Subject: MAX Digest - 7 Nov 1998 to 8 Nov 1998 (#1998-63)
Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 00:00:02 -0500
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Topics of the day:

  1. 0c97097
  2. Granular Synthesis
  3. Direct I/O AM2 MSP Audiodriver
  4. MAX Digest - 6 Nov 1998 to 7 Nov 1998 (#1998-62)

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Date:    Sun, 8 Nov 1998 00:35:30 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 
Subject: 0c97097

>Stephen Kay
>The other objects you mention do not ever actually obscure part of the fpic
>during
>their operation, so the problem does not occur when you use them.
>
>You can't do anything about it.

non.sensz.

>does not exhibit this irritating behaviour.  If you take a 
>object, install your picture in it and use it as a background (by selecti=
>ng
>ignore clicks), you can place menus on top of it without anything
>happening.

alread! akompl!schd - sansz megakrap kollekt!on.

1 organ w!th 50 b!ll!on neuronz w!th 1 m!ll!on b!ll!on s!napsez
+ w!th an ovrall f!r!ng rate ov 10 m!ll!on per zekundz
oppozd b! 1 megakrap kollekt!on - mega+m9ndfukd +

>Stephen Kay
>---------------------- The MegaMAX Collection ----------------------
> Over 30 Max objects for the creation of more professional looking, =

\\  modl c!t!zenz++

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Date:    Sun, 8 Nov 1998 13:35:56 +0100
From:    Aeldrik Pander 
Subject: Re: Granular Synthesis

On Fri, 6 Nov 1998 09:16:19 David stevens 
wrote:

> > Having worked with Nobuyasu Sakodna's  excellent MSP 'Granular 1.2'
> > I  was wondering if anyone has been able to process G.S. in realtime.
> >
> > If it's possible with 'Granular 1.2' or any other patch or program
> > perhaps you could email me?
>
>
> please post any info to the list - I'm also interested in this, and i
think
> there are several other people here who are too.

I have written a Granular synthesis patch and a control program for FTS in
1994. It works with 12 voices in realtime. The control program is works with
gestures (written in NeXTStep Obj C) and plugs into the MAX/FTS interface.
I'm planning to port the GS part to MSP very soon. Anyone interrested for
the
MAX/FTS version, please contact me.

Aeldrik Pander

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Date:    Sun, 8 Nov 1998 12:46:46 +0000
From:    Neville John Cross 
Subject: Direct I/O AM2 MSP Audiodriver

In my 'quest' to obtain realtime digital  in from my 7100/80 (with a Newer
Tech
upgrade card) I have been trying an old AM11 card.
The MSP manual only talks about the 2 analog channels, in and out, on the
card.
I've been unable to access the digital input with the driver.
Is this possible? How is this done?
Best Regards,
NJC

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Date:    Sun, 8 Nov 1998 13:37:31 +0100
From:    Georg Hajdu 
Subject: Re: MAX Digest - 6 Nov 1998 to 7 Nov 1998 (#1998-62)

Concert Annoncement

=46riday, November 13, 1998
Hochschule f=FCr Musik Detmold, Abteilung M=FCnster
Concert Hall
20h

ENSEMBLE WIREWORKS

Works for live electronics by German composer Dieter Schnebel

Pan for flute - new version for flute and live electronics
Lamento di Guerra for mezzo-soprano and synthesizer
Zwei Studien for piano and live electronics
Languido for bass flute and live electronics

WireWorks:
Carin Levine, flute
Annette Kleine, mezzo-sopran
Jennifer Hymer, piano and synthesizer
Georg Hajdu, electronics

Dieter Schnebel (*1930) succeeded Luigi Nono as director of the
Heinrich-Strobel foundation's Freiburg Experimental Studio.

The electronic setup of Zwei Studien, dating from 1988, was reprogrammed
entirely in MAX/MSP forgoing the bulky and expensive machinery employed in
its premiere.

The MAX patch makes use of the vst~ plug-in object for some of the
real-time effects. Using a Magma PCI expansion system and an appropriate
sound card, the whole thing could even run on a Powerbook, which for its
portability is indeed a huge step towards the "conquest" of the classical
concert venues that have traditionally been reluctant to feature electronic
music.

Information (in German) on this concert and the entire festival dedicated
to Dieter Schnebel is available at:
http://www.uni-muenster.de/Musikhochschule/Projekte/Schnebel/Schnebel1.html

Information on WireWorks (both in German and English) is available as a
=2Epdf file at
http://www.uni-muenster.de/Musikhochschule/Dozenten/Hajdu/WireWorks/WIREWORK=
S.pd
f

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 Dr. Georg Hajdu

Hochschule f=FCr Musik Detmold,
Abteilung M=FCnster
Ludgeriplatz 1
D-48151 Muenster

e-mail: hajdu@uni-muenster.de
http://www.uni-muenster.de/Musikhochschule/Dozenten/Hajdu/home.html
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