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hackbarth
Hi all,

Just a quick note to say that a new version of my concatenative synthesis software, AudioGuide, is online for download.  It is written in python but only works on OSX at the moment.  It uses csound for rendering and outputs many different types of files for interacting with different programs.

http://www.benhackbarth.com/audioGuide/release.html

Please sign up to the release mailing list in the above link for future updates.  A GUI is in the works :)

Best, Ben
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Re: [Csnd] AudioGuide1.2

rorywalsh
Congrats Ben. This look interesting. I may wait for the GUI though before I give it a whirl! 

On 6 May 2017 at 18:51, hackbarth <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

Just a quick note to say that a new version of my concatenative synthesis
software, AudioGuide, is online for download.  It is written in python but
only works on OSX at the moment.  It uses csound for rendering and outputs
many different types of files for interacting with different programs.

http://www.benhackbarth.com/audioGuide/release.html

Please sign up to the release mailing list in the above link for future
updates.  A GUI is in the works :)

Best, Ben



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Re: [Csnd] AudioGuide1.2

moguillansky
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Dear Ben,

I see you are using pysdif. As its author, please be aware that it is
released under the GPL. In your project there are some ircam components for
which no source code is provided (ircamdescriptor). Could you include this
code in the tarball?

Thanks!
Eduardo Moguillansky

On Samstag, 6. Mai 2017 19:51:28 CEST, hackbarth wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Just a quick note to say that a new version of my concatenative synthesis
> software, AudioGuide, is online for download.  It is written in python but
> only works on OSX at the moment.  It uses csound for rendering and outputs
> many different types of files for interacting with different programs.
>
> http://www.benhackbarth.com/audioGuide/release.html
>
> Please sign up to the release mailing list in the above link for future
> updates.  A GUI is in the works :)
>
> Best, Ben
>
>
>
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Re: [Csnd] AudioGuide1.2

hackbarth
Hi Eduardo,

Thanks for your work on pysdif!  Its a great tool :)

I'm using pysdif code downloaded from pypi in 2012, which is licensed as BSD (as is indicated both on the pypi site as well as in the code itself).  https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pysdif/0.1.4

It seems that, at some point after 2013, the license changed to GPL but it is difficult to for me to tell when this happened from the git repo page, which is more recent.  I would suggest incrementing the version of your software so that users can tell the difference between the GPL version and the BSD version.

Best,
Ben
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Re: [Csnd] AudioGuide1.2

Steven Yi
Hi Ben,

I'm a little late, but just wanted to say thanks very much for the
release! It's very inspiring work indeed. I'll be very curious to see
what GUI you develop for this.

All best!
steven

On Tue, May 9, 2017 at 6:47 AM, hackbarth <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Eduardo,
>
> Thanks for your work on pysdif!  Its a great tool :)
>
> I'm using pysdif code downloaded from pypi in 2012, which is licensed as BSD
> (as is indicated both on the pypi site as well as in the code itself).
> https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pysdif/0.1.4
>
> It seems that, at some point after 2013, the license changed to GPL but it
> is difficult to for me to tell when this happened from the git repo page,
> which is more recent.  I would suggest incrementing the version of your
> software so that users can tell the difference between the GPL version and
> the BSD version.
>
> Best,
> Ben
>
>
>
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[Csnd] converting midi to channel messages for android csound

Brian Redfern-2
Hi everyone,
I'm working on a new app for android, while midi isn't directly supporting within the csd as android has no midi support at the level of the csound api for android, I'm wondering if I can feasibly capture midi from the java side and turn those into channel messages on the fly to enable midi control of my new android app?
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Re: [Csnd] converting midi to channel messages for android csound

Michael Gogins-2
There is a JavaScript MIDI interface in HTML5 depending on your
browser and device. So if you use HTML5 in your app you may be able to
receive MIDI and send it on to Csound via JavaScript.

To see if your gizmo supports it go here:

https://airtightinteractive.com/demos/webmiditest/

Chrome 58 on my computer supports it, and it also appears to be
supported on my tablet, but I don't have the cable I would need to do
a real test for the tablet.

Regards,
Mike

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On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 12:57 PM, Brian Redfern <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I'm working on a new app for android, while midi isn't directly supporting
> within the csd as android has no midi support at the level of the csound api
> for android, I'm wondering if I can feasibly capture midi from the java side
> and turn those into channel messages on the fly to enable midi control of my
> new android app?
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Re: [Csnd] converting midi to channel messages for android csound

Steven Yi
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I don't see any reason why you couldn't process MIDI messages and use
SetChannel to pass values over the channel bus. It's probably a good
way to go as you could use the same CSD and send values from MIDI,
OSC, or any other data source. If you have the channel pointer cached,
it would be reasonably efficient too.

On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 12:57 PM, Brian Redfern <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I'm working on a new app for android, while midi isn't directly supporting
> within the csd as android has no midi support at the level of the csound api
> for android, I'm wondering if I can feasibly capture midi from the java side
> and turn those into channel messages on the fly to enable midi control of my
> new android app?
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Re: [Csnd] converting midi to channel messages for android csound

Dave Seidel
This has been my practice with OSC lately as well: handle the OSC traffic and data manipulation in a Python wrapper, just use global control variables in the CSD.

On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 1:59 PM, Steven Yi <[hidden email]> wrote:
I don't see any reason why you couldn't process MIDI messages and use
SetChannel to pass values over the channel bus. It's probably a good
way to go as you could use the same CSD and send values from MIDI,
OSC, or any other data source. If you have the channel pointer cached,
it would be reasonably efficient too.

On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 12:57 PM, Brian Redfern <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm working on a new app for android, while midi isn't directly supporting
> within the csd as android has no midi support at the level of the csound api
> for android, I'm wondering if I can feasibly capture midi from the java side
> and turn those into channel messages on the fly to enable midi control of my
> new android app?
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