Subject: MAX Digest - 16 May 1998 to 17 May 1998
Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 00:01:17 -0400
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There are 3 messages totalling 82 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Novice's MAX Bach Project Improved Already
  2. Excuse me for littering
  3. Markov

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Date:    Sun, 17 May 1998 02:29:57 -0400
From:    Stephen Kay 
Subject: Novice's MAX Bach Project Improved Already

>I've already figured out an important simplification of my MAX version
>of a 4-voice  J.S. Bach Canon (BWV 1074), plus I've learned to upload it=

>as a text file. To use it, drag your curosor over the text below
>beginning with "max v2," copy it and paste it to Simple Text (or some
>such program), save it and open it with Max. It should work!

How wonderful!

But in general, we on this list do not post our (lengthy) projects
to each other. A simple (short) example of a solution to a problem =

someone has asked about - that's OK.  But complete patchers such =

as yours are usually dealt with in the following fashion:

- make an annnouncement of what is is; then provide a means of
downloading it, i.e.
        a) your website
        b) uploading it to an appropriate directory at IRCAM

Imagine if I should just choose to suddenly broadcast my latest
4mb Max project, which plays back exactly Marilyn Manson's entire
last album, except with taste added and in reverse/retrograde, =

to everyone on the list.

Make an announcement; provide a means to get it. If people are
interested, they will download it.  Otherwise, you are wasting
our time and bandwidth by sending many hundreds of people your
project which they expressed no interest in receiving.

Stephen Kay

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Date:    Sun, 17 May 1998 08:23:38 -0500
From:    David Wright 
Subject: Excuse me for littering

I beg y'all's pardon for thoughtlessly shoving my entire project TWICE
onto the newsletter.

Stephen Kay gently reproached me, and I certainly see his point.

Dave Wright
wastrel@citilink.com

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Date:    Sun, 17 May 1998 22:25:10 +0200
From:    Peter Castine 
Subject: Re: Markov

On Fri, 15 May 1998 10:24:12 -0400, Coulombe Patrice
 asked:
>Does anybody knows where ca I get a PPC or FAT version of the object
>"Markov"? Does it exist only on 68k?

Markov was, if I recall correctly, Orm Finnendahl's work. I don't know
that he's had much time to hack Max recently, so 68k may be the only
option. I would send you his e-mail, but I see that the entry in my
address book is out of date. You can probably find it by looking for his
current affiliation (Institut f=FCr Neue Musik, Hochschule der K=FCnste
Berlin) in Alta Vista.

Hope this is of some help,

Peter

-- http://www.prz.tu-berlin.de/~pcastine/ -- pcastine@prz.tu-berlin.de --
"It went down a storm. Brilliant!" 4 Stars           |  Dr. Peter Castine
                                                     +-------------------
_Flutewise_ on my arrangement of Joplin's "The Ragtime Dance" for
4 flutes, alto and bass. (Zimmermann, Order No. 31800)

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