[PD] nusmuk_audio WAS: Max Smoother Audio than Pd?
colet.patrice at free.fr
colet.patrice at free.fr
Thu Apr 15 20:23:35 CEST 2010
Actual dance floors musics needs a very large handset of tools that also require
best technologies for avoiding sound loss
and having the sound responding correctly through all sound systems.
We use to call the set of composer tools a Workstation.
It's usually easier and sound better with mixing vinyls rather than playing
live, that's why in almost all dance floors there are DJ's only.
If there would even have something like a kind of virtual mixer, Pd would have
his place at least for mixing.
This kind of tool require a graphical interface, obviously, for manually
controlling the file mixing, and this is where a good tool could make the
I don't doubt that a lot of the several technologies have been developped
through different patches that works more or less, but without a kind of wrapper
for all those patches
it doesn't look like a human job to glue all the stuff together in a musical
piece that would sounds as big as we use to hear when we go to dancefloors, or
when we turn on the pop radio.
Selon Jonathan Wilkes <jancsika at yahoo.com>:
> --- 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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