r at raakvlak.net
Sat Sep 26 08:14:43 CEST 2009
Since no one else has answered your question so far, and since I had
to find an answer to the same question only a few weeks ago, this is
what I know about the current state of development of Percolate:
You can find the different versions of Percolate at http://www.music.columbia.edu/PeRColate/
From there, there is a link to a Pd version of Percolate by Olaf
Matthes. This version, however, is no longer available. From what I've
heard - I was not around when this happened - Olaf seems to have
decided to no longer develop for Pd after a dispute with other
Unfortunately, no one has stepped up to the plate to create a new port.
So it seems that right now you have two options; find a way to do your
project without the Percolate objects, or move to Max/MSP ...
Hope this helps.
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> Dear friends, well i am working with music and arduino and i need
> the old
> library percolate... with objects like a bamboo~, marimba~ etc...
> Can yours help me...
> Thanks a lot
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