[PD] PD panner

Pagano, Patrick pat at digitalworlds.ufl.edu
Wed Oct 13 14:11:37 CEST 2010

What we actually want to try is shared mocap spaces [4] networked when someone touches a trigger in someones shared space [speaker] it sounds and then "returns" pongs back to its source speaker and I want to control it with OSC since we have that data coming from our app

I have tried pan and pin and written a cheesy one that kinda does what I want but I see people have much more developed ones I want to try. I have about a week to work it.

Suggestions please

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From: pd-list-bounces at iem.at [mailto:pd-list-bounces at iem.at] On Behalf Of Lorenzo Sutton
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Subject: Re: [PD] PD panner

Hi Patrick,

I'm sot sure I understand 100% correctly... you have 1 input source and 
want 4 outputs?

In any case, with the conservatory of Rome folks we are working on a 1 
to n channels "panner" (currently 8 channel and 4 channel versions) 
inspired by Chowning's work [1] you might be interested in.
I am doing the Pd version (linux only atm, but I guess I could compile 
it to windows as well). Of course more than one can be used if you have 
more sources.

It is still unreleased but if you are interested I can give to you to 
play with. I am waiting for the rest of the folks to possibly release (a 
max/msp version is also in the works) but the pd version is fully working.


Pagano, Patrick wrote:
> Hello
> I was wondering if someone has a multi channel sound panner that I can test with pd. I want to have 4 separate sounds [MONO] be panned to differing channels in pd from channel 1->2 2->3 3->1 etc on a simple envelope line.
> I have access to an older EMI 2|6 card and a newer MAUDIO 6 channel soundcard and I was hoping to get some help with the panning if possible. I will be controlling the bangs of the pans and volumes via OSC and motiontracking system and look forward to any help
> TY
> pp
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[1]: Chowning, J. M., "The Simulation of Moving Sound Sources" 
<http://www.dxarts.washington.edu/courses/567/08WIN/chowning.pdf>, in 
/Computer Music Journal/, 1:3, pg. 48-52, June 1977, MIT Press. 

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