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A Swiss-knife mixer for PD-guerrilla soldiersIntroduction
This nice but internally messy (it is messy not (Lionel) Messi, Dear Watson!) patch becomes a very useful tool when you have to design last-minute sound applications. If you have courage and if you don’t open the patch you will believe that it contains:
- 4 channel mixer reachable through [throw~ busN] objects or through direct links
- A simple recorder.
- Pan, Vol, mute and all this sort of sound thing
- DSP switcher
- Test tone
- A direct-mic recorder
- and others things
Things you need
- Find the abstractions at Slib library: (http://navedacodex.tumblr.com/slib)
- Pure data Extended (Elementary, my dear Watson!)
- I am assuming you know how to deal with PD.
I’ve used it for several experiments and applications. Sometimes I have the impression it eats a lot of CPU, but I still have to test this issue.
Just make your sound and send the stream through [throw~ bus1] (or bus2, or 3 or 4). Check the volume, set a length for the recording and press record.
See the help file and abstraction for more info.
Let me know if you use it! If you know other similar approaches, post here!
Random glitch experimentation with puredata, a small bit of postproduction EQing etc done to make it a lil’ nicer :>
Gawd I love building patches!