[PD] [PD-announce] netpd 2.2 released

Julian Brooks jbeezez at gmail.com
Mon May 4 16:53:47 CEST 2020

Hey Roman,

Huge thanks for your ongoing work with this, it's a great piece of kit.

I too am one of those who's been sniffing around and was trying it out
again last week - got to say, it was good before, it's kinda awesome now.

I've got a classful of computing 17yo's who I'd like to spend a few weeks
with netpd, and also do some intro pd coding with. Sadly I've been told we
have to do this on a private server - even more annoyingly this will be
with aws (on ubuntu). Any gotchas or tips on setting up a netpd server you
can share would be much appreciated. e.g. - Does the server need the
various libs installed, realtime prios, memory allocation etc.?

All the best and thanks again,


On Fri, 1 May 2020 at 23:27, Roman Haefeli <reduzent at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi
> I just released version 2.2 of netpd - the Collaborative Realtime
> Networked Music Making Environment. Most of the changes are actually
> pretty old, but recent traffic rise on netpd due to current
> circumstances made me put a tag on the current state of tings.
> Changes include:
>   * add support for OSC blob data in protocol
>   * support audio transmissions (samples or live)
>   * new netpd abstraction: [netpd_sample]
>   * make instruments directory configurable
>   * add configuration parameter for latency compensation
> On the instruments side, still unannounced are:
>   * metaseq - a time-line slicer for creating complex sequencing
>     structures
>   * evil - live audio transmission with configured latency à la ninjam
>   * simplesample - proof-of-concept audio sampler
>   * unpunch - new ds based sequencer with key commands
> Since a couple of weeks, you might bump into people from different
> parts of the world. We had a jam with 6 participants yesterday and it
> went smoothly, so it appears netpd gained some maturity during the
> years. Maybe now it's a good time to try it out.
> https://www.netpd.org/
> Software:
> https://www.netpd.org/~roman/netpd-plus-instruments.zip
> Cheers,
> Roman
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