Subject: MAX Digest - 9 Jun 1998 to 10 Jun 1998
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 00:01:10 -0400
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There are 5 messages totalling 105 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Max/MSP news
  2. problem
  3. Powerbook i/o
  4. Webcast
  5. The shape of noise reduction past

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Date:    Tue, 9 Jun 1998 21:22:02 -0700
From:    David Zicarelli 
Subject: Max/MSP news

I've updated my Cycling '74 news page for the first time in
two months with some information about upcoming Max/MSP workshops.
Please visit http://www.cycling74.com/support/news.html.

For the news junkies: I hope to have a lot more news in a couple of
weeks.

David Z.

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Date:    Wed, 10 Jun 1998 12:50:51 -0400
From:    Fleur de Vie Weinstock 
Subject: problem

i have a problem.  i don't think my messages are reaching the max list.
are they?

                          <>Senior Recital<>
                      <>Fleur de Vie Weinstock<>
                  <>8 PM, Sunday, April 25th, 1999<>
                <>Paine Hall, Harvard University, Free<>
   <>audience participation, mbira dzavadzimu, electronic composition,
                   improvisational piano, and Other<>

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Date:    Wed, 10 Jun 1998 10:21:02 -0700
From:    jhno 
Subject: Re: Powerbook i/o

>Peakaudio (www.peakaudio.com) holds the rights to a timersensitive =
>protocol
>and technique, that works over ordinary FastEthernet connections and
>equipment (switches,hubs, cables..) and can provide 8 stereo 48kHz 20bit
>audio connections, they say. QSC Audio has already implemented this in its
>RAVE-series, which end-devices provide various analog and digital =
>ins/outs.

aha, interesting... also, as you say, pretty high-end. thanks for the
pointer.

note that their system does not run over 10Mbit Ethernet, which is what i
think powerbooks have?

in thinking about this, it seems like SCSI would be a much more practical
solution. why doesn't somebody make a single unit rack module that has a
SCSI connector (well, two) and perhaps 2 or 4 or 8 channels of audio i/o???

since hard-disk recording is already implemented in MSP, i suspect
supporting such a device would be pretty easy...

-jhno

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bee, and in this vibration, hears the dissolution and creation of worlds.
                             - kelly, re: the Vedantic Hatha Yoga Pradipika

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Date:    Wed, 10 Jun 1998 12:46:08 -0500
From:    Bob Falesch 
Subject: Webcast

Part Two of the program with Hans Tutschku will be broadcast / webcast this
Saturday, June 13th.  For more information, please see:

     http://homepage.interaccess.com/~raf/j6wnur.html

The composer will be heard discussing his compositional methods and life
inside
IRCAM (Paris). Four of his compositions will be heard --    two in
excerpt-form
plus complete playbacks of ...errinerung... and Sieben Stufen.

I hope you were able to enjoy Part One last week. Please feel free to send
me
 any
comments about this type of program.  I may have opportunities to produce
more
features of this kind, and I'd like to know if anything could be improved.

   --Bob Falesch

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Date:    Wed, 10 Jun 1998 13:33:00 -0600
From:    John Abram 
Subject: The shape of noise reduction past

I'm trying to find details of how to replicate the coding and decoding of
DBX type 1 noise reduction.  Does anyone here have this info, or know where
to get it?

with best wishes,
John
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