Subject: MAX Digest - 17 Dec 1998 to 18 Dec 1998 (#1998-103)
Date: Sat, 19 Dec 1998 00:00:02 -0500
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There are 6 messages totalling 157 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. invert and retrograde
  2. Picture Processing ?
  3. Digigram PCXpocket PC-Card
  4. ? re. fiddle~/bonk~
  5. Midiman 2044 and ASIO Drivers (2)

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Date:    Fri, 18 Dec 1998 09:16:01 +0000
From:    david stevens 
Subject: Re: invert and retrograde

 Peter wrote:
>
 Performer 1.0 was sometime in '85 (including support
> for melodic inversion and retrograde, something I still haven't been able
> to get any of the German sequencer manufacturers to show me at a demo),
> as well as a few further competitors.

have you seen Eric Wenger's Xx? a totally wild sequencing environment!

david

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Date:    Fri, 18 Dec 1998 18:28:38 +0200
From:    Joachim Gossmann 
Subject: Picture Processing ?

Hello...

Is anybody here in the list engaged in doing picture processing with
max?
I am working on an interactive installation and need to modify pictures
on the screen in realtime.
I would very much like to exchange experiences..
Is there anybody out there doing it?

Does anybody know in what digest approximately something like that has
been a topic?

Thank you for helping...

Joachim

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Date:    Fri, 18 Dec 1998 18:41:35 +0100
From:    "Dr. Karlheinz Essl" 
Subject: Digigram PCXpocket PC-Card

Dear MAXers!

Is anybody on this list using Digigram PCXpocket PC-Card? I am planning to
buy one, for the audio-out of my PB3400 does not work any more, and the
only way to repair it is to change the motherboard (according to my Mac
Service Center) which is nearly the price of the audio card.

Are there any other alternatives?

Cheers,

   Dr. Karlheinz Essl - Composer
   Vienna / Austria
   Studio for Advanced Music & Media Technology
   http://www.essl.at/

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Date:    Fri, 18 Dec 1998 11:35:42 -0800
From:    Matt Wright 
Subject: Re: ? re. fiddle~/bonk~

"M. Abidh Waugh"  says:
>my preliminary work with the fiddle~ has resulted in numerous crashes.

Same here.  It seems to be worse for me when building a patch than
when running one that's already built.

-Matt

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Date:    Fri, 18 Dec 1998 19:04:02 -0500
From:    Andrew Brouse 
Subject: Midiman 2044 and ASIO Drivers

Hello Maxers and Maxees,

I was wondering whether anyone had tried MSP with the Midiman 2044 (which
now has Mac ASIO Drivers available) with MSP and its newfound ASIO
support.  I realise that there are no native MSP Drivers for the 2044 (or
are there???) but if the whole standardization principle of ASIO is
functioning, this *should* work.

I would appreciate any responses via personal e-mail or on the list from
anyone who has any experience or useful advice on this matter.  Excuse me
if this issue has been broached already but I have not been aware of it.
As this must be resolved quickly, prompt responses would be appreciated.

Thanks,

/*************************************************/
/*         Andrew Brouse                         */
/*         Computer Applications in Music        */
/*         McGill University                     */
/*         Montreal, Quebec, Canada              */
/*                                               */
/*  "I love music, any kind of music             */
/*   I love music, just as long as its groovy"   */
/*                                               */
/*     Gamble and Huff, as sung by the O'Jays    */
/*                                               */
/*************************************************/

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Date:    Fri, 18 Dec 1998 19:06:20 -0500
From:    Andrew Brouse 
Subject: Midiman 2044 and ASIO Drivers

Hello Maxers and Maxees,

I was wondering whether anyone had tried MSP with the Midiman 2044 (which
now has Mac ASIO Drivers available) with MSP and its newfound ASIO
support.  I realise that there are no native MSP Drivers for the 2044 (or
are there???) but if the whole standardization principle of ASIO is
functioning, this *should* work.

I would appreciate any responses via personal e-mail or on the list from
anyone who has any experience or useful advice on this matter.  Excuse me
if this issue has been broached already but I have not been aware of it.
As this must be resolved quickly, prompt responses would be appreciated.

Thanks,

/*************************************************/
/*         Andrew Brouse                         */
/*         Computer Applications in Music        */
/*         McGill University                     */
/*         Montreal, Quebec, Canada              */
/*                                               */
/*  "I love music, any kind of music             */
/*   I love music, just as long as its groovy"   */
/*                                               */
/*     Gamble and Huff, as sung by the O'Jays    */
/*                                               */
/*************************************************/

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