[linux-audio-user] Re: tapiir
ico at fuse.net
Mon Dec 8 20:16:30 EST 2003
I would also second Fernando's encouragement to use OSC since that way
more inter-app communication will be possible, something that we really
need amidst all these diverse software packages that unfortunately often
offer very little interoperability.
Ivica Ico Bukvic, composer & multimedia sculptor
> -----Original Message-----
> From: linux-audio-user-bounces at music.columbia.edu [mailto:linux-audio-
> user-bounces at music.columbia.edu] On Behalf Of Fernando Pablo
> Sent: Monday, December 08, 2003 6:17 PM
> To: A list for linux audio users
> Cc: PD-list; Maarten De Boer
> Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: tapiir
> > Quoting Maarten De Boer <mdeboer at iua.upf.es>:
> > > > I think espcially OSC would be *very* interesting for Tapiir,
> > > > considering how easy it may become to use Linux sound apps under
> > > > X in the future.
> > >
> > > I am not familiar with OSC. netsend might be easier. What kind of
> > > does it take?
> > Netsend and netreceive are paired objects in PD, usually used for
> > remote machines, and capable of transporting TCP or UDP messages.
> Netsend takes
> > an message of "connect hostname portnumber", which I suppose could
> made a
> > localhost and a port in Tapiir.
> > I still think it would be worthwhile to use OSC, as it is a
> > allowing communications with many more apps than PD. But it could
> > here] be a bit more work.
> It would be great if the solution is not specific to Pd (nothing
> a Pd solution as well, of course). I can think of other programs that
> could benefit from "remote control" of presets (hint: freqtweak!).
> -- Fernando
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