[plt-scheme] support for sound or interfaces to sound software

From: Tim Hanson (tbhanson at gmx.de)
Date: Sat Jun 17 06:35:01 EDT 2006

Have people followed up on any of these ideas?

I'd be interested (as a developer/putzer/hobby-teacher) in answers to the
question originally posted. (here, I think:
    http://list.cs.brown.edu/pipermail/plt-scheme/2006-April/012613.html )

I'd also be willing to contribute, to the extent I'm capable. (to date I
have only used PLT stuff and developed a few things in it; I am almost
wholly ignorant of how to compile/build it or write extensions for it. How
does one boot oneself up in those areas? Are there "how to"s? Does one need
to corner a guru for a few hours or days? Teach oneself?)


Tim Hanson

Am 5/1/06 6:09 AM schrieb "Rohan Drape" unter <rd at slavepianos.org>:

>> I bet you could build enough of a binding to OSC in an
>> afternoon:
>>   http://www.cnmat.berkeley.edu/OpenSoundControl/
>>   http://www.opensoundcontrol.org/
>> and then you could driver Supercollider, or MAX, or
>> whatever.
> There is a PLT package 'rsc' to work with SuperCollider at:
>    http://slavepianos.org/rd/
> As well as an OSC implementation and functions to mirror the scsynth
> command set it can write the bytecode UGen graph format read by
> SuperCollider, so only scsynth is required (not sclang).
> Regards,
> Rohan
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