Don’t dare to ask. But nowhere in the search the dirty word is used. BUT… In the real world it really exists! Is there a way to play those mp3 files the way sfplay~ does with real audio?
gots to convert it to an aif/wav, my friend. quicktime pro’s "export" option does the trick.
As ever, have you tried searching http://www.maxobjects.com?
It’s no longer sufficient to assume that Cycling ’74
makes every single Max/MSP/Jitter object in the world,
and this is a very good place to investigate those
If you aren’t using the import message to the buffer~
object or using jit.qt.movie/spigot~ to play things,
you can load them into the buffer. The help patch for buffer~ says:
"The import message decompresses MP3 files and the audio tracks of
I guess then you need to either play the buffer straight or write the
buffer content to disk as an uncompressed format and open it with
On 4 Sep 2008, at 21:56, Peter wrote:
> Don’t dare to ask. But nowhere in the search the dirty word is
> used. BUT… In the real world it really exists! Is there a way to
> play those mp3 files the way sfplay~ does with real audio?
the mspinky objects do. http://www.mspinky.com
not free, however. but they do work well.
That should be enough to solve my problem.
Thx to all.
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