[PD] nusmuk_audio WAS: Max Smoother Audio than Pd?
jmmmpais at googlemail.com
Thu Apr 22 12:06:28 CEST 2010
>>> if you need a program to mix tracks in a session, then there's no
>>> point in even thinking of programming something like that in pd, just
>>> use any of the very good programs around.
>> There is a very simple and oft-overlooked point to reinventing such
>> programmes inside of pd : it gives you a mixing tool that becomes
>> endlessly reconfigurable, and it gives you components that are useful
>> inside of pd patches that aren't fundamentally about mixing.
>> I doubt that Pd users are the kind of people who use any ordinary
>> tools while NOT thinking : « hey, if I had this in Pd, I could be
>> plugging [whatever~] into it, or I could plug this mixer into
>> blahblah.pd ».
> Actually I often plug Pd into Ardour (which is a DAW, and is developed,
> also, for mixing tracks) through jack. it's so simple. :)
so you do exactly what I said, use a specifc program for a specific task.
if you use pd+ardour together, you might be interested in my patch to
control ardour from pd through osc:
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