[CM] new project - Scheme for Pd

Christos Vagias chris.actondev at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 14:21:50 PST 2021

Hi Iaian,

Looking forward to seeing your progress with scheme-for-pd! :)
(as I'm not - and haven't - used max myself)

If I'm not mistaken pd also works in android, so I guess it could
be possible to have scheme-for-pd..for-android at some point in future!
Oh and in VST plugins as well!

On Thu, 14 Jan 2021 at 16:37, Iain Duncan <iainduncanlists at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi colleagues, I also wanted to share that I have begun (slowly) working
> on a PureData port of Scheme for Max. If there are any PD gurus on here who
> want to assist, that would be lovely. I will be picking up development on
> it this semester as soon as I get a bow on the Scheme for Max 0.2 release,
> probably this week. I believe the majority of what I've done in Scheme for
> Max should port over pretty well, with the PD version being quite a bit
> simpler.
> One of my eventual goals with both is to clean up the code to the point
> that adding new C functions is easy for the user developer, and I think the
> PD version will be a good first target for this, as the C code in it is
> simpler/cleaner (much less old kludgy code in PD from what I can tell so
> far), and I expect PD devs will be more interested in doing this. (The
> external hacking crowd being a very small percentage of the Max user base).
> Anyway, just thought I'd share in case this is something others are
> interested in. Initial Hello PD repo is here, I got it successfully turning
> on and evaluating some scheme a few months ago but have been heads down on
> Scheme for Max 0.2 since then.
> https://scheme-for-max-docs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/algo_procs.html
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