[PD] Basic question about Mac Os X
hans at eds.org
Wed Jan 23 22:16:14 CET 2008
Any regular Mac user will look in the Pd->Prefernces for the
preferences, so you'll have people complaining about that. I knew it
always drove me nuts, first I'd go to the normal prefs location, then
remember, "oh yeah, it's in the media menu".
You can't please all the people all the time...
On Jan 23, 2008, at 11:35 AM, Miller Puckette wrote:
> Hmm, are people having trouble finding the audio and midi settings
> hidden away
> in "prefernces" on Apples? Maybe I should move it back where it
> under "media", or else include it both places.
> (I doubt that's Marco's problem, but I always have trouble finding
> it myself :)
> On Wed, Jan 23, 2008 at 05:26:10PM +0100, Jack wrote:
>> I think it's in :
>> Applications>Utilities>Audio and Midi config
>> Le 23 janv. 08 ? 16:21, marco trevisani a ?crit :
>>> After 13 years working with Linux i have now to deal with a Mac (for
>>> instance an iMac running 10.4.11 and pd 0.39-extended)
>>> and all seems new....
>>> the basic question then... while i wait for a USB card (btw any
>>> recommendation is very welcome) i was trying making
>>> some test with PD patches but when i connect and use the line-in
>>> built-in in the machine i have troubles getting any recognizable
>>> sound to the dac~. It looks like the problem is with the adc~ since
>>> osc~ to dac~ produce the sound i would expect to hear.
>>> I put to zero the built in microphone (is there any way to mute it
>>> completely??), and played with line in levels but nothing acceptable
>>> is coming out.
>>> Just to clarify, the problem seems related directly with PD, because
>>> other applications that use line in they reproduce the sound at a
>>> decent quality.
>>> Any hint would be greatly appreciated...Sorry for downgrading the
>>> level of the discussion on this list... :-)
>>> Thank you,
>>> marco trevisani
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