[PD] pd and CMask

bigswift at cox.net bigswift at cox.net
Mon Aug 11 23:38:39 CEST 2008

this sounds very fun 

---- Mike McGonagle <mjmogo at gmail.com> wrote: 
> T,
> I am working on something at the moment that will be similar to what CMask
> does, I am hoping to release it tomorrow, but I suspect that there are still
> some parts that need a bit of work. I am trying to make it such that you can
> use it in Real Time, with the ability to capture and recall parameter sets.
> Basically, I have a Lua object that allows for the use of a Mask (allowing
> the control of Mapping [scaling with a power function] an incoming value,
> scaling it to an arbitrary range, quantizing it, and then adding an offset
> to the signal), along with an input buffer (to provide for using previous
> values in the input stream). It is not exactly like CMask, but I believe
> that it would be very useful for many applications.
> The jist of what I am doing is that you create the mask object, and then
> send it a "buildgui" message to create all the PD gui objects required by
> the Mask. This, I hope, would make for a very simple method of creating an
> interface to the controlled parameters. I currently have two different
> implementations of its use up and working, one for controlling a MIDI
> instrument, and another for controlling a sinewave grain generator. I also
> believe that creating new implementations (for controlling other types of
> things, ie GEM) would be very simple.
> If you would like, I could forward a copy to you, if I can't quite get it
> ready for "release". I would appreciate any feedback you might offer.
> Mike
> On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 3:34 PM, chi ball <c_cb at hotmail.it> wrote:
> >  Hi,
> >
> > exist an implementation in pd of CMask's structures?
> > (Cmask is a stochastic event generator by Andre Bartetzki).
> > For example there is an implementation of CMask in HPKComposer (a Java
> > application).
> >
> > Thank's,
> > t
> >
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Patrick Pagano
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