standard plugins as patchers


    Feb 03 2006 | 6:18 pm
    This is a fairly silly question but one worth asking: Are any of the
    standard Pluggo plugins available to look at as patchers within
    Max/MSP? I have purchased Pluggo, but ultimately am interested in
    using the standard plugins as jumping boards for developing my own work
    and at the same time make the use of the plugins an educational
    experience. This is the main reason I have avoided 'canned' sound
    processing until now: you don't learn a whole lot about sound
    processing in using them, but on the other hand I feel as if I am
    wasting a lot of time reinventing the wheel in trying to develop my own
    sound processing modules in Max. If you wish to reveal your secrets in
    private, you can contact me off-list: jusyang@stanford.edu. Thanks.
    Justin Yang

    • Feb 03 2006 | 7:03 pm
      Hi Justin,
      While we don't make our Pluggo source available, I recommend having a
      look at the InVSTigations tutorials on the Cycling'74 website. You
      should also check out the synth-building tutorials at creativesynth.com,
      the Pluggo Development Guide and all the MSP help patches. That
      should give you plenty to get started with.
      --
      AB
    • Feb 06 2006 | 2:51 pm
      The source for the Rye plugin is available at Jhno's share page, as an example of Tapout-based Granular syntesis....
      also try searching maxobjects.com
    • Feb 08 2006 | 12:05 am
      ... as well as the source of the percolate pluggos
      which come with the plug-in distribution