[PD] VASP future
chris at lo-res.org
Wed Mar 23 13:40:43 CET 2005
> numarray extension of the py/pyext external (CVS version), which allows
> to work with PD arrays in Python. I consider this the future of VASP
actually I find this an execellent idea, and it would open all sorts of
other possibilities (think pyGSL, csound style GEN routines etc...)
> Realizing there are still a number of daily downloads although i haven't
> touched VASP for quite a while now let's me ask you about your usage of
> VASP. Do you use it for
well, if VASP should significantly change it wouldn't break much of my
existing patches, those could still be simply converted to VASp_OLD
with a tiny perl/sed/tr/py script
> - simple array math/transformation?
> - medium complex things like analysis or synthesis?
yes (though rather simple synthesis mostly)
> - complex work like algorithmic composition and the likes?
nope / not yet, (I find supercollider more expressive for such things)
> - something completely different?
yes but not interesting enough to bother
> Does it have to provide
> - real-time response (like for interaction with DSP processing)?
since I always thought it was nrt I virtuously used it that way
but it would of course be nice to have this feature.
> Do you predominantly use
> - singular VASP objects?
> - groups/whole subpatchers of interacting VASP objects?
> Let me know what you think and if you care at all.
we care baby :)
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