[CM] new project - Scheme for Pd
chris.actondev at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 14:44:28 PST 2021
Oh oh! exciting stuff.
I'm a stranger when it comes to modular and so on, but also recently bought
a pi zero & a dac shield for it. I wanna check how s7 performs there
(when by some miracle I find the free time for that :D)
Recently I was thinking if there's any nice library for scheduling (when
thinking of any
possible sequencing in the rpi - something along the lines of
I didn't even think of puredata. Do you think it'd make sense for one to
for just scheduling, even if not using any audio output? Or do you have any
On Thu, 14 Jan 2021 at 23:34, Iain Duncan <iainduncanlists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Christos, yeah I'm excited about getting it running on little tiny
> computers for adding to my eurorack. PD can run on Daisy and Bela eurorack
> modules too!
> On Thu, Jan 14, 2021 at 2:22 PM Christos Vagias <chris.actondev at gmail.com>
>> 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>
>>> 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
>>> 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.
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