internet radio intercepting

Jun 30, 2006 at 12:50am

internet radio intercepting

does anybody have any idea how i would go about hijacking multiple
internet radio streams from within max msp? i hope to receive
multiple streams of live audio, and process them in realtime from
within a max patch.

if anybody has any ideas as to how i would go about doing this it
would be much appreciated.

thanks a lot

sincerely,

Jared Madere

#26641
Jun 30, 2006 at 1:55am

Hi,

if you are looking at ogg/vorbis streams, I have had some success with

http://www.nullmedium.de/dev/oggpro/

(though i have only been tinkering with the free demo version..)

Also using a mac I have been jealous of the windows only “shoutamp~”
which would probably solve your problems if you are on windows
platform. (though i have no experience with it)

Dr.Ab

andrew burrell

http://www.miscellanea.com

#79946
Jun 30, 2006 at 4:29am

Quote: splashzooka@earthlink wrote on Thu, 29 June 2006 18:50
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> does anybody have any idea how i would go about hijacking multiple
> internet radio streams from within max msp? i hope to receive
> multiple streams of live audio, and process them in realtime from
> within a max patch.
—————————————————-
not exactly elegant, but i do it by plugging multiple apps like itunes into max with jack or soundflower.

#79947
Jun 30, 2006 at 5:48am

Hi,

On Mac PPC, Detour is now freeware and works very fine. Comes with a
very handy menu extra (or ‘menulet’) where the user can choose any
output external or internal driver.
For example, choose iTunes -> Soundflower (2ch) in the menulet and
the audio output of iTunes is immediately sent to Soundflower.
It’s possible to do that with several applications, running
simultaneously, same or different drivers.
For example, iTunes in Soundflower (2ch), an internet radio through a
web browser in Soundflower (2ch), and a TV soundtrack through VLC in
Soundflower (16ch).

Detour:
< http://www.rogueamoeba.com/detour/>

Soundflower:
<
http://www.cycling74.com/downloads/soundflower>

PS: On Mac OS X, any application can be duplicated for working in
parallel.

Bye,
Philippe

#79948
Jun 30, 2006 at 8:32am

Quote: Philippe Gruchet wrote on Thu, 29 June 2006 23:48
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> Hi,
>
> On Mac PPC, Detour is now freeware and works very fine. Comes with a
> very handy menu extra (or ‘menulet’) where the user can choose any
> output external or internal driver.
> For example, choose iTunes -> Soundflower (2ch) in the menulet and
> the audio output of iTunes is immediately sent to Soundflower.
—————————————————-
i don’t understand why you would use detour as an extra app besides soundflower/jack and max.
wgy would you?

#79949
Jul 1, 2006 at 5:08pm

>> On Mac PPC, Detour is now freeware and works very fine. Comes with a
>> very handy menu extra (or ‘menulet’) where the user can choose any
>> output external or internal driver.
>> For example, choose iTunes -> Soundflower (2ch) in the menulet and
>> the audio output of iTunes is immediately sent to Soundflower.
> —————————————————-
> i don’t understand why you would use detour as an extra app besides
> soundflower/jack and max.
> wgy would you?

From its menu extra, to quickly select or change which app(s) I want
to send in soundflower, which other one I want to send elsewhere, or
to mute, etc.

Bye,
PG

#79950

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