• beem

    brand new netpd forum: https://untalk.netpd.org/

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  • beem

    This would be so good! SOMEBODY do it!

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  • beem

    @oscarsantis maybe have a look at netpd which is based around doing this. it connects any computers taking part to the same server.

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  • beem

    a few people who have joined Netpd sessions have asked about how to adapt their patches to work within the system...
    according to the git page:

    • Create your own instrument by typing '/new mysupersynth' into
      unpatch's symbol box. A new instrument named 'mysupersynth'
      shows up in unpatch's instrument list. Edit mysupersynth.pd and
      save it. You might want to check existing instruments to get an
      idea of how to cook your own instrument. There will be section
      about this topic on http://www.netpd.org/docs .
      NOTE: instruments belong to netpd/instruments, their abstractions to
      netpd/instruments/abs.

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  • beem

    @Jona It is a collection of pd instruments, sequencers and effects that are synchronised/mirrored across the remote machines. It is possible to stream live audio within it as well with the 'evil' instrument.

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  • beem

    @beem I was being too hasty - there are still a few externals
    check the readme
    !

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  • beem

    @EEight no it's 'slip'
    sorry

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  • beem

    @beem Now you can just drop netpd into documents/pd or wherever and it should be 'plug and play'-ish... :)

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  • beem

    @EEight No need for all that!
    (I added an edit to that post once I realised I had been using an old version!)

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  • beem

    NEW RELEASE : NetPd 2.2 out now... https://www.netpd.org/Download (get netpd+instruments package for a quick start)

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