[PD] Gigs with Pd
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Sun Aug 1 00:23:37 CEST 2010
Yeah, do make the move to Linux. And don't give up after trying out Ubuntu
(or whatever) and finding out that i won't work properly on your machine. I
tried at least three different distros of Ubuntu and Pure Dyne before i
installed Fedora. I don't believe anybody can tell for sure which distro
will work fine on your computer, but there has to be one. Just be patient!
(Slightly off topic) Just in case, i'd recommend downloading and burning
Gparted Live and Super Grub Disk before you start experimenting with various
linux distributions. They'll come in handy when it comes to formating your
linux partition and accessing Windows again.
Also, when you have a linux distribution installed, first thing you should
do is download and install the realtime kernel (when available), and then
try JACK to see what the minimal latency is. If it's not way less than in
windows then there's something wrong. Then download, install and run Pd, and
make sure it works normally (it didn't in Ubuntu 9.04 on my laptop).
2010/7/31 Jeffrey Concepcion <jeffreyconcepcion at gmail.com>
> 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
>> > 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:
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