thanks to the excellent pd documentation out there and lots of hand
holding by friendly pd gurus on this list and elsewhere, here's my
humble take at creating a theatre cue player with pd that does what i
need... all the heavy lifting is done by august black's excellent
readanysf~, thanks for making this tool available!
CueFrog is designed to be multi-instance capable, so you can create as
many decks as your machine can handle, and makes use of lots of
send/receive ports to simulate some kind of object-oriented
encapsulation stuff, based on my (limited) understanding of a
it's documented, so you should get it going in no time. i'm sure there
are many quirks there, and i found out it's very easy to create race
conditions in pd, so no warranties :)
comments and suggestions for improvements are most welcome.
i have a vbap-based panning automation in the works (which has already
been used live at a theatre festival), but the code is in
oh-my-good-tomorrow-is-dress-rehearsal shape, so forgive me for
withholding it another month or so.
and before you ask: frogs are cute. and when the director makes me jump,
i need tools that jump along :-D
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