[PD] Pd & massively multi-channel wi-fi speakers
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Mon Feb 18 19:21:35 CET 2019
the radio idea sounds like a lot of fun.
El lun., 18 feb. 2019 a las 10:24, Jean-Marie Adrien (<
jm.adrien.mnt at gmail.com>) escribió:
> as far as i know, two major problems
> - wireless speakers to be found for sale in the industry are based on the
> stereophonic paradigm, music coming out of two holes and that’s it
> - wireless technology introduces some latency, which is somehow
> contradictory with the pd real time approach, even more since the industry
> runs now after the personal assistant segment, to generate more profit, and
> this introduces though even more latency, which is in itself not a problem
> if you playback dead sounds like in the last millenium.
> there must be some ways to turn around these problems though, like radios
> indeed :), but these ways around have to be considered in balance with
> installing simple cables, and this even more if sound sources are not
> mobile in space.
> i am however always curious to learn about the subject
> > Le 18 févr. 2019 à 09:19, Peter P. <peterparker at fastmail.com> a écrit :
> > * Kerry Hagan <klhagan at gmail.com> [2019-02-17 12:56]:
> >> Hello all,
> >> Has anyone used wi-fi speakers with Pd?
> >> More importantly - I would ideally like to send 30 independent audio
> channels to 30 battery-powered wi-fi speakers (in the same room)
> > Do you mean Wifi or Bluetooth? Could you use small FM transmitters and
> > 30 battery powered radios, like, in the last millenium, instead?
> >> I’ve never used any wi-fi speakers for anything at all, and I’m finding
> it hard to see how they are connected without some proprietary software
> made by the usual suspects. I’ve scoured eBay, Amazon, Curry’s without
> being able to answer my own questions.
> > Well, these pages don't give answers, they sell you things ;)
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