[PD] ptl and IanniX
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Sat Aug 1 12:06:50 CEST 2009
Ah, I didn't know about OTL. It looks nice, I can't wait for some free time
to give it a try.
I'm curious to know what direction you are going with SeqOSC (other than the
apis). I'm about to take a big long break from school when my thesis is
finished, but I have many thoughts on what would make a good graphical
sequencer for computer music applications. Right now, I am messing around
with pygame and opengl, trying to come up with good shapes that can
represent sound or sound processes, then tying them to audio with pd.
Maybe we will talk more about this later, or even work on something together
On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 10:22 PM, Damien Henry <dh at dh7.net> wrote:
> Hi Rich,
> I wrote the first article you mention about ptl.
> Many things append from 2004 until now:
> PTL is now OTL. It's less exerimental and usable (for intance chdh produce
> a dvd with it)
> You can download it via sourceforge where the project is hosted. I've wrote
> the code but I've no more time to continue this projet rigth now, so
> contributor are needed there. (it is writen in java)
> I've started an other osc sequencer projet (in c++/qt) also on source
> forge, but I use students for the code. If you know some students that whant
> to contribute on this project I'll be happy to do the tutor of an internship
> or of a student project.
> By the way if you are interessed by graphicalscore you may find this site
> interessting :
> Rich E a écrit :
> I've been looking at these two applications for graphical notation via OSC:
> D. Henry, “PTL, a new sequencer dedicated to graphical scores,” in Proc.
> of the 2004 Int. Computer Music Conf, 2004, 738–41.
> T. Coduys and G. Ferry, “IanniX aesthetical/symbolic visualisations for
> hypermedia composition,” in Proceedings International Conference Sound and
> Music Computing (SMC’04), 2004.
> (what in youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvGFtYzJ88s)
> I suppose their developers or users are on this list, so I was wondering
> about a couple things.
> These papers are from the same year, yet I take it they are separate
> projects. Has this changed at all?
> How does time work in ptl? I don't have the program, but from one of the
> images it looks like time flows left->right, triggering the events made by
> the position of shapes.
> Any progress in these applications in the last 5 years, or others?
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