These studies were created using just PD, and what you are listening was recorded directly from it, with no added EQ or effects.
This a library of general abstractions for PureData. Includes things like:
-Various filters and biquad coefficient generators.
-Complex math operators.
-File browser (only tested on OSX, likely won’t work on Windows).
-A nice, flexible spectrogram.
-Interactive waveform display.
-State-saving/preset management stuff.
-Compressor and distortion effects.
…and a few other things.
I believe most of these are vanilla-friendly, but to use the entire library you will need Pd-extended 0.42.5 or later (haven’t tested earlier versions).
Also, sorry for all the “.mmb”s added to the end of everything. I did that before I found out about namespaces and was just releasing individual abstractions here and there. And I’ve been too lazy to fix them all.
Welcome to ElectroAcoustic Tools (EAT)!
EAT is a new set of abstractions for composition and diffusion that are currently under development in Pure Data Extended. EAT is accessible for preliminary educative use, but it also embraces the advanced functionality that Pd can provide for digital signal processing effects and spatialisation.
EAT has a modular architecture with instance specific MIDI and parameter preset functionality to drive open ended applications. EAT may be differentiated from pre-existing abstraction packages by its accessibility, dynamic patching, and flexible multi-point panning behaviours.
EAT (beta) currently supports Pd-extended 0.42.5 on OS X, Windows, and Linux, available from puredata.info.
Testing has predominantly been under OS X 10.6, with some under Ubuntu 10, but feedback on all platforms is widely encouraged.
Get the latest EAT version for your platform on the Downloads page.
UPCOMING EAT PRESENTATION
First experiments on my audiovisual system.
Return to the minimum.
(Cover Painting by Giovanna Parera Apaza)
After much time listening to jazz, jazz-rock, rock, beethoven, contemporary music, etc. I was tired.
I no longer listen to music.
But one day came to my ears Morton Feldman, Messiaen and Cage and I revived.
I need to get back to the minimum as an exercise to avoid the existential void.
(every version as a code folder)