[linux-audio-dev] modular sequencing environment/synth // any projects to dig in?

Tim Blechmann TimBlechmann at gmx.net
Sat Jul 8 09:01:52 UTC 2006

hi all,

> On Wed, Jul 05, 2006 at 09:05:36PM +0200, Niklas Kl?gel wrote:
> > wow, thanks! I am going to look into the source of the projects the
> > next days, currently pnpd triggers most of my attention.

thanks ...

> are there any plans to make pnpd compatible with pd patches?
> that would be reeeeally good IMHO. at least *some* layer of
> compatibility that could support documentation and examples.

well, pd and pnpd won't be completely compatible, the syntax will be
very similar, although some aspects are handled differently...
but in any case, i'll write a pd-to-pnpd patch converter, that will
handle most of the differences, but not all ... 

however i must say, pnpd is in a very early stage of development, it
contains only a handful of objects and is missing a usable user
interface ... christian klippel's karma will become a qt gui client, but
currently they are not able to communicate ...

i'll create a mailinglist about the pnpd project in the next few days,
if some people are interested to subscribe, please drop me a line ...

cheers ... tim

tim at klingt.org    ICQ: 96771783

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