gsm to max on osx

Dec 12, 2006 at 8:24pm

gsm to max on osx

hi list,

i’d like to investigate the possibilities that exist to let regular
phones call a gsm that is connected to a mac (would a gsm usb modem
be the thing in need?).
the things that i would like to use are

a) dialing tones passed on to max, for triggering
b) spoken sound passed on to msp, for sound processing

[ok, a) could be realized thru b).. would that be the way to go?]

i saw a) possible in an installation by olaf matthes; b) should be
possible, too.
but are a) and b) possible in the same constellation?

any tips on modems, connections, additional soft/hardware that would
make this possible are welcome!

thanks,

jan klug

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Dec 12, 2006 at 10:11pm

Am 12.12.2006 um 21:24 schrieb Jan Klug:

> hi list,
>
> i’d like to investigate the possibilities that exist to let regular
> phones call a gsm that is connected to a mac (would a gsm usb modem
> be the thing in need?).
> the things that i would like to use are
>
> a) dialing tones passed on to max, for triggering
> b) spoken sound passed on to msp, for sound processing
>
> [ok, a) could be realized thru b).. would that be the way to go?]
>
> i saw a) possible in an installation by olaf matthes; b) should be
> possible, too.
> but are a) and b) possible in the same constellation?

Hi Jan,

what you saw was an analogue modem connected to a normal telephone
line, not a GSM modem. I have a [gsm] external, but GSM modems
usually don’t support detection of DTMF tones, so in order to trigger
anything you’d have to pass the audio on to the mac and do the DTMF
detection separately. If you really find a GSM modem that does it,
please let me know!

Olaf

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