[PD] Pd + asterisk?
drh270 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 11:31:37 CET 2007
I am currently doing some Asterisk to Pure Data stuff.
I am in Eindhoven at the van Abbemuseum and set up an Asterisk to Pd
I have a patch that runs on the computer and it looks for recorded
phone call files on the asterisk server and then plays them randomly,
and if a new call is recorded, that file is played automatically.
Then the audio is transmitted on terrestrial FM radio and streamed via
the mp3cast~ object to an icecast2 server.
Let me know if you are interested in the Asterisk/pd files.
On 11/17/07, PSPunch <shima at pspunch.com> wrote:
> I've done this with Asterisk 1.2
> About an year ago I was hyped by how easily voice menus
> could be created using Asterisk.
> Mainly letting voice menus interact with PD and I didn't do
> much audio work.
> Asterisk has a platform to easily integrate scripts called AGI.
> Any language which returns commands in the required format to
> STDOUT can be used with AGI.
> I prepared some PHP scripts that were called when pressing the
> dial pad, which would then throw UDP packets to PD.
> .. nothing fascinating.
> As a matter of fact, I had an Asterisk server running at home
> which allowed users to login using the touchpad, then record their
> voices which get mixed with a BGM of their choice and auto upload
> to their blog. I may have a bit of knowledge to get total newbies started.
> (But please don't count on it too much.. haven't touched it in a while)
> Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > I just met the development team of Asterisk at a talk they gave. For
> > those who don't know it, it's free software for building complete
> > phone systems, including voicemail, touch tone menus, voice prompts,
> > voice recogniztion integration, etc. It's very cool software, it
> > allows you to do whatever you want with phones.
> > Anyway, I was thinking that Pd and Asterisk would be a very natural
> > pair, so I am wondering whether anyone has tried using the two together.
> > http://asterisk.org/
> > .hc
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