[PD] robotcowboy patches for you
Luke Iannini (pd)
lukexipd at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 10:45:26 CET 2007
Thanks much for sharing these, they look like lots of fun. You should
add them to pd-extended so they can be enjoyed by everyone.
Speaking of that, I should add things to pd-extended. But I haven't,
because I keep telling myself it isn't worth it to learn/deal with CVS
when we're moving to SVN so soon : ). Does anyone have any news on
On Nov 8, 2007 7:04 PM, Daniel Wilcox <danomatika at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys!
> I've been working on some patches and music while I was at STEIM in October
> with the result being
> a bunch of gui patches inspired by Chris McCormicks awesome s-abstractions
> that use the equally awesome
> Frank Barknecht's sssad state saving. The sequencing objects + s-arranger
> finally allow me to make full songs more like when I was using FL Studio.
> Screw FL Studio now!
> Some of the objects included are:
> - rc-seq: a variable length xoxo sequence
> - rc-drumseq: a variable length sequencer container a number of the above
> - rc-track: a variable length midi note sequence
> - rc-tracker: a variable length tracker containing a number of the above
> - rc-chipwave~: a chiptunes emulator built around Phill Phelp's chipwave~
> - rc-wavetable~: a wavetable gui osc
> - rc-arp: the arpeggiator from Tod Winkler's Composing Interactive Music
> - blahblahblah ...
> Webpage: software.robotcowboy.com/rc-patches
> See my myspace (redundant?) for two new songs, MyLungsWereAchingForYou and
> SpaceLight, built entirely in pd using the rc-patch song structuring,
> generation from live midi, and realtime mixing of the mic/distorted digitar
> (hey, thats pretty good for a 500Mhz box!).
> Anyway, I've started making gui objects to save time when I make the songs
> (compose) and I just want to get into a
> a groove. Some of them are unfinished but check em out, I'll update them as
> I go.
> Hopefully they will be useful to someone.
> Dan Wilcox
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