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Saturday, 25 September 2010

Daniel Mayer: miSCellaneoud lib

still liveblogging the SC symposium

His libs. VarGui: multi-slider gui. HS (HelpSynth) HSPar and related.

LFO-like control fo synths, generated by Pbinds

Can be discrete or continuous - a perceptual thing in the interval size.

Discrete control can be moved towards continuous by shortening the control interval.

Overview

Can do direct LFO control. Pbind-generated synths that read from or write to control busses.

Or you can do new values per event, which is language only or put synth values in a Pbind.

Pbind generated synths

Write a synthdef that reads from a bus. Write a synth that writes to a bus. Make a bus. Make a Pbind

Pbind(
 \instrument, \A1,
 \dor, 0.5,
 \pitchBus, c
)

Ok, w his lib, make a sequence of durations. Starts the synths. Get the values at the intervals with defined latency. The values are sent back to the language, which has more latency. Then you have a bunch of values that you can use. If you play audio with it, there is yet another layer of latency.

h = HS(s, {/* usegn graph*/});

p = PHS(h, [], 0.15 [ /*usual Pbind def*/ ]).play

. . .
p.stop; // just stops the PHS
p.stop(true); // also stops the HS

or

// normal synth
..
.
.

(
p = PHS(h, [], 0.2, [/* pdind list*/]).play(c, q)

PHS is a PHelp Synth *new (helpSynth, helpSynthArgs, dur1, pbdindData1 . . .durN, pbindDataN)

PHSuse has a clock

PHSpar switches between two patterns.

(I do not understand why you would do this instead of just use a Pbind? Apparently, a this is widely used, so I assume there exists a compelling reason.)

download it from http://www.daniel-mayer.at

Ah, apparently, the advantage is that you can easily connect ugens to patterns, as input sources w the s.getSharedContol(0)

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