[PD] pd and rewire

carmen ix at replic.net
Tue Nov 29 02:30:13 CET 2005

On Tue, Nov 29, 2005 at 12:12:19PM +1100, Boy Ronin wrote:
> By now I'm sure you are all sick of this questions, but I'll ask anyway. 
> Does PD currently support Rewire? I have read back through some old posts 

the Propellerheads pretty much pick who they want to let use rewire, mainly limited to places like Steinborg , Cakewalk , NI...also its not particularly great, unidirectional, arbitrary channel limitations, only supported by a few expensive commercial apps, etc..

> and other sites on the internet, all of them say no. However most of these 
> messages dated back about 2 years. So has this situation change? Also the 
> reason given for it not being implemented was that pd is not commercial, 
> however the guys over at Buzz have rewire working and they too are a non 
> commercial project? Also Max has rewire support and there are some 
> "patches" out there to get Max bits working in PD has anyone achieved this 
> with rewire. I'm relatively new to the world or PD so perhaps I'm overly 
> simplifying things and being a little naive. This is an area that I am very 
> interested in persuing, however if its a dead end, then its a dead end and 

there are a lot of ways to achieve things that go far beyond rewire, the shining example being JACK on linux (which pd supports, barely). even on windows you can use pdVST, or vst~ external + freewire/soundbus/mixbox/etc ... happy googling !

> time can be used for something that is a little more realistic/attainable.
> Thanks.
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