[PD] cheapest possibility, many audio players or outputs
cimo75 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 11 18:42:28 CEST 2008
On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 5:57 PM, smilingmolecule <smilingmolecule at web.de> wrote:
> hallo list,
> i know this is not a special pd question but i think there are some
> points which touch pd. i ask this question here cause i think maybe here
> are some people which are familiar with this.
> i am planing to do something like an art sound installation.
> many different speakers should be placed in a room, and every speaker
> should do a different sound.
> now i need a cheap possibility to get as many audio units as possible.
> i am thinking about two ways of realizing that stuff.
> first version of my project works with autark/isolated sound. so for
> example, every sound objekt in the instalation has an audioplayer and a
how would you trigger the sound in this case? or would it be just random?
> the second version is that all speakers are connected to a computer, so
> i need many outputs at the sound card, and only many speakers. in this
> version the speakers could for example interact, or do other serialized
> actions, managed by puredate.
multiple outputs on a soundcard is usually expensive, but it would be
the most interesting solution
> i dont have so much money.
> what do you think is the cheapest way to realize what i want to do.
> the sound doesnt have to be verry good and mono is enough.
> a friend of mine owns a little key hanger, on which you can press to get
> some funny spoken words of a german singer artist. i think it was very
> maybe an advanced version of this would be enough for my needs.
> have a nice day
> best regards
> robert grah
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