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* If you are using Pd, save the series of patches for Pd [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/courses/250a/workshop/pd_lecture.zip pd_lecture.zip] to your computer and uncompress them.
 
* If you are using Pd, save the series of patches for Pd [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/courses/250a/workshop/pd_lecture.zip pd_lecture.zip] to your computer and uncompress them.
  
* Start up Pd.
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* Start up Pd. (For help doing this in Linux on the CCRMA network, see [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/courses/250a/lectures/pd/ this page].)
  
 
* Read and try the patches.
 
* Read and try the patches.
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* Look at the links for Pd on the [http://cm-wiki.stanford.edu/wiki/PID_Links PID Links] page.
 
* Look at the links for Pd on the [http://cm-wiki.stanford.edu/wiki/PID_Links PID Links] page.
  
== STK ==
 
Recently, [http://megrimm.net/software/PeRColate-OSX-Intel-10.5/ PeRColate was compiled again for Pd for OS X].  If all else fails, [[Stk2pd]] should work for Linux or OS X.
 
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The names of the STK objects in STk2pd are as follows:
 
* BandedWG~
 
* BeeThree~ (See note)
 
* BlowBottle~
 
* BlowHole~
 
* Bowed~
 
* Brass~
 
* Clarinet~
 
* Flute~
 
* FMVoices~ (See note)
 
* HevyMetl~ (See note)
 
* Mandolin~ (See note)
 
* ModalBar~
 
* Moog~ (See note)
 
* PercFlut~
 
* Plucked~
 
* Resonate~
 
* Rhodey~ (See note)
 
* Saxofony~
 
* Shakers~
 
* Simple~ (See note)
 
* Sitar~
 
* StifKarp~
 
* TubeBell~ (See note)
 
* VoicForm~ (See note)
 
* Whistle~
 
* Wurley~  (See note)
 
  
  

Latest revision as of 08:58, 22 September 2010

We demonstrate sound synthesis using a series of patches.

  • If you are using Pd, save the series of patches for Pd pd_lecture.zip to your computer and uncompress them.
  • Start up Pd. (For help doing this in Linux on the CCRMA network, see this page.)
  • Read and try the patches.
  • Look through further example patches: In Pd, the examples can be found in the 'Help' Menu.
  • Look at the links for Pd on the PID Links page.



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