[PD] For those who like inspiring technical musicking talks
Pierre Alexandre Tremblay
tremblap at gmail.com
Fri May 21 14:54:18 CEST 2021
Sorry for the ambiguity. The Pd version does have all the descriptor and decomposition stuff… we just had to limit to SC and Max for the first generation of alpha testing and development of interface for the machine learning and dataset stuff, both relying on key-value associations (Max and SC both support dictionary type natively).
To be a little more specific: all our framework is based on the same clients, and each environment (Max SC Pd) has a wrapper for our client code. So our autumn challenge is to bring the Pd wrapper to par with all the new dataset stuff. It will happen, we very much like the diversity and angle and vibe of the Pd community, but it needs careful consideration to be as idiomatic as possible to its environment.
Thank you for your patience and in the meantime there is still a lot of fun to be had with the other algorithms.
> On 21 May 2021, at 13:48, bbob <fluxmonk at gmail.com> wrote:
> You mention that the PD version of FCM is "in progress", but there is a download on the site. Is that a beta version, or what is it's status? Looking forward to giving it a spin!
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> Date: Thu, 20 May 2021 19:36:24 +0100
> Subject: [PD] For those who like inspiring technical musicking talks
> Dear all
> The Fluid Corpus Manipulation (www.flucoma.org) project is the radar of some of you, because it keeps cropping up once in a while. To make a long story short, we have various machine listening and learning tools to help tackle programmatically sound bank mining in Max and SuperCollider (and Pd in progress) on MacOS, Windows and Linux with all the code open source...
> As part of the project design, we commissioned works to get first users feedback on interface decisions and directions and many other things. You can see who was on the first cohort here (https://www.flucoma.org/commissions/))
> Now, in early July we have 8 more pieces coming. We asked all composers to tell us how they (ab)used the tools. You can follow the saga [here](https://discourse.flucoma.org/t/video-presentation-by-the-artists-second-set-of-commissions/885) and I'll post one per week, which leads us to the gigs. This week, Hans Tutschku explains his approach to polyphonic piano processing, informed by 30 years of practice.
> I hope you enjoy!
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