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    @royal_orchestra interesting! I am using alfaloop (http://www.pdpatchrepo.info/patches/patch/155) but if you care to share your approach please do!

    Cheers~

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    I won't add a cookie banner thing, it's stupid the web is stateless... this forum needs cookie so that you can browse it (only a session cookie is used here). I won't add a page for the GDPR with a small checkbox "I agree" when registering. All the info including your email stays here. If you want to be forgotten just delete your account.

    Cheers~

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    @nicnut See this:
    https://forum.pdpatchrepo.info/topic/9581/using-pd-ctlin

    You can use -nogui when starting your pd~ patch if you don't need gui.

    Cheers~

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    @LarsXI just for me?! thank you so much for sharing your work! not using the vst version but the pd patch directly. wonderful indeed.

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    @Jona Sphinx, not sure it is still availabe or not:
    http://probing.wikidot.com/sphinx3-to-pure-data
    Last blog post from 2017, looks alive: https://cmusphinx.github.io/

    I coded a gui to another speech recognition toolkit (mainly for japanase language) (with OSC):
    http://www.workinprogress.ca/software/kiku/about/


    this one using https://github.com/julius-speech/julius

    Cheers~

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    @Jona Very interesting! I was and still interested in speech recognition in pd. 10 years ago, I did this:

    I was trying to sound like a native english speaker, very funny to hear myself talking this way, and not being able to say three properly.

    Cheers~

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    @nicnut Here's how I use it

    pd.png

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    Exactly, you need to split your main patch in multiple patches: main (trying to be around 80% of a single core), FX (for example) also around 80% (on second core), etc... you get the idea.

    There's a trick btw to send midi to pd~ I don't recall exactly what was it, but poke me if you need that too.

    Cheers~

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    @domien Excellent stuff! Can you describe what pd is doing exactly in this jam?

    Cheers~

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    Good question! But if it's like their last piece (Egregore) it's all pd dsp with gem. Looks like shaders are involve ?

    Egregore:

    Big fan of chdh.

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    I fixed a seaboard for a friend and I'm lucky he gave it to me. And now I want to use it in pd... Anyone did the bridge? Will take a look at the patch (thanks @formuls for sharing it).

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    @jancsika it works! very very cool.

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    @jancsika Sorry, not asking you to build it for me, but since I'm on Ubuntu 18.04 I have 1 missing deps (libgls2), I am currently too busy to compile Purr Data.

    Will get back to you.

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    @jancsika I have a feeling that this feature request won't be that useful:

    • expensive gear (well got my surface pro 3 running ubuntu for 500$ CAD);
    • using built-in pd GUI for live performance not for everybody (and also limited);
    • found a very interesting alternative called open stage control; *

    If others pders are interested then we can buy you a surface, I would definitely chip in ;p

    Open stage control
    Here's a GUI that I made in 15 minutes yesterday. Works on mobile too (open stage control create a http server).

    osc.png

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    Control surface, exposing my patch for multitouch. Normally I am using mobmuplat for android.

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    http://chdh.net/deciban

    "Deciban" is chdh's new audiovisual performance where sound and visual shapes emerge from noise. On the screen, a video noise similar to the "snow" of old analog TVs fills the entire space. This hypnotic material, accompanied by its sound alter ego, is animated and set in motion by forces controlled in real time by two performers using laptops.

    The noise acquires a structure, a topology, patterns. Shapes emerge, visual and sound movements appear. The public loose himself in the perception of this world full of illusions. In Deciban, phenomena are drowned in a noise universe: noise is information.

    Inspired by Claude Shannon’s information theory, Deciban is a research on the perception of digital generated noise that aims to propose a new type of synaesthetic experience.

    Extracts from a live performance @ Le Cube Issy Les Moulineaux / 29 nov 2018

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    @jancsika Super, thanks for brainstorming on this. Looks a bit complex! Let's wait to see if more people ask for it.

    In the meantime, I will look for alternative (no idea right now if anyone can suggest a multitouch software for basic GUI (slider, button, toggle etc) with OSC (or any output protocol)...

    Cheers~

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    I have a Surface Pro 3 (very neat device when running linux btw). Pure data runs wonderfully, but lacks the multitouch capabilities. I was wondering if Purr data could be tweak more easily to support this?

    Thanks

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