[PD] how to deploy PD in a server?

Adityo Pratomo quietdidit at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 10:35:47 CEST 2009

> @adityo: it really depends on what you need. obviously, if Pd is running on
> the server, the audio will be generated on the server as well, so people
> might not hear anything (unless they happen to sit in the server room)
> if it is just about listening to a patch of yours, the traditional approach
> would involve running Pd on the server and streaming the audio to an
> icecast2 (or similar) streamingserver to which people can connect in order
> to hear the stream.
> if you want more interactivity, you can use http/php/xmlrpc/irc/... to
> communicate with Pd (using [netreceive] or similar), so people can change
> parameters.
> fgmasdr
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so basically by using [netreceive] and php i can deploy Pd in a server, and
then people can use their own client (without installing Pd) to play with
the parameters? Is this what you're trying to say?

To light things up, i read that Processing can be deployed as a Java in a
website, so browser with a Java plugin can actually see the work done with
Processing. I'm just curious, is this can also be applied in Pd, without
actually rewrite Pd as a Java code?

Thank you in advance
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