Subject: MAX Digest - 9 May 1999 to 10 May 1999 (#1999-142)
Date: Tue, 11 May 1999 00:00:02 -0400
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Topics of the day:

  1. Call for works
  2. Purchase RadioBaton?
  3. MAX Digest - 8 May 1999 to 9 May 1999 (#1999-141)
  4. SMPTE without hardware
  5. highpass filter
  6. Audiowerk8 problem

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Date:    Mon, 10 May 1999 02:06:13 +0200
From:    Matthew Ostrowski 
Subject: Re: Call for works

>> The Swiss Center for Computer Music (SCCM) requests submission of
>> musical works for tape, solo instrument and tape and solo instrument
>> combined with live electronics.
>
>What about live electronics without tape or solo instrument?
>
I thought 'electronics' _was_ an instrument.

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Date:    Mon, 10 May 1999 18:16:55 +0800
From:    KEYES CHRISTOPHER 
Subject: Purchase RadioBaton?

Does by chance anyone know how I can purchase one of Max Mathew's
RadioBaton?

Christopher Keyes
Hong Kong Baptist University

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Date:    Mon, 10 May 1999 11:20:39 +0000
From:    Michael Kieslinger 
Subject: Re: MAX Digest - 8 May 1999 to 9 May 1999 (#1999-141)

>I've got at PowerMac 4400 and I want to work with MSP. Is there anybody
with
>experience?

I have worked with the 4400(160 MHZ) before and didn't have any problems.
The only drawback is it's slow processor. But if you keep your programms
small it should be no big problem.

michael

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Computer Related Design
Royal College of Art, London

tel: +44 171 590 4444 (ext. 4299)
e-mail: m.kieslinger2@rca.ac.uk
http://www.crd.rca.ac.uk/~michaelk
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Date:    Mon, 10 May 1999 11:30:00 -0400
From:    Neal Farwell 
Subject: Re: SMPTE without hardware

Thanks Alex and Garry

My "ideal" solution here would be a small, free-standing background app.
that looks at the audio in, adds a user offset time, and feeds MTC to an
OMS IAC buss. It would cope with dropouts in the audio. And a "stripe" mode
would output SMPTE from a given start time on the audio outs.

The present application is for concert playback of sound/video works, where
the picture is good but the (analogue)sound-on-videotape is bad (which is
the case with U-matic). So replace it with timecode, and play the sound
from a powerbook, without needing any extra hardware... But then it could
be useful to make a programatic response to the timecode in MAX...

In principle the core could be just a MAX object? (without MSP - I'm
thinking of  3rd party objects like AiffPlayer). Or if it needs MSP (DO
keep going on the FSK thing, Alex!), how big a footprint would a MaxMSPPlay
version take?

I'll do some experiments with the MSP, SC demo versions I have.

Neal

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Date:    Mon, 10 May 1999 18:51:47 +0200
From:    Thomas Seelig 
Subject: Re: highpass filter

Hi Rob, is this ok for you ?

max v2;
#N vpatcher 27 42 609 491;
#P message 498 112 31 1376265 clear;
#N comlet out (sig);
#P outlet 62 331 15 0;
#N comlet in (sig);
#P inlet 62 101 15 0;
#P newex 169 267 155 1376265 expr $f2*(1.-(sqrt(2.)*$f1)+($f1*$f1));
#P newex 162 238 104 1376265 expr 2.*$f2*($f1*$f1-1.);
#P newex 110 238 32 1376265 * -2.;
#N comlet f (float \, [Hz]);
#P inlet 281 96 15 0;
#P newex 314 181 152 1376265 expr 1./(1.+(sqrt(2.)*$f1)+($f1*$f1));
#P flonum 281 120 45 9 1 22050 3 21;
#P newex 432 78 45 1376265 loadbang;
#P newex 432 109 52 1376265 dspstate~;
#P newex 281 145 128 1376265 expr tan(3.14159265*$f1/$f2);
#P newex 62 299 79 1376265 biquad~;
#P comment 144 299 328 1376265 Butterworth Highpass \, found in: Dodge \,
Jerse - Computer Music: Synthesis \, Composition and Performing \, Second
Edition \, Schirmer Books \, ISBN 28646826 \, p. 215;
#P comment 326 121 19 1376265 Hz;
#P comment 245 121 35 1376265 Cutoff;
#P comment 411 146 13 1376265 c;
#P comment 468 183 33 1376265 a0 \, a2;
#P comment 298 96 32 1376265 f [Hz];
#P comment 142 241 18 1376265 a1;
#P comment 268 240 16 1376265 b1;
#P comment 329 269 17 1376265 b2;
#P comment 79 102 42 196617 audio in;
#P fasten 20 0 10 0 67 292 67 292;
#P fasten 22 0 10 0 503 292 67 292;
#P connect 10 0 21 0;
#P fasten 15 0 10 1 319 207 80 207;
#P fasten 17 0 10 2 115 261 93 261;
#P fasten 15 0 10 3 319 207 106 207;
#P fasten 15 0 17 0 319 207 115 207;
#P fasten 18 0 10 4 167 262 119 262;
#P fasten 19 0 10 5 174 288 132 288;
#P fasten 11 0 18 0 286 232 167 232;
#P fasten 11 0 19 0 286 262 174 262;
#P fasten 15 0 18 1 319 207 261 207;
#P connect 16 0 14 0;
#P connect 14 0 11 0;
#P fasten 11 0 15 0 286 172 319 172;
#P fasten 15 0 19 1 319 207 319 207;
#P fasten 12 1 11 1 451 138 404 138;
#P connect 13 0 12 0;
#P fasten 13 0 22 0 437 102 503 102;
#P pop;

Greetings

Thomas Seelig

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seelig@gigant.kgw.tu-berlin.de
Fax: +49 30 325 81 66

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Date:    Mon, 10 May 1999 21:02:48 +0800
From:    sven erga 
Subject: Audiowerk8 problem

Hello all!
Ive tried the MSP ASIOdriver which can be found on Cyclings support
page with an audiowerk8 card. I have also put the ASIO driver for
audiowerk in its own ASIO Drivers folder. I then get the message that
the buffer size for the MSP Asiodriver is too small (4096Kb), and the
mac is going into Sound Manager mode..
What am I doing wrong? I downloaded the Audiowerk ASIO driver from
Emagic in Germany. Can it be a wrong version? Please help me!

--
Sven Erga
Sound Dpt.
NationalTheatret
Johanne Dybwads Plass 1
0161 Oslo, Norge

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