[PD] Textual pd primer

Jonathan Wilkes jancsika at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 16 19:26:44 CEST 2012

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> From: Sam Raker <sam.raker at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [PD] Textual pd primer
> Hi guys,
> Longtime listener, first time caller. 
> I was wondering if there's a good intro to text-only pd. I just got a 
> raspberry pi, and I've heard a lot of chatter about how the -nogui flag 
> solves a lot of weird dsp problems &c, plus it'd be nice not to have to 
> waste a USB port plugging in a mouse as well as a keyboard/midi keyboard/sound 
> card/m-audio box/etc. Plus my main comp is a mac, and I'm worried making my 
> patches on my Mac and then getting them onto my pi will be a pain in the b. 

How exactly do you want to get the patches onto the pi?

> I've seen people say stuff like, "oh, just make a patch and look at it 
> with a text editor and figure it out," but that's a bit over my head.
> Thoughts?
> -sam
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