record results

Jun 6, 2007 at 11:31am

record results

I hava a patch prepared by a colleague for an experiment on sound and draw. Basically you draw a line and you hear a corresponding sound which varies all along the tracing. For proceeding with my experiment I need to record the results of each session in order to comare them. Is that possible?

Thank you

Elena

#32289
Jun 6, 2007 at 12:57pm

06/06/07, kl. 13:31 +0200 , skrev Elena Pasquinelli:

>
>I hava a patch prepared by a colleague for an experiment on sound and
>draw. Basically you draw a line and you hear a corresponding sound which
>varies all along the tracing. For proceeding with my experiment I need
>to record the results of each session in order to comare them. Is that
>possible?
Certainly – have a look at sfrecord~, the MSP tutorials “13. Record and
play samples.pat” and “16. Record play AIFF files.pat”

/J

#105939
Jun 6, 2007 at 1:08pm

#105940
Jun 6, 2007 at 1:17pm

Maybe Quickrecord in the Max Extras menu is what you’re looking for.

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Op 6-jun-2007, om 13:31 heeft Elena Pasquinelli het volgende geschreven:

>
> I hava a patch prepared by a colleague for an experiment on sound
> and draw. Basically you draw a line and you hear a corresponding
> sound which varies all along the tracing. For proceeding with my
> experiment I need to record the results of each session in order to
> comare them. Is that possible?
>
> Thank you
>
> Elena
>

#105941
Jun 6, 2007 at 1:35pm

> I hava a patch prepared by a colleague for an experiment on sound and
> draw. Basically you draw a line and you hear a corresponding sound
> which varies all along the tracing. For proceeding with my experiment
> I need to record the results of each session in order to comare them.
> Is that possible?

What do you mean by varies?

I’m asking because it sounds interesting, not that I have a solution to
your problem; will it have other parameters affecting the output, like
resonance, FreQ, pitch etc.

Am I talking out my hat on this one?

Kel

#105942

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