[PD] joystick-based interactive musical instruments..
hans at eds.org
Fri Nov 18 17:15:30 CET 2005
That's funny, I too was inspired by Michel Waisvisz's The Hands
performance, its quite something. We should write LiSa for Pd! ;).
This the joystick/mouse instrument that I made using Pd:
The whole process inspired me to write the [hid] toolkit to make the
process easy and fluid, like a rapid prototype for controllers.
On Nov 17, 2005, at 11:52 PM, David Merrill wrote:
> Hi folks -
> Today I'm building an 'instrument' from PD and a MS Sidewinder
> joystick.. I'm feeling like I'm probably reinventing a number of
> things that people have surely done in the past - like using a
> joystick-button-combination to record my voice into an array, another
> combination to play it back, continuous joystick control to
> pitch-shift and scan the sample array at varying rates (including
> backwards), etc.. Basically I want to to easily record and tweak my
> voice in a number of ways, on the fly.. (I feel very inspired by
> Michel Waisvisz and his 'hands' in this project) I've been happily
> creating this thing from scratch for a day now, but I'd like to see
> some examples of how others have implemented interesting behavior, as
> a reference and to spark some new ideas. So if you've got patches that
> you have made for this kind of thing that you can send my way (or
> favorites you can refer me to from the help files, etc..), please
> share - I'd be greatly appreciative!
> -David Merrill
> MIT Media Lab
> dmerrill at media.mit.edu
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