Subject: [ecasound] Re: [alsa-user] Re: [linux-audio-dev] Theater Sound FX with Linux [was Re: playingthree sources at one time]
Date: Mon Jul 24 2000 - 10:44:30 EEST
I think that pd (pure data) or jMax could be the solution, they are Max-
To start a sample "on visual cue" simply add a button to your patch
starting a soundfile reader or a sample player (inside pd or jMax) and
presto.. you have done.
I used this approach for a theatre work three weeks ago (I used pd) and
it worked very very well...
You could even use a sensor to trigger the 'scenes'...
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> Date : Mon, 24 Jul 2000 09:40:04 +0200
> Subject : Re: [alsa-user] Re: [linux-audio-dev] Theater Sound FX with
Linux [was Re: playingthree sources at one time]
> > but i think the problem is that you must be able to start a sample
> > "on visual cue", i.e. you don't know in advance when it's going to
> > happen.
> > is there anyway to do this with ecasound ?
> Not with the current interfaces. You'd either have to code a new
> ecasound interface (specifically for this purpose), or perhaps better,
> use other apps. As I see it, you could either use a sampler
> (SoundTracker is already usable for this), or use a soundserver like
> aRts to mix individual samples.
> Kai Vehmanen <email@example.com> ----------------- CS, University of Turku .
> . audio software for linux ... http://www.eca.cx
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