Subject: MAX Digest - 8 Jun 1999 to 9 Jun 1999 (#1999-173)
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 1999 00:00:24 -0400
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There are 6 messages totalling 189 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Karplus-Strong
  2. cd (2)
  3. sensors
  4. THE BRAIN PEOPLE FEEDBACK
  5. ptIII 882/20 and MSP

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Date:Wed, 9 Jun 1999 09:33:12 +0100
From:Vincent Puig <Vincent.Puig@IRCAM.FR>
Subject: Karplus-Strong

There is one comprehensive Karplus-Strong application in the IRCAM Forum
MSP application pack called MEKS. Check at www.ircam.fr/mspor
www.ircam.fr/forumor contact admin-forum@ircam.fr. You may only get
answers next week since we are in the middle of our Festival.

>Date:Tue, 8 Jun 1999 00:16:16 -0400
>From:
Neal Farwell <nfarwell@FAS.HARVARD.EDU>
>Subject: Karplus-Strong ?
>
>Dear All
>
>How would I make a classic Karplus-Strong resonator in MSP (short delay
>line, feeding back via a low-pass filter)? Tapin/tapout works but has a
>maximum fundamental of 689 Hz (at 44100 sampling, vectors size 64). Delay~
>can't feed back, nor can comb~ except internally (and unfiltered).
>
>I'm probably missing something obvious... please point me to a suitable
>example patch or archive.
>
>Thanks
>
>Neal
>=========================================
>Neal Farwell
>
>Visiting Fellow in Composition
>
>Music Department
>Harvard University
>Cambridge MA 02138
>
>(617) 591-9478
>
>nfarwell@fas.harvard.edu
>
>http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~nfarwell
>=========================================

Vincent Puig
IRCAM
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75004 Paris
France


Tel: 01 44 78 49 59
Fax: 01 44 78 15 40
email : puig@ircam.fr

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Date:Wed, 9 Jun 1999 11:23:56 +0100
From:David Prior <djp552@ISDUGP.BHAM.AC.UK>
Subject: cd

I did a project last year using multiple external CD's. The cd object
can cope with this provided they are all SCSI drives. There is another
object you can download (cd 2 ?) which talks to IDE drives but I couldn't
work out a way of making the two objects work together - it was one or
the other. If your internal drive is IDE, then you will need the new cd
object to access it anyway.

David Prior

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Date:Wed, 9 Jun 1999 09:35:12 -0400
From:Neal Farwell <nfarwell@FAS.HARVARD.EDU>
Subject: sensors

Dear All -

I've collated some information on sensors-to-MIDI approaches:

http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~nfarwell/sensors_interactive.html

There'll be some overlap with other sites, but I hope this is useful.
I'd value your comments.

Neal

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Date:Wed, 9 Jun 1999 14:20:32 -0400
From:Tommy DOG <mrsvomit@TOMMYDOG.COM>
Subject: THE BRAIN PEOPLE FEEDBACK

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Further transmissions may follow.

My Beast,
Rev. Tommy DOG Prinz


"Do what whou wilt shall be the whole of the law"


"Death To The Dumb, Curses Upon The Heads Of The Weird"
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http://www.tommydog.com/

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Date:Wed, 9 Jun 1999 21:24:23 +0200
From:Werner Funk <werner.funk@T-ONLINE.DE>
Subject: Re: ptIII 882/20 and MSP

A.J.Moore@SHEFFIELD.AC.UK wrote:

> I currently run MSP on my AMIII cardand it works really well.
> I am about to purchase a full PTIII system with the 882/20 interface.
> I am keen to find out if people have been using max/msp with
> multiple in/out interfaces - esp. reliability and support


Works really fine. You just have to put the

Direct I/O MSP Audiodriver

in your Max folder and use a

dac~ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8=20

for output. Happy Maxing!

Sch=F6ne Gr=FC=DFe von der Cannstatter Altenburg!
Werner Funk

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Date:Wed, 9 Jun 1999 18:08:54 -0400
From:Shamus McConney <mcconney@UFL.EDU>
Subject: Re: cd

Thought I'd add this about the thing with the cd object. You can't control
2 CD's that are exactly the same,I think this is actually more of a
bug in
the quicktime interface then the cd object. I ran into this on two separate
project that I was involved in. We ended up adding a second or twoof
dead
time onto the end of the last track of the CD's we were using and bingo
problem
solved.

Good luck with it

Shamus McConney

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