[PD] pd in a eurorack modular system
ralphbluecoat at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 03:04:52 CEST 2015
I'm pretty good friends with the guys at QuBit. In fact, they hired me to
help them get PD working on the Nebulae! I only wrote some basic tests for
it, but people are definitely using it for PD.
pd-vanilla is what it ships with, but with some work it may be possible to
include compiled PD objects from pd-extended.
There are definitely custom Csound patches available online. Not sure about
any PD ones. They do supply templates for PD patches that work. I was the
one who wrote it (though they might have tweaked it a bit since then.)
It's a great sounding module that I highly recommend. Let me know if you
have any more questions about it on or off list.
On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 8:01 PM, Peter P. <peterparker at fastmail.com> wrote:
> * Pagano, Patrick <pat at digitalworlds.ufl.edu> [2015-04-13 19:53]:
> > Hi
> > I am building my first modualr system with a little grant money i got
> for research. For the first 1000$ i got a beginner Pittsburgh Modular
> system and one envelope module. FOr the second 1000$ to complete the grant
> i am considering
> > http://www.qubitelectronix.com/#!nebulae/c23nm
> > The nebulae says it will run custom Csound and pd code which i find very
> The manual says "The module uses a Raspberry Pi as a CPU."
> So you could get yourself a Raspberry Pi, or even better, UDOO board,
> run Pd on it and save some money and gain some expertise on the way, and
> stay independent of a additional commercial hardware provider.
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