Syncing visuals to music with Web Audio
by Felix Turner
by Felix Turner
The library is also available for Max/MSP: https://cycling74.com/toolbox/hoalibrary-v2-2/#.V6lvoZMrIcg
Control Cuemix remotely using TouchOSC
How to set up the client side of the remote radio system.
(under construction) patches have not been uploaded to github
This client works with the sever described in the previous post. We are running a MacBook Pro OSx 10.11.4. with the following:
Install and set up LogMein Hamachi. It is free, for a limited number of computers. Set up a Hamachi server on both the server and client. It should look something like this:
We are using Soundjack VOIP. It is also free. Use the following parameters on the client side.
You can ignore the rest of the settings, since we are not sending audio. Most of the configuration is done on the server side.
We are using several patches, depending on which hardware controllers you are using. Make sure that the hardware controllers are connected before opening Max.
After the max patches are loaded, you should be able to control the radio using the UI and the CDJ-101 controller. The red Mixer button in the upper right corner of the Launchpad should be lit.
to be continued…
“Re-order Max patchers on the fly without interruptions.”
Download patch: http://leafcutterjohn.com/?p=1778
by AGF at Dubspot
Open source audio editor.
By James Crook at aosabook.org
Sound analysis/synthesis tools for music applications
By Music Technology Group at Universitat Pompeu Fabra
(update: So far, the tools are painfully slow under Macports. Ubuntu performance is way faster.)
These tools are used in: Audio Signal Processing for Music Applications by Prof Xavier Serra, Prof Julius O Smith, III. Sms-tools was designed to run in Ubuntu Linux. After many failed attempts, it is now running in Mac OS 10.9 using macports. Although the performance is better way better using Ubuntu – on the same Macbook.
I had tried using Anaconda – but ran into problems installing pygame.
Assuming that you already know how to install macports. Then install all the python modules described at the sms-tools github page. The macports versions of the modules are prefixed by py27- , For example:
also used: sudo easy_install cython
After installing all of the modules, then clone the sms-tools repository and recompile the Cython functions. You will get a screen full of warnings – but it shouldn’t matter.
AM, FM, and SSB demodulation.
main patch: pdmodem.pd