[PD] jack trouble

david casal D.Casal at uea.ac.uk
Wed Oct 30 15:40:10 CET 2002

On Wed, 30 Oct 2002, Thomas Grill wrote:

Hi Thomas, and all

> This will require A LOT of patience since i don't even know about any plans
> of mine.

I was making reference (in a cheeky way) to something you said Oct 3rd:

grill wrote:

"The latter of course takes us to another level. If sample computation be
realized in a Python external, how should the API look like?
I haven't spent much of a thought on that but now i see the possibilities
thank you for the pointer, David!
For a general approach the Boodler interface style doesn't seem to be well
fitted... it only supports 2 channels and 16 bits.
I think i study the stuff a bit more and then try to implement a general
signal interface for pyext (which could in a further step be specialized
for the Boodler case)."

so I suppose the 'signal interface' is what I was talking about.
Incidentally, I've now realised that trying to cope with onboard
laptop sound when trying things like boodler+pd+whatever is too much, and
that using something like the pcmcia hammerfall and assigning channels is
far saner. Don't like throwing money at problems, but programming C for
Jack is totally beyond me.

either way, I'm having too much fun with pyext as it is to complain!

just a' wishin', is all.


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