open any osx

    Jun 02 2006 | 2:01 pm
    is there an external which allows 'any' file to open and
    be coverted to sound or whatever . . . ? [osx]
    i looked up and down the database etc . . . a version for 9
    exists only, it seems.

    • Jun 02 2006 | 2:34 pm
      [sfplay~] with the openraw message.
      Patrick Delges
      Centre de Recherches et de Formation Musicales de Wallonie asbl
    • Jun 02 2006 | 2:43 pm
      did you check filein?
    • Jun 02 2006 | 3:40 pm
      i'm trying both sfplay~ + filein, i guess i need
      to tweak a little - the results aren't really worth
      the trouble: thus far. i've been f_ck_ng aroud with
      this all morning and . . . . . .
      sounds strange + i understand that i need to research
      more myself; but, i want to take all sound source and
      convert to video - video source to audio. maybe even
      stretch the results out a little [ie. more than pops. crakcs.
      + blinks] . too much too ask with actually 'writing' code?
      i definately get some 'obvious' results.
      render audio to video - video to audio with unpredictable
      but useful results. perhaps alter existing buffered sound/video.
      i'm pouring over old inquiries as i imagine i am missing the
      is this stupid too try?
      - z
    • Jun 02 2006 | 10:31 pm
      > too much too ask with actually 'writing' code? i definitely get
      some 'obvious' results.
      Yes - you're going to have to do a bit of work (meaning patching,
      etc) to move that sort of sound/imagery into something more to your
      aesthetics. But thats where the fun, experimentation and learning
      come in.
      > is this stupid too try?
      Absolutely not!
      To render audio as video, there is a whole set of MSP~ to Jitter
      Matrix bridge objects, specifically jit.catch~, jit.poke~ , jit.graph
      (not specifically MSP wise) that you can do all sorts of fun things
      For audio, er... I am not an MSP~ guy at all, I dont know much about
      how to smooth stuff out, but, well, slide~ might be something to look
      at. You could also slow down your playback through the buffer, or do
      some granular synthesis stuff to hold on a set of frequencies with
      out altering the pitch for super slow playback. There is much to
      explore here.
      v a d e //
    • Jun 05 2006 | 8:49 pm
    • Jun 08 2006 | 12:41 pm