Subject: MAX Digest - 19 May 1998 to 20 May 1998
Date: Thu, 21 May 1998 00:00:27 -0400
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Topics of the day:

  1. Max on the web
  2. Studio 4 - multiple computers
  3. MAX Digest - 18 May 1998 to 19 May 1998
  4. Studio 4
  5. MSP<->Audiowerk8
  6. making  "GaMa-Oke" together?
  7. Max Digest Archive

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Date:    Thu, 21 May 1998 04:07:45 +1000
From:    Damian Castaldi 
Subject: Re: Max on the web

Has anyone out there used max to trigger multiple media (quicktime 3
streaming compressed image and audio) in a netscape browser on or
offline? We had an idea last year using director and fetch to upload
meta refreshing pages using sensor technology in an installation. It
worked but was slow and you couldn't really see or hear any correlation
between the meta refreshing content and the actual human
interaction/reaction. Any experience in terms of programming and
applications used for both on and offline would be of interest.

Damian Castaldi
University of Sydney

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Date:    Wed, 20 May 1998 09:46:57 -0000
From:    Nick Rothwell 
Subject: Re: Studio 4 - multiple computers

> This is exactly the sort of thing that tech support is for,please use this
> service.

Mailing lists are very effective for problem avoidance when under
deadlines or for dealing with companies whose technical support is
either non-existent or ineffectual.

That's not a criticism of Opcode - I've never dealt with them
directly, being in the UK. Certainly, Opcode's previous UK dealership
gave execrable support, which is why I've not upgraded an Opcode
product for several years. I've not dealt with SCV yet - as I say, I
don't upgrade anything any more.

--
        Nick Rothwell, CASSIEL            contemporary dance projects
        http://www.cassiel.com            music synthesis and control

        NOTICE - this vessel has triple screws - keep clear of blades

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Date:    Wed, 20 May 1998 08:30:41 -0400
From:    Nicholas J Patterson 
Subject: Re: MAX Digest - 18 May 1998 to 19 May 1998

Hi Maxers,

excuse this slightly tangential post, but can anybody offer advice or
point me to information on how Max/MSP has performed on Macs running G3
upgrades, such as the cards offered by Newer Technologies? And would it
improve the performance of MSP significantly to have the  ultra/wide SCSI
internal drive option offered with the current G3s?

The expertise of this group is appreciated, as always.

Nick Patterson / Columbia University Music & Arts Library

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Date:    Wed, 20 May 1998 10:10:56 -0400
From:    Eric Rosenzveig 
Subject: Studio 4

>I don't mean to be rude by pointing this out but the mail list is
>not really the appropriate place for this sort of issue as it obviously has
>nothing to do with MAX.

To the contrary - upon my request some years ago a kind tech at Opcode told
me 'how to configure the Studio 4 properly for two computer use'. This does
not work and was only confirmed by others on the list with practical
experience (and a few nights of my own rebootings).

Eric Rosenzveig

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Date:    Wed, 20 May 1998 19:50:44 +0200
From:    Michael Kieslinger 
Subject: MSP<->Audiowerk8

dear maxers,=20
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i am planning an installation, where i would like to use MSP together=20
with the Audiowerk8 card from emagic. can anybody tell me if MSP=20
supports all 8 output-channels of the card simultaneously and if it=20
will run stable. the installation will be up for 1 1/2 month and i=20
don=B4t want to have any troubles. =20
is there any other multi-channel card that doesn=B4t cost more then=20
about 1.000 USD, which i could use together with MSP?=20
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thanks for any infos,=20
michael=20
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>_/ M i c h a e l    K i e s l i n g e r            _/=20
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>_/ Tel+Fax:+43-1-5967750                           _/=20
>_/ e-mail: mkies@magnet.at               _/=20
>_/ info-page:http://thing.at/artphalanx/Kieslinger _/=20
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Date:    Thu, 21 May 1998 10:29:30 +0000
From:    BUYO-BUYO-IGOR 
Subject: making  "GaMa-Oke" together?

SaRiGaMa's Oil Vending Orchestra
would like to propose you to join our "Hz"-links!
This is to  prepare sound-files
which could be called "BROTHERS"
by starting from common Hz and making the harmonic movement
between each files "www"-oriented.
Can you join this with some results you can create with your MSP-MAX system?

What our orchestra intend is to prepare a "GaMa-Oke" a background "karaoke"
and let it be played at our studio jam thang.:
http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~buyobuyo/gamagama/forgama.html

If you could start from latter root-Hzs....
this will help a lot to let us bind sounds
suitable to our "SONG no.5":
http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~buyobuyo/songs/five.html

207.652
287.519
155.739
241.145
186.887

these all have common harmonics

233.609

to make things PD oriented....
I prepared a banner:


If each participant's www-page contributed for this project (under condition
 mentioned by this banner...) can be linked to each other....this linkage
can
 teach the visitor the relationship between material-files and people can
 download
 his favorites and combine the resulting sound-files of do looping things...

excuse me ..my english is horrible....

BTW.
Any project like this before?

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BUYO-BUYO-IGOR
buyobuyo@i.am

SaRiGaMa's Oil Vending Orchestra
http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~buyobuyo

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Date:    Wed, 20 May 1998 22:49:26 -0400
From:    Jon Witte 
Subject: Max Digest Archive

Hellooooo Maxers,

I have just updated the Max digest Archive with all the latest issues
and it can now be searched.  I couldn't get my ISP to install a search
CGI onto the personal web server because of security issues, but I think
I have solved this problem another, less eloquent  way.  Check it out
at:

http://www2.cybernex.net/~jonwitte/max/welcome.html

Give it a try and let me know what you think.
--
Jon Witte - Music Machine Studio

http://www2.cybernex.net/~jonwitte/
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