adamairmailed at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 27 00:25:01 CET 2005
for starting with pd midi can be lots of fun..
provided midi is set up on your system (i'm using
windows mostly, don't know about osx but i haven't
sorted midi out on linux as yet)..
i get very good results using pd in conjunction with
another midi sequencer which supports vst's..
generally i use hubis loopback to make the two apps
communicate.. midiyoke is another one..
attached to this message is a simple sequencer.. you
can hook this up to lots of pd synth patches and get
them to make noises.. the tutorial pdf for max
(available from cycling74.com) is also good for
learning the basics of pd (in pd object names must be
typed, in max they can also be selected from a list..
this is one difference.. also a few basic max objects
are not in pd)
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