communication with reaktor as plug /OSC

Jan 4, 2008 at 6:48pm

communication with reaktor as plug /OSC

hi

i am using Reaktor as a plug-in inside max – mostly for the filters
(using the vst~ object)

I would like to send the cutoff freq (for exemple) as real numbers (I
mean the actual freq, in Hz) not as a value between 0. & 1. as the
usual vst controllers need.

don’t know how to do it – i thought about using OSC…. maybe

is a communication with a plug in possible via OSC??? any other idea???

many thanks

kasper

Kasper T. Toeplitz
noise, composition, bass, computer

http://www.sleazeArt.com

http://www.myspace.com/sleazeart

#35214
Jan 4, 2008 at 7:48pm

Unfortunately I do not think you can send exact values through the VST
interface. OSC would be an option but the Reaktors OSC implementation still
does not work when it is loaded as a VST. I think your only option would be
to have Reaktor running in the background.

Anthony

—- Kasper T Toeplitz wrote:
> hi
>
> i am using Reaktor as a plug-in inside max – mostly for the filters
> (using the vst~ object)
>
> I would like to send the cutoff freq (for exemple) as real numbers (I
> mean the actual freq, in Hz) not as a value between 0. & 1. as the
> usual vst controllers need.
>
> don’t know how to do it – i thought about using OSC…. maybe
>
> is a communication with a plug in possible via OSC??? any other idea???
>
> many thanks
>
> kasper
> —
> Kasper T. Toeplitz
> noise, composition, bass, computer
> http://www.sleazeArt.com
>
> http://www.myspace.com/sleazeart
>

#119837
Jan 4, 2008 at 8:10pm

All vst~ parameters map into some range. If you can determine the range in
Reaktor and use a scale min max 0. 1. You may accomplish what you want.
There may be some issues with the curve however.

On 1/4/08 2:48 PM, “apalomba@austin.rr.com” wrote:

> Unfortunately I do not think you can send exact values through the VST
> interface. OSC would be an option but the Reaktors OSC implementation still
> does not work when it is loaded as a VST. I think your only option would be
> to have Reaktor running in the background.
>
>
> Anthony

Cheers
Gary Lee Nelson
Oberlin College
http://www.timara.oberlin.edu/GaryLeeNelson

#119838
Jan 5, 2008 at 11:35am

Sorry for cross-posting…

Re:New – Digital arts forum announces Re:New 2008 in Copenhagen,
Denmark, with the theme ‘Genesis of Meaning in Digital Art’.

Re:New 2008 runs over eight days May 16-23 and consists of festival,
conference, pocket-film competition, and various workshops – http://www.re-new.dk

We would very much like you to submit digital art-work and paper
proposals for presentation, and of course join in, if you should happen
to be nearby in the period.

–The Festival will include app. 30 presentation opportunities for
digital art in the areas of music, video, performance, and installations
as well as any cross-breeds of these. A 5x12x1 meter AV-monolith will be
set up on Copenhagen City Square to submit proposals for, and further
performances and screening will take place ao. at an Omnimax Theatre and
at the public swimming-pool ‘The Elipse’, as well as various clubs,
halls, cinemas, and other spaces. Submission are made at
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forces as well as other practical info can be found. All submissions are
anonymous and jury evaluated.

Submission deadline is February 17, 2008.

–The Conference is joint CMMR (Computer Music Modelling and Retrieval)
and NTSMB (Network for Cross-Disciplinary Studies of Music and Meaning).
Paper topics are in the areas of auditory perception and cognition; user
interfaces for music; philosophy, culture and psychology;
infrastructures for music; indexing and retrieval of music; structuring
of music data; collaboration on music; analysis, recognition,
comparison, classification, and modelling of music; mining and
visualizing music; synthesis and/or composition of music; performance of
music; and artificial intelligence/life for music. Paper review is
blinded, and accepted paper are printed in Springer Verlag’s ‘Lecture
Notes on Computer Science’ series. Submission are made at
http://www.re-new.dk/index.php?pid=6 where details of topics, jury, and
schedule as well as other practical info can be found.

Submission deadline is February 17, 2008.

–The Workshops start on Thursday May 15 and will be on the upcoming Max
5, advanced jitter, max/msp beginner (all presented jointly with
cycling74 staff), interactive circus performance, circuit bending & live
coding, and electronica/electroacoustic duos. Details will be announced
during January at http://www.re-new.dk.

–The Pocket-film Competition is for the cell-phone format, and 60
second movies can be uploaded to http://www.re-new.dk/index.php?pid=8 from
February 1st. Prizes are awarded in several categories, as well as an
audience prize awarded by – you!

For further information please contact coord@re-new.dk

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