[PD] upcoming installation - OSX, motu, midi, video
mattn-l at rogers.com
Thu Jun 26 18:43:01 CEST 2003
i'm not using the 828, but i have tried different multi channel
interfaces.. give it try, but i've never been able to get other audio
interfaces to work.
On Thursday, June 26, 2003, at 10:53 AM, Chris McCormick wrote:
> Hi Matt,
> Thanks a lot for the reply. So you are using a moto828 and you know
> for a fact that the multi-audio out doesn't work? If not, I'll
> probably have a crack at it anyway.
> On Thu, 26 Jun 2003 09:39:52 -0400
> Matthew Nish-Lapidus <mattn-l at rogers.com> wrote:
>> i'm not sure about the multi-channel audio, but you should have no
>> problem with midi or video. i'm using both on OSX right now for
>> performance and installation work. GEM is great with PD 0.36, but
>> not with 0.37. you'll only be able to play quicktime files though,
>> no avi's.
>> so go ahead and kludge.
>> matt nish-lapidus
>> On Thursday, June 26, 2003, at 09:09 AM, Chris McCormick wrote:
>>> I've been asked to do the tech side of an art installation for a
>>> couple of my friends. They have a Motu828 firewire multi audio-out
>>> card running on OSX. Midi in will be a USB midiman breakout box
>>> (connected to control-voltage-to-midi converter connected to light
>>> sensors). Judging by posts in the last couple of days, I should be
>>> able to get the motu going with Pd 0.36 and port audio april
>>> version. Not so sure about the midi - has anyone used usb midiman
>>> box with Pd on OSX? I seem to remember reading that port audio
>>> midi on OSX is buggy. Video - has anyone compiled/run GEM
>>> currently on OSX? I need to play some avi/mpg/mov files in time
>>> with these midi/CV triggers too.
>>> Just thought I'd check on the list before I start kludging things
>>> together myself. What do you think my chances are of getting midi
>>> in, motu multi-audio out, and video without touching any
>>> Thanks for your comments!
>>> Kind Regards,
>>> chris at mccormick.cx
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