrote:
> hi all,
> i was randomly surfing the net again and found this http://www.mikmod.org/
> a module player library for many os, and i remembered that i have over 600 modules that i created on the old 386/486 days :)
> but sadly i'm not a coder (yet/maybe) so i dont know(exactly) how i could use this to make an external for PD...
> i read the manuals of mikmod and was pleased that it has the functions what i would love to control trough pd, "setPosition" & "muteChannel"...
> so if theres any tracker/pd freaks with coding skills, i would love to see this external... otherwise i code it my self, but it WILL last a while..
> ps. if some1 is interested on my old modules, i can upload some of them on my server for free usage...
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