[PD] maxlib on OSX version?

Raphael Raccuia rafael.raccuia at blindekinder.com
Wed Sep 20 21:58:17 CEST 2023

thank you all of you,

I installed iemnet and OSC, it works. It's ok for me to use them, it's 
just I always thought mrpeach was the one for OSC...
for maxlib I only need [scale], and the abstraction I made works well.

For the story: we use a mac because we need both max/msp and PD for this 
project. We also have a PC and I would have preferred Linux with Jack 
but max sadly was never ported. We tried with windows but jack was 
highly unstable and asio doesn't accept more than one app connecting to it.


Le 20/09/2023 à 15:51, IOhannes m zmölnig a écrit :
> On 9/20/23 14:47, rafael.raccuia at blindekinder.com wrote:
>>   Thank you Christof, that would be great!
>> In the meanwhile I try with iemnet and osc, but if tomorrow I can use 
>> the original patch again it's much better.
>> So you confirm it's because of M1.
> well, maxlib is available just fine for macOS, e.g.
> <http://deken.puredata.info/info?url=http%3A%2F%2Fpuredata.info%2FMembers%2Ffjkraan%2Fsoftware%2Fmaxlib%2F1.5.8%2Fmaxlib%5Bv1.5.8%5D%28Darwin-amd64-32%29%28Darwin-i386-32%29%28Sources%29.dek> 
> as is mrpeach:
> <http://deken.puredata.info/info?url=http%3A%2F%2Fpuredata.info%2FMembers%2Fmartinrp%2Fsoftware%2Fmrpeach%2F20200615%2Fmrpeach%5Bv20200615%5D%28Darwin-amd64-32%29%28Sources%29.dek> 
> this issue is, that these binaries are for macOS/intel, and you have a 
> macOS/Arm: so yes, all this is "because of M1".
> apart form the already given solutions (replace these old libraries 
> with something modern; wait for some kind soul to provide M1 binaries; 
> ...) there i can think of two more options:
> 1. you can run Pd through Rosetta to emulate an Intel machine.
> this will allow you to use the existing macOS/Intel binaries.
> of course, performance is worse than when using native binaries, but 
> that might not be a problem.
> 2. you could install linux on your Mac (e.g. Debian/bananas)¹
> gfsadr
> IOhannes
> ¹ and while i hate to admit it, currently this might not be the best 
> option; e.g. i do not know whether Debian/bananas manages to do more 
> than just booting the system :-P
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