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Departures by Peter West — last modified 2010-06-07 02:59 PM
A realtime Video manipulation And motion to sound Patches
RRADical Pd by zadmin — last modified 2007-05-29 01:23 PM
This folder collects all things related to the RRADical project.
Paradiddle by IOhannes m zmoelnig — last modified 2007-10-25 02:31 PM
Cocoa controllers for Pd by Adam T Lindsay
Evil Acid Lizzard Remote-SL Template by patrick mcnameeking — last modified 2010-05-31 10:46 PM
Here's a sysex template for Novation's Remote-SL. If anyone actually downloads this then I can help you out in terms of documentation but for right now it's just going up for posterity's sake.
PDDP by Hans-Christoph Steiner — last modified 2007-09-18 06:40 PM
This wiki is a place to hash out ideas related to documentation, workshops, and tutorials.
santi by Santi Noreña — last modified 2012-07-02 06:06 PM
by Mansoor Habibdoost by Mansoor Habibdoost (منصور حبیب دوست) — last modified 2015-07-21 07:20 AM
My home page in this site
University of Guilan Laptop Orchestra by Mansoor Habibdoost (منصور حبیب دوست) — last modified 2013-08-10 09:20 AM
The University of Guilan Laptop Orchestra (UGLO) is a computer ensemble that explores novel ideas and forefront software as pd in combination with different musical contexts. Visit us at
Pd Elementary Method (in Farsi) - pdf and patches by Mansoor Habibdoost (منصور حبیب دوست) — last modified 2013-11-23 04:06 PM
Pd Elementary Method (in Farsi) by Mansoor Habibdoost (مبانی بنیادین نرم افزار پی دی نوشته منصور حبیب دوست)
downloads by IOhannes m zmoelnig — last modified 2021-07-12 10:21 AM
All sorts of software built on/with/for Pd. For a quick start, download the "vanilla" Pure Data.
The loop-Ensemble by Christof Martin Schultz (Technische Universität Berlin) — last modified 2017-02-06 06:10 PM
This is the loop-ensemble. It was developed in the context of the loop-project - a berlin based educational project that focuses on electronic music culture. For more information visit The main idea of the ensemble is to be used in musical education. The instruments explain their own technical background by so-called Illustration-patches. Here, learners can interactively discover many phenomenons of electronic music, which are explained, visualized and clarified by examples. The obtained understanding can directly be put into practice making electronic music. The ensemble can be played alone or in groups, since the Instruments can be synchronized via network. The instruments are designed to be used without help from a teacher. Using their illustration patches they aim to explain themselves. In this form their content can still be upgraded by the presence of a teacher who supports and guides the learning progress. This version of the instruments are found in the subfolder 'learn'. We created another version of the interface which is suitable for presentation to enable front-of-class teaching method. This version of the instruments is found in the subfolder 'teach'. Teachers preferring this method can use the patches cleaned of all text to explain and show specific functionalities while the students use the fully featured versions. The three instruments ADD, DRUMBO and JERRY can loosely be assigned to musical roles: Bass, drums and lead. These borders are surmountable very quickly due to their ambivalent sound production. The interconnection of the three instruments in particular supports loop-based play that reminds of electronic dance music as well as sound experiments. Optionally the instruments can be controlled with low-cost hardware controllers. These are a KORG nanoKONTROL2, an Akai LPD8. The third instrument is controlled entirely with keyboard and mouse. But all instruments can be controlled in full without the controller using the mouse and keyboard on the screen. Most of the text elements are still in German language, but most of the common technical terms are English, anyway. They are supposed to be used by students in higher secondary levels, but can also be enjoyed by anyone else.

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