[PD] abunch release
hans at eds.org
Wed Apr 8 07:25:15 CEST 2009
yay, more libraries! If you add a simple patch called "abunch033-
meta.pd" to the folder, then that folder will be a 'libdir' library.
That means you can drop it into ~/Library/Pd and it will act like a
full Pd library. So you can then do things like:
That then provides a way to handle name conflicts, since you have a
number of common words: timeline, waves, clock, slice, etc. Here's
the cross-platform install instructions, just drop the abunch033
folder with the abunch033-meta.pd file in the right folder and it will
work (needs the latest nightly builds of Pd-extended):
On Apr 1, 2009, at 12:04 PM, Hans Roels wrote:
> Here is my release of Abunch, a collection of 50 abstractions for Pd
> vanilla. I started developing these patches for the different
> courses that I teach (for performers, for composers, for students,
> for teenagers,...). It is conceived as an easy introduction to
> computer music. After a while I started adding more advanced
> features because I also started using it myself, not just for
> teaching but for performing and composing.
> I guess most people on this list are Pd-users, so the explanation
> about Abunch is rather simple:
> -all controle data are normalized within the range of 0 - 127
> -give an unique number to every abunch abstraction as an argument.
> So if you want to create two phasers: [phaser 1] and [phaser 2]
> -you can save presets by creating the object 'presets' and giving it
> one symbol as an argument, like [presets phaserpresets]
> Every abunch object has a help file. You need to have a Pd version
> 0.40 or higher.
> The fastest way to get to know Abunch is to have a look at the
> example files. There are about 30 of them, they are in the abunch
> folder and start with 'ex' (like 'ex1a-play.pd').
> You can download Abunch (and find more information) on this site:
> Voor de Nederlandstaligen: je kan ook een Nederlandstalige versie
> downloaden (met help files en uitleg in het Nederlands):
> Abunch was realized with the support of the University College of
> Ghent (Faculty of Music and Drama)(Belgium).
> Hans R
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