[PD] nusmuk_audio WAS: Max Smoother Audio than Pd?

Jonathan Wilkes jancsika at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 15 19:11:28 CEST 2010

--- On Thu, 4/15/10, colet.patrice at free.fr <colet.patrice at free.fr> wrote:

> From: colet.patrice at free.fr <colet.patrice at free.fr>
> Subject: Re: [PD] nusmuk_audio WAS: Max Smoother Audio than Pd?
> To: pd-list at iem.at
> Date: Thursday, April 15, 2010, 5:53 PM
> >> Matteo Sisti Sette a écrit :
> >>> Frank wrote:
> >>> > It's not so much the tool, as it is the
> skills that makes music
> >>> > sound good.
> >>> That is true for really good tools. Needless
> to say that Pd is one of 
> >>> them.
> sorry, I might going to be rude,
>  but I've never heard some music completely made with
> PureData that really sound good.
> they are alway little experiments, or false reproductions
> of things we know and without the sound.
>  like last time someone posted something that sounded like
> 'psychic warriors of gaia', but honnestly i'd prefer the
> original.
> The skill to make music with pd is about rewriting
> everything, at the end it's not really the skill of a
> musician,
> for example in concrete music, who is the musician, Pierre
> Schaeffer, or Pierre Henry?
>  Pierre Schaeffer has demonstrated that he is a very
> skilled music scientist, but he didn't even made a shit that
> we could hear like a composition.
> pd is just a tool for learning dsp, there is no such
> project that show how pd is cool to make people moving on
> the dance floor.

In your opinion, what kinds of features would the hypothetical "cool pd" 
have in order to give a composer the tools to make people move on 
the dance floor?



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