[PD] Gigs with Pd
jeffreyconcepcion at gmail.com
Sat Jul 31 23:51:41 CEST 2010
Thanks guys, i'll definitely be looking at your suggestions, i think it's
pretty clear that i should make the move to linux, but i just haven't gotten
to it. i already have an acer netbook, but the issues there are horrifying
latency and breakup of the sound (at least on windows), pierre's solution
seems like my ticket for now, as i don't need to have the system on me.
although the bisquitbox, audiopint , beagleboard ,etc. seem like good
To be continued...
On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 11:23 AM, Michal Seta <mis at artengine.ca> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 2:30 PM, Jeffrey Concepcion
> <jeffreyconcepcion at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I would like to exclude my laptop from live performance, so to be able to
> > upload my pd patch (or patches) to a device like the beagleboard seems
> > perfect for my needs.
> I suppose that by "exclude" you mean you want to avoid interacting
> with your laptop directly?
> I don't know what platform you are on but you may want to consider
> using a netbook. It gives you more power than a beagle board, you can
> develop/test your stuff right on the thing, it is small and you could
> even fit it in a small backpack that you could carry on stage. If you
> are familiar with linux you should search linux-audio-users list for
> some info about getting it done. Ivica Ico Bukvic (who is also on
> this list) does a laptop orchestra with netbooks running linux, Ken
> Restivo uses an eepc for live shows as a softsynth and DSP (IIRC) and
> I was recently involved in a project where a mobile setup with
> netbooks, speakers and microphones was used and carried by musicians
> in backpacks:
www.avmachinists.org Puerto Rico based Art Collective/ Non-Profit Org
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