[PD] Music made with Pd

Marko Timlin susi at timlin.de
Sat Dec 8 00:17:05 CET 2007

Hi Hans, Hi shift8,
thanks for the mails.
Attached you find the main patch I used for the performance. The basic idea was to create several independent "trigger-delay lines" that create kind of non-quantized polyrhythmical structures. 
One warning: the patch is incredibly messy, as I never cared to "clean it up" once it worked, and it was designed from the start for controlling it with a UC-33 midi-controller. The UCs' 33 faders and buttons allowed me to "improvise" freely with the patch (that would have been impossible with a single mouse).


cool!  i really enjoyed the headphone festival - i participated this
year as well in the san francisco session as "lna" (aka low noise

i performed using only a patch i made in pd and a home-brew 24 element
OSC controller.  pd patch is 4 instances of one abstraction - a
sample-slicer/ playback deally w/ random segment playback, random
segment seq gen.  it uses a slight adaption i made of 3.phase.vocoder.pd
for sample playback and manipulation.

i made it mostly during last minute patching sessions in the days b4
(and of :) the show, so it's a bit messy and undocumented.  i've
attached it to this mail if you want to check it out. load up some
samples, increase the volume.  play around w/ controls :)  if you dig
around a little it's not to hard to trace out what the gui elements do.

still waiting on the the official archive, as i didn't record my set
myself.  you can check out an example of a track/performance i created
live with it here though:  


all samples are snippets of compositions of mine from over the years and
some nice archive.org bits.


On Tue, 2007-12-04 at 22:42 -0500, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> Some nice textures there, did you post the patches anywhere?
> .hc
> On Dec 1, 2007, at 12:34 PM, Marko Timlin wrote:
> > To whom it may  concern...
> > January 2007 I played a solo concert at the "le placard headphone  
> > festival" in Helsinki. The music was entirely improvised using pure  
> > data.
> > The audience in the concert space could only listened to the  
> > concert via headphones - which was a very extraordinary experience  
> > I have to admit.
> > If you are interested, you are cordially welcome to listen to the  
> > two tracks that are now in the net. You can find them under:
> > http://www.timlin.de/music.html
> >
> > Best,
> > Marko
> >
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