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thanks for the suggestions, I'm gonna check them out.
there's also openframeworks that seems to work on linux, and there's
'still' processing. all I need is to spend some time on learning, I guess..=
@ Will Godfrey
what you don't understand? my description or the music?
On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 6:45 PM, Michal Seta wrote:
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thanks for the suggestions, I'm gonna c=
heck them out.there's also openframeworks that seems to work =
on linux, and there's 'still' processing. all I need is to spen=
d some time on learning, I guess...
@ Will Godfreywhat you don't understand? my descrip=
tion or the music?On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 6:45 PM, Michal Seta <mis@artengin=
On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 3:=
42 PM, Dj=C3=A9ho Youn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
some reasonable API (of c=
ourse, on linux)
You may want to look at http://www.spinframework.org/
I am not sure what the future of this syst=
em is going to be because the development has slowed down considerably, som=
ething else may emerge but the beauty of it is that you can build and contr=
ol your scenes with OSC. I have used it for some of my own projects and par=
ticipated in some projects that use it.
It takes a little bit getting used to,=
there is no editing environment, it's all done with OSC but that shoul=
dn't stop you from giving it a spin (pun intended).
Forget the Ubuntu packages because they have not been updated in a while, i=
t's probably better to build it from source but unfortunately the sourc=
e server seems to be down today :(http://code.sat.qc.ca/spinframework
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