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#1 2005-06-21 21:08:25

Anonymous
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suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#2 2005-06-21 21:08:25

Anonymous
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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#3 2005-06-21 21:08:25

Anonymous
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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#4 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#5 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#6 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#7 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#8 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#9 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#10 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#11 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#12 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#13 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#14 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#15 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#16 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

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#17 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

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#18 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

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#19 2005-06-21 21:08:25

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Re: suggestions for noobs

im totaly new to pd and programming , talk of externals ect are mind boggling to me where do i go for some easy to read starter info ?

 

#20 2005-06-22 09:21:04

ClaudiusMaximus
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Re: suggestions for noobs

The Pd Manual is the obvious place to start:
http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/Pd_documentation/

Then look at the Control Examples and Audio Examples that come with Pd, there is also a fairly comprehensive Reference section.  All of these are Pd patches that you can try out within Pd.  Useful too is the Pd Documentation Project (PDDP) which is in the Pd CVS.

Don't think about getting any externals (which are Pd objects written in other programming languages) unless you find you desperately need them - I spent about 6 months getting to grips with vanilla Pd, it's only when I tried to do more complex things and found I needed some extra features that I started to look into what externals could do.

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#21 2005-06-22 09:41:42

giair
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Re: suggestions for noobs

0. Fondamental links :
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* site de Miller Puckette : http://www-crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/
* communauté internationale : http://puredata.info/about

1. Sarting adress :
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* Official Documentation de Miller Puckette :
http://www.crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/Pd_documentation/

* FAQ, you need to read this too : http://puredata.info/docs/faq/

* IN FRENCH -> lire ma doc en html offline :
http://impala.utopia.free.fr/pd/patchs/ … pd_fr.zip
ou online sur le site d'idecibel :
http://www.idecibel.com/modules/xfsecti … ategory=9

2. Asking questions :
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* FRENCH FORUM : http://idecibel.com
* ENGLISH FORUM : http://puredata.antibling.org/
* MAILING LIST ARCHIVES : http://lists.puredata.info/pipermail/pd-list/
* LIST OF OBJECTS : http://umatic.nl/workshop/objects.txt
* SEARCH AN OBJECT: http://iem.kug.ac.at/pdb/
* MOST of OBJECTS COMPILED FOR WINDOWS IN .DLL : http://whats-your.name/pd/extra/

3. Practice with patch :
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* see the whole patchs in the doc folder (when you have installed pure data)
2.control examples
3.audio examples
5.fft examples

and 7.stuff (some tools to use and build your own patch easier)

* IN FRENCH, 2 workshops :
http://impala.utopia.free.fr/pd/patchs/ … fr_01.zip
http://mobil12.my-underworld.net/index.pd.php

* Selection of patchs that I think very nice (grab froom INternet), usefull to start with :
http://impala.utopia.free.fr/pd/patchs/selection/

5. To go more far :
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* ECRIRE UNE EXTERNAL : http://iem.kug.ac.at/pd/externals-HOWTO/

* GEM WORKSHOP http://www.ekran.org/pd/

* GEM TUTORIAL : http://taproot.dyndns.org/~cgc/tutorial_gem/index.html

* FFT et Pd : http://www.parasitaere-kapazitaeten.net … pd_en.htm

* CVS ACCESS : http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/pure-data/
* HOW TO USECVS : http://puredata.info/docs/developer/sourceforge_cvs/

* Theory and Techniques of Electronic Music, Miller Puckette:
http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/techniques/latest/book-html/

* A developper/artist in pd : http://at.or.at/hans/

6. list of links :
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http://pd.klingt.org/webring/
http://barely.a.live.fm/pd/
http://www.mortmain.com/pd.html
http://bill.teamtechno.com/pdspider/
http://giair.music.free.fr/links/

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#22 2007-10-28 16:03:28

dieter laser
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Re: suggestions for noobs

woow...thanks alot

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#23 2009-01-05 12:59:32

alistair
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Re: suggestions for noobs

Thanks a lot for all those addreses, a great source of info , only I have 3 points: I find Miller puckette's dissertation the worst place to start for almost  any Pd beginner, some things are explained really well, but the jumps  in level as one progresses from one chapter to the next can be a pretty frustrating experience. It should come with a health warning...

Secondly I tried out the English forum web-address:

http://puredata.antibling.org/

& it didn't work, was it trashed ? Or just deemed a little pointless due to the existence of this forum ?

Thirdly ... Does Michael Jackson program in Pd ... ?
Since when ?

;-)

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#24 2009-01-05 14:42:25

boonier
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Re: suggestions for noobs

yes didnt you know? - each feature on his face is an gui abstraction. Somewhere along the line, version control has got messed up and its a bit hacked together from old patches


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#25 2009-01-07 09:19:46

ichabod
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Re: suggestions for noobs

alistair wrote:

Thanks a lot for all those addreses, a great source of info , only I have 3 points: I find Miller puckette's dissertation the worst place to start for almost  any Pd beginner, some things are explained really well, but the jumps  in level as one progresses from one chapter to the next can be a pretty frustrating experience. It should come with a health warning...

I think I would gouge out my eyes if I had to read it in one sitting, but it's great as a reference to consult occasionally.  I learned a lot from going through the math in the chapters on delay networks and filters.

Probably what helped me the most as a beginner was obiwannabe's site.

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