[PD] max msp vs pd
hans at eds.org
Sun Nov 13 06:13:52 CET 2005
You are correct, the graphical data structures of Pd have no equivalent
On Nov 12, 2005, at 8:34 PM, Chuckk Hubbard wrote:
> One thing I haven't been able to find in Max is PD-style data
> structures and scalars. Do they exist? With drawing instructions?
> This is the main reason I have been creating my sequencer with PD
> instead of my school's computers with Max (also because I can install
> PD on my flash drive).
> I saw "data structures" in a Max tutorial, but it had nothing to do
> with the scalars of PD, and I couldn't find any tutorials that did.
> None of the people I know who use Max have heard of such a thing. Is
> it there with a different name?
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>> Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 09:56:19 -0400
>> From: Matthew Williams < mwilliams994 at nc.rr.com>
>> Subject: [PD] max msp vs pd
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>> Ok i'm curious .... why would someone spend 400 dollars on max when
>> can get pd for free. Is it because of the ability to make plugin's
>> using pluggo. But can't you make plug-ins from pd as well. I was
>> going to buy max but i came across pd and thought, "this is
>> for free." Am i wrong. And yes i read about the differences .. but
>> they don't justify 400 dollars.
>> wondering, matt
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