[PD] how do i interact with pd without gui?
hans at eds.org
Thu Mar 25 16:13:14 CET 2004
If you open a port using a [netreceive] you can send any message to pd
using the command line tools pdsend and pdreceive, or anything that can
open a TCP port and send semicolon-terminated text to it. You could
probably do this with OSC as well.
If you create a netreceive with a third argument, its like sending
semi-colon-preceeded mesages i.e. [; msg( Here's an example:
[netreceive 4444 0 old]
4444 is the TCP port number, 0 means use TCP (1=UDP), and as for ''old"
I am not sure exactly what the symbol does, I just know that its
presense makes it send the messages into the global space. (Anyone
know exactly what that symbol argument specifies?)
So to send messages to a [receive my_msgs] you would run this from the
pdsend 4444 "my_msgs hello world;"
On Wednesday, Mar 24, 2004, at 16:13 America/New_York, Tim Blechmann
> hi all,
> i recently got an old notebook (p2, 400mhz), i'd like to set up as a
> hard disk recorder ...
> i'd like to build a recording patch (wav / mp3 / ogg) and start it from
> the command line (i'd prefer not to run an x server on this machine)
> but how is it possible to interact with pd without the gui or some kind
> of midi device? is it possible to send messages to pd from the command
> line (maybe via netsend/recieve or osc)
> Tim mailto:TimBlechmann at gmx.de
> ICQ: 96771783
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> the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn,
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> the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and
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