[CM] question on audio distributions, CCRMA or Agnula, others?

cristopher pierson ewing cewing@u.washington.edu
Wed, 2 Mar 2005 09:25:01 -0800 (PST)

On the subject of output to povray, I've been using some code developed by 
a friend up here in Seattle to do just that.  I've used it to create a 
layer of animated stuff in a short film I've been doing.  The CM part 
detected onsets of some bell-like sounds and generated a 'score' of povray 
macro calls that generated the video in synch with the audio.  The base 
code is pretty simple.  I can ask him if he'd be willing to throw the 
stuff up for everyone to use.


Cris Ewing
CME and Telehealth Web Services
University of Washington
School of Medicine
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On Wed, 2 Mar 2005, Rick Taube wrote:

>> |  It would be amazing if it would be possible to integrate an animation 
>> tool
>> |  such as povray scripts into cm so to be able to right audio/animation
>> |  algorhythmic compositions.....i found, by seraching the web, that 
>> someone,
> if these scripts simply involve file based processing  this sort of thing is 
> really not that difficult to add to the existing framework by suclassing an 
> existing io stream and writing a handful of methods. if it involves "direct 
> connection" its more difficult (lisp ffis) but can still be done.  but of 
> course it takes someone doing it..  right now i am aware of seveal such 
> useful projects by people on this list:
> 	direct output to alsa midi seqs
> 	score file output to supercollider3
> 	plotting output to gnuplot
> and someone recently inquired about generating enigma files for working with 
> sibelius and finale.
> it would be a Fine Thing if these things could be added so that everyone 
> might benefit. i am more than happy to help and contribute in whatver way i 
> can but i cant become a guru in the api's and file formats for all these 
> things!
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