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PD stuff by PSC by Patrick Coulombe — last modified 2011-01-26 08:15 AM
XY-Controller Abstraction by B. Bogart — last modified 2007-05-06 08:47 PM
XY-Controller is a PD abstraction that uses acceleration to smoothly interpolate from one position to the next. It can be cascaded so that you run multiple controllers together, giving you control over more than two dimentions.
Abstractions for Pd/Gem by B. Bogart — last modified 2007-05-06 08:47 PM
This is a collection of a few abstractions that get me through the day in pd/Gem I've also included the beta release of my v_ Gem GOPs including a film looper, on-the-fly geometry switching, color, rotation and scale, all with nifty smooth acceleration. Should work on all platforms w/ 0.87 and higher, requires zexy.
pd/Gem Abstractions v0.3 by B. Bogart — last modified 2007-05-06 08:47 PM
Requires Gem, Zexy, prepend and OSCx
pd/Gem Abstractions by B. Bogart — last modified 2007-05-06 08:47 PM
including beta v_ with OSC hooks! version .2
birds use stars by Marcus Estes — last modified 2007-05-06 08:47 PM
This was my first complex pd patch (written under the guide of Mike Solberg), and I used it to peform live for a handful of people in the back of a bar in Athens, GA. Please feel free to use it to perform yourself, or anything else you may want to do with it. It sounds like birds using stars.
Oddible's PureData Home Page by Oddible — last modified 2007-01-03 09:13 AM
Oddible's PD Samples
Loopool 63 by Tim Blechmann — last modified 2007-05-06 08:47 PM
loopool is a collection of pd-works by oliver AT and dieb13 AT and has been extended by timblechmann AT an older version can be found at have fun with it...
PDSender by Paul Fournier — last modified 2006-09-05 03:06 PM
A tiny Perl script for sending data to PD through sockets.
::: raul diaz pd site ::: by raul diaz poblete — last modified 2007-05-06 09:24 PM
Raul's personal pd site. Contain some pd patches and related documentation. Any suggestion or constructive comments are welcomed:
HQ9 by IOhannes m zmoelnig — last modified 2007-10-18 02:20 PM
real world problems to be solved in the Pd language
benjah -<[O:O]>- by Benjamin CADON — last modified 2018-01-17 03:43 PM
01xy > audiovisual perf > interactives installations > ressources, workshops / My Video Tool : I uploaded the patch and abstractions I use for my audiovisual perf to share it, but it remains "my tool" that means I didn't took the time yet to make it more usable for other users with this patch : <br> - you can modulate and multiply rectangulars and spherics objects with the sound that get in your computer - you can include 2 caméras/webcam in the mix to make feedbacks for example, the opacity of the cams/webcams can be driven by the sound (choosing its frequency range) - you can mix 2 videos with this and also modulate the opacity of thoses video with audio or drive the frame read with sound It is still raw once again, but if it can be usefull to anyone.... This patch has been developped and used with Pure:dyne : linux distribution which include many libraries, so I wouldn't be able to list all the libraries involved, but GEM, Zexy, Maxlib are needed at least / More recently, I developped several Pd patches that can be downloaded from here : - a "videothon" where one can be recorded in audio video - a generative audiovisual mixer "Maison-WINCHESTER" and "montage_generatif-renarde" - a kind of reactable "ReactSons" - some glsl experiments "glsl"
Space Invaders 4D by Ben Roberts — last modified 2007-05-04 08:29 PM
My first pd project - a Space Invaders-type game built in pd and GEM
8_steps.pd by Fredrik Willberg — last modified 2007-10-10 07:29 PM
This is inspired by something i saw somewhere. It took me a while to figure this out by reading the help files, and i maybe got something wrong but it kinda works. The pichfaders need tweaking still. They go inlogically everywhere. It bangs the floats given by the f**** up faders. ;) Feel free to comment. Im new on this forum and with PD but i can take critisism.
Larsenophone by thomas thiery — last modified 2009-12-20 12:44 PM

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