[PD] Pd tutorials!

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Sun Nov 6 19:05:22 CET 2005

Yeah sorry about [pddp_print], I am probably going to remove that  
object.  These are currently just sketches.  Before gathering them all  
into a proper tutorial, standard GUI elements will need to be defined,  
including standard ways of displaying results.  I am not a big fan of  
[print] because it means that you have to go back and forth between  
windows.  And since its possible to have everything on one patch, I  
think that is the preferred way.  It really demonstrates the  
always-running, patch-is-the-program idea.


On Nov 4, 2005, at 11:13 AM, Samuel Burt wrote:

> Hans,
> I think its a great idea to expand the basic tutorials to include some  
> of the most basic concepts that Pd users need.  Here are some quick  
> reactions to the patches you sent:
> exercise-template
> The slider should go higher than 127Hz.
> init_10_0.pd and storage_objects
> You use pddp_print.  If any users are using Miller's installation they  
> will be disheartened that Pd is "broken."  Also, using your installer,  
> I don't have the object working either.  I can see it in the  
> references folder.  I suppose the pddp objects should be moved to the  
> extra folder.  It's also possible that when I adjusted the contents of  
> your package, I might have moved them out or not moved them in to  
> where they need to be.
> sb


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