Some stills from the visuals that I created for Niabi’s set last night.
Mostly Pure Data with PDP.
I can’t think of any good general tutorials but for Pd… the FLOSS manual is good though concentrates more on video but you can still get all the basics:
Also this book … overall good but you may want to read my review of it on the amazon site…
outpt rocking our Sea64 A/V set on sat night at I/O Chip Music!
all the awesome pictures by Chiptography on Flickr!
Just one of the many amazing Chiptography photos from last night’s I/O Chip Music where we did our first Sea64 set!
first live set by Sea64 everrrr! plus all around awesomeness on every level.
brooklyn! sept 7th! come and party with us! more info here!
Updated flier! Now with more Iasmin!
Pulsewave tonight… Brooklyn… info here!
A few weeks ago I mentioned that I was going to read the new book “Multimedia Programming with Pure Data” to see if it’s a resource that I would recommend to people who want to learn Pd.
My review is on Amazon now!
More on the book itself here!
Back in 2012 outpt and i put out a release with a commodore 64 and a few other instruments under the name sea64. Here’s the story about that!
And… we have our first live set coming up! Sept 7th in Brooklyn at I/O!
Info on FB.
August 31st! Brooklyn! Pulsewave!
Music: IAYD, Rockman, Chillbrave, Melt Channel
As some of you might know (or can see from looking at this Tumblr) - I use Pure Data for the majority of my visuals. I started using it in 2006 and since then it’s my main tool for content creation and live patches. Often people ask me about learning it and till now I’ve pointed to the documentation, FLOSS manuals, and a few other resources. The people at Packt have just published this book “Multimedia Programming with Pure Data" which I’m reading now and will let you know what I think when I’m done! So far so good.