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September 28, 2006 | 6:13 pm

Hello, Im currently a student. I have to create a project involving an audio input, central module, and output. I want the audio input to change the hue of an image. Is this something i can do using max/msp, or perhaps jitter? Im not sure how to approach the production of this project. Any ideas or help would be much appreciated.


September 28, 2006 | 6:40 pm

I want the audio input to change the hue of an image. Is this
something i can do using max/msp, or perhaps jitter?

YES
max/msp/jitter
learning an entire language for a single project may not be
economical. none the less maxis what you want

the only room for interpretation here is deciding which value to
extract from your audio input. ( brightness, amplitude, pitch etc. )

-matt

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September 28, 2006 | 6:47 pm

This is a pretty simple thing to do, if you have Jitter.

Id suggest looking at the tutorials, and modifying a helpfile or two.

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On Sep 28, 2006, at 2:13 PM, LaMorte wrote:

>
> Hello, Im currently a student. I have to create a project involving
> an audio input, central module, and output. I want the audio input
> to change the hue of an image. Is this something i can do using max/
> msp, or perhaps jitter? Im not sure how to approach the production
> of this project. Any ideas or help would be much appreciated.


September 28, 2006 | 6:58 pm

On 28-sept.-06, at 20:13, LaMorte wrote:

> Hello, Im currently a student. I have to create a project involving an
> audio input, central module, and output. I want the audio input to
> change the hue of an image. Is this something i can do using max/msp,
> or perhaps jitter?

With Max/MSP/Jitter.

> Im not sure how to approach the production of this project. Any ideas
> or help would be much appreciated.

There are nice tutorials in Max’ distribution that will show you how to
do this! It is quite easy…

p


September 28, 2006 | 9:48 pm

Thank you for your quick reply, i really appreciate it, Glad to know its relativly easy.


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