[PD] using other s/w with pd
nullpointer at odessadesign.co.uk
Sun Sep 29 21:02:02 CEST 2002
you might be better off just coding your own object based modular dsp system
and then using that system in yr app..
I have done this myself and it isn't as hard as it seems(in c++ using
portaudio n midi), as the basis for most dsp objects is simple.. its the
connectivity that can be a pain... This way though you could just use code
from individual pd units as a starter point...?
You just need to set up the basic dsp object template and then derive and
use some sort of pointer system for flow and structure..
----- Original Message -----
From: MLN Kazem, Aerospace Engineering <M.Kazem at bristol.ac.uk>
To: <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
Sent: Sunday, September 29, 2002 7:14 PM
Subject: [PD] using other s/w with pd
> Thanks Tom/Frank/Akira Abe for your replies,
> firstly if I find any solution to life as we know it I promise I will
> let you know...
> My usage of pd is not music based so I'm sure I would be unwise to go
> down the VST plugin route, the other pieces of s/w that I want to use
> involve C/C++ APIs, interfaces implemented in a very similar way to
> those in the DirectSound API itself, interfaces which support COM
> objects - thus my highly windows restricted application (although it is
> promised that COM objects will be portable in the future???)...
> ... also my resources are limited....so I am trying (I suppose) to use
> functional C/C++ chunks of pd that I can insert into the controlling
> VC++ application. I don't require the GUI part of pd and therefore do
> not want pd to run as is, possibly I could use STK more easily in this
> fashion but pd seems to have more of what I require.
> It seems to me that through portaudio pd is creating the DirectSound COM
> objects, through the API, and once created surely I can use them?
> Its Sunday and I am possibly more than a little confused....
> thanks again - everything/ anything is a great help
> ps how would using Linux help me get a license for ReWire?
> pps Jack is interesting, how do I get info on the linux interface?
> ppps am I on the wrong list?! (pd-list not pd-dev??)
> MLN Kazem, Aerospace Engineering
> M.Kazem at bristol.ac.uk
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