[PD] routing audio (was OSC begginer,havent seen any help)

Rory Walsh rorytheroar at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 31 19:05:41 CET 2003

Cheers, I'll look into it, it still sound like it
could be very useful for my projects. What about
routing audio around the place, I know that Jack
exists in Linux for this? At least I think thats what
it does? but in Windows(I'm just waiting for the witty
linux answers!) how do I output my Pd audio to another
application, without using a commerical
software/hardware emulator such as virtual audio

 --- Martin Peach <martinrp at vax2.concordia.ca> wrote:
> Rory Walsh wrote:
> > Sorry this is a little off Adrian's thread but
> > speaking of OSC does anyone know if I can download
> the
> > OSC Kit for windows, I can only find one for Mac
> or
> > UNIX? I want to allow Pd to send audio to some of
> my
> > own audio applications and was hoping that adding
> > support to my apps could do the trick? Or am I
> missing
> > the whole concept of the OSC Protocol? 
> OSC is for control messages. It's like MIDI but with
> an infinity of 
> possible messages. Straight audio samples would not
> be an appropriate 
> use of it though. As I said before, netsend and
> netreceive will do the 
> same thing. OSC adds a layer of addressing and
> typechecking, but the 
> addresses and types you send are up to you.
> A Windows version is here:
> http://barely.a.live.fm/pd/OSC/OSCx-win32-0.16-2.zip
> Martin
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