[PD] play mp3 file and create graphical front end interface

Marco Donnarumma devel at thesaddj.com
Fri Jun 11 10:48:02 CEST 2010

regarding mp3 your friend is [readanysf~] by August Black. Packages for
linux and mac.


cannot really help about the GUI issue, but something nice could be achieved
using Processing for the GUI communicating OSC with Pd.

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> Hi All,
> I'm currently working with my sister for a project that will involve
> creating a simple remix tool, in which a song will be played, and the user
> can create additional sounds on top of that song, recording it and thus
> create his/her own version of the song. I've done with the basic of the
> tool, it's now operational. However, I have some questions:
> 1. Can I load an mp3 file? I use readsf~ and I think it can only read wav
> and aiff file
> 2. Can we create a graphical front end using HTML? Or are we restricted to
> GrIPD to create a more informative graphical front end? If so, can grIPD
> work on Mac OSX, beacuse it's the OS that we're working in, and the GrIPD
> website don't show any information of installing it in Mac OSX.
> Many thanks for your help :)
> Regards,
> Didit
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