[PD] Music made with Pd

Marco Donnarumma devel at thesaddj.com
Mon Oct 11 18:12:15 CEST 2010

Hi Pierre,
nice music!

Yes, it's interesting to listen to Pd played in a rock band.


From: Pierre Massat <pimassat at gmail.com>
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> Hi everyone,
> I just wanted to share some music i've made with my band, because i've used
> Pd with my guitar and a rt setup and i'm very happy with the results. I
> remember when i started experimenting with this a year ago, i had hope but
> i
> did not expect it to work so well. So here it is :
> http://pierreetleloup.bandcamp.com/
> There's some Pd-processed guitar on the following songs: Not too sad,
> Nyctalope, Canop?e and We own the sky. The rest is just plain rock trio
> stuff (irrelevant here). There's no keyboard and i didn't need any hardware
> effetcs.
> So this gives me an opportunity to thank everybody on the list, it's really
> neat to always have someone who can help you and provide a bit of code!
> cheers!
> Pierre

Marco Donnarumma aka TheSAD
Independent New Media Arts Professional, Performer, Teacher
Ongoing MSc by Research, University of Edinburgh, UK

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