[PD] [PD-announce] HoaLibrary for PD - High Order Ambisonics Library
guillotpierre6 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 5 17:12:31 CET 2013
Faust is very efficient but there are particularities. We can't have a
dynamic ambisonic order that means for each processing we have to create as
many externals as we want orders. There's no restriction for order with
Hoa, so it's a first problem. On another hand, GUIs are very important and
we can't make them with Faust. And we don't have the whole library in
Faust. Faust is highly optimized and multi-plateform so it's useful for
specific uses but it's not the best choice for what we want to offer with
this Pd version. I'm going to find a solution and someone offers his help
on codelab PD forum so perhaps Linux version will come soon.
2013/11/5 Jaime E Oliver <jaime.oliver2 at gmail.com>
> Doesn't Faust just do that for you? I thought you could simply export
> externals from the Faust code in Linux, but I could be remembering wrong.
> On Nov 5, 2013, at 3:35 AM, Pierre Guillot <guillotpierre6 at gmail.com>
> The Linux version is scheduled but I can't say when (I need a Linux
> machine and time to do this). I'm not a Linux expert (really not) so If
> you have any advices for Linux version, it will be very helpful.
> 2013/11/4 Laurent Willkomm <willkomm at pt.lu>
>> Am 2013-11-04 09:44, schrieb Pierre Guillot:
>>> The CICM is pleased to share the first release of HoaLibrary for Pure
>>> HoaLibrary is a collection of C++ classes, FAUST functions and objects
>>> for Pure Data, Max and VST destined to high order Ambisonics sound
>>> HoaLibrary allows musicians and composers to synthesize, transform and
>>> render sound fields in a creative and artistic way. This library
>>> facilitates the understanding and the appropriation of key concepts of
>>> Ambisonics. Thanks to original graphical interfaces a lot of new signal
>>> processings are allowed like diffuse sound field synthesis, perspective
>>> distortion or spatial filtering.
>>> HoaLibrary is free, open-source and made available by CICM, the centre
>>> of research on musical composition and computer science of the Paris 8
>> will there be a Linux puredata version?
>> L. Willkomm
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