murray

  • Aleph: A strange quesition... battery.
    no house, just renting and bitterly hanging onto the bay area. i have a 4-panel buchla and personally i'm not sure it's something i'd like bringing on the commute--too bulky and i'd be afraid of damaging it (but maybe it'd w…
    murray ·  February 2014
  • Aleph: A strange quesition... battery.
    i'm a commuter too. the train can be an emotionally draining environment and i would be very stoked to hack on an aleph for the 3 hour ride each way, 5 days a week
    murray ·  February 2014
  • Aleph: A strange quesition... battery.
    I'm glad someone else caught that. ;)
    murray ·  February 2014
  • Monome running on Lunix Raspbian. Raspberry PI
    You have to download the serialosc sources from github onto the Raspberry Pi, make, and install them. Then, as long as all your dependencies are satisfied for serialosc, you should be off to the races. (Also, it's Linux not Lunix :) )
    murray ·  February 2014
  • Returned to monome platform after a few years, seems to have gone a little off-piste to me?
    Monojim, I think your frustration is a little misguided. Most importantly, the arduinome isn't a monome. I'm also surprised that one with such extensive audio hardware experience can't debug the device to get it working. It's …
    murray ·  February 2014
  • Pure Data Pitch Correction/auto tune
    Have you checked out this thread? There's a couple patches/externals attached to some of the replies. http://puredata.hurleur.com/sujet-3518-autotune
    murray ·  February 2014
  • Raspberry Pi Pure Data experience?
    Check out this small page on Pure Data's site: http://puredata.info/docs/raspberry-pi From a quick scan, looks like you're going to have to perform some investigation and testing with a Raspberry and your specific software use case. You&…
    murray ·  January 2014
  • released FICUS, linux audio sampler api for jack in C (video)
    Actually, refreshing myself on the code, maybe I was just being dense and there's an obvious solution here with an epoll or something. You've got me ditching my job's workpile, but this is so much more fun!
    murray ·  December 2013
  • released FICUS, linux audio sampler api for jack in C (video)
    Harlequin, Sorry it took me so long to get around to this. Best way is to get at me thru the code repo, since that hits my email (mrafoster at gmail dawt com). I noticed this too. Short answer is Ficus is nonblocking code, no mutexes or locks, s…
    murray ·  December 2013
  • Linux - Am I doing this right?
    You should be able to use port routing to direct your osc traffic. However, you're right, I don't think you can have multiple listeners on the same port. The osc protocol is made up of udp packets, so you'd probably have to hack lib…
    murray ·  November 2013
  • released FICUS, linux audio sampler api for jack in C (video)
    Ficus *should* be great for this. It is an active project, but I haven't had any adopters so not any feedback. This api should handle sample splicing just fine, except for now it only reads and writes WAV files. Just don't plan on relyin…
    murray ·  November 2013
  • A little 256 flickering lights
    this was really great! thanks for sharing
    murray ·  September 2013
  • What's the new device?!?
    ^^awesome song
    murray ·  September 2013
  • What's the new device?!?
    New device is clean, i actually enjoy the aesthetic. My only gripe is that I don't see any banana jacks :(
    murray ·  September 2013
  • CPU Freaking Out
    What kind of hardware does your system use? Operating system version? Depending on those questions being answered, I don't think it's so ridiculous for Ableton using 20-40% of cpu if you're also running serialosc, midiyoke, and Live…
    murray ·  September 2013
  • most digestable form of monome app user guides,demos etc (without video gear)
    well there'll be an html user manual, but the program itself isn't going to have any floating tooltips! haha i fondly remember chuckling while i paged thru "mlr_info"
    murray ·  August 2013
  • simplebonjour
    Finally got around to performing more testing with pd-vanilla and simplebonjour. I got it to work! The build script needs to be fixed, but basically you need to replace simplebonjour's included "m_pd.h" file with the one from your p…
    murray ·  August 2013
  • most digestable form of monome app user guides,demos etc (without video gear)
    Thanks Raja!, this is just what I need to get moving on this. Your Monomahna has very clear and concise pdf docs and I appreciate the effort you've spent on them! I'll be borrowing a bit from you. Unfortunately my program is command-lin…
    murray ·  August 2013
  • Writing a Standalone Application for monome - Stuck at the first hurdle.
    @artfwo i'll get it polished up over this week and maybe the next so that its usable
    murray ·  August 2013
  • Writing a Standalone Application for monome - Stuck at the first hurdle.
    Hi Monomous, You've got basically two options: cook your own serial parser for the Monome protocol or extend your software to do light management of finding and selecting a device thru SerialOSC. You'll want to use Apple's Bonjour d…
    murray ·  August 2013
  • Digital Warrior (mini DIY Controller)
    this video makes your tool very much seem like an extension of yourself. great job and tunes!
    murray ·  July 2013
  • simplebonjour
    Hi knecht, Sorry for the delay on this. I was able to get pd-vanilla installed on my linux box (finally, for some reason the source install of pd is a pretty FUBAR'd procedure) and do some testing with simplebonjour.. I actually do get a lis…
    murray ·  June 2013
  • Homemade monome - pictures
    Those look gorgeous!
    murray ·  June 2013
  • simplebonjour
    Awesome! Great news and thanks for your hard work. This functionality should be present and I remember choosing my monome from a list of bonjour services in several pd patches I wrote with simplebonjour. I'll test on a posix system tomorrow …
    murray ·  June 2013
  • pure data setup
    Alright, so seems like I was able to get it working under Windows 7. You need to copy over the 'mrpeach' external directory over to pd\extra like you did, but only include the mrpeach directory as a 'path' and do not add 'm…
    murray ·  June 2013
  • pure data setup
    I can install a Windows VM on my system, I'll see if I can figure out what's up
    murray ·  June 2013
  • pure data setup
    Sorry if this is an extraneous question, but are the dll's in the mrpeach external directory?
    murray ·  June 2013
  • simplebonjour
    Awesome, thanks for grabbing the reins on that. Let me know your github name too so I'll give you collab access.
    murray ·  May 2013
  • simplebonjour
    Hey there, unfortunately simplebonjour will only build on Mac OS and unix-like systems. I would help you with the coding but I have too much on my plate right now :/ Any C developers out there have time to build Windows support into Https://www.g…
    murray ·  May 2013
  • Digital vs Analogue
    Every different piece of equipment is going to directly influence your workflow and the final recording. Tying yourself to exclusively analog or digital is religion. Use the gear that inspires and encourages you.
    murray ·  May 2013