Subject: MAX Digest - 18 Apr 1998 to 19 Apr 1998
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 00:01:12 -0400
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There are 3 messages totalling 71 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. hard disk recording in msp
  2. clarification
  3. Max Muse?


Date:    Sun, 19 Apr 1998 12:08:03 +0200
From:    Roby Steinmetzer 
Subject: Re: hard disk recording in msp

>Is there a way, a la Super Collider, to record the output of an MSP patch
>straight to hard disk or is it  a case of using record~ and a very large
>buffer ?
>Jem Finer

sfrecord~ lets you record directly to harddisk

Roby Steinmetzer


Date:    Sun, 19 Apr 1998 19:58:32 +0200
From:    dudas 
Subject: clarification

>Date:    Thu, 16 Apr 1998 23:21:19 -0600
>From:    =cw4t7abs 
>Subject: jimmies.Max on the NeXT
>open up old patches from max,
>on the next, + run them mor etc
>open up old patches from max on the next,
>+ run them etc.

Sorry for not being very clear. That line should read:

" up old DSP patches which were created with Max0.26 on the
NeXT/ISPW, and run them on the Power Macintosh with MSP (with no changes,
or just minimal changes to the patch)..."



Date:    Sun, 19 Apr 1998 21:51:16 -0400
From:    Tommy DOG 
Subject: Max Muse?

Dear Uncle Max,
I've been trying to figure out whether this is something that needs to be
reconstructed in Max.
There is a nice PC (GASP!!!) application located here:
I know the author is interested in a Mac Port.

If you don'yt know anything about the original instrument created by
Marvin Minsky (yeah THE MARVIN MINSKY) and Edward Fredkin, it's well worth
your time to investigate this story.

If anyone has any comments on this please feel free to E me.

"Death To The Dumb, Curses Upon The Heads Of The Weird"
    Tommy DOG: Music Brut via humans and machines


End of MAX Digest - 18 Apr 1998 to 19 Apr 1998