[PD] no pd??
matju at artengine.ca
Wed Jan 4 02:29:47 CET 2012
Le 2012-01-04 à 09:55:00, Richie Cyngler a écrit :
> I don't think you're follow the intention. The intention of using [pd~]
> in Max would be to subvert the intentions of the organisers, because
> their policy is exclusive for no apparent reason. At least that is my
> take on it.
I don't think that you're able to read the following sentence :
>>>>> "The electronic processing must be developed and implemented using
>>>>> Max/MSP or Kyma. (we will not accept patches developed in Pure Data
>>>>> or SuperCollider)."
Using [pd~] requires a pd patch. They will not accept pd patches.
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