On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 5:57 PM, smilingmolecule <smil...@web.de> wrote:
i know this is not a special pd question but i think there are some
points which touch pd. i ask this question here cause i think maybe here
are some people which are familiar with this.
i am planing to do something like an art sound installation.
many different speakers should be placed in a room, and every speaker
should do a different sound.
now i need a cheap possibility to get as many audio units as possible.
i am thinking about two ways of realizing that stuff.
first version of my project works with autark/isolated sound. so for
example, every sound objekt in the instalation has an audioplayer and a
how would you trigger the sound in this case? or would it be just random?
the second version is that all speakers are connected to a computer, so
i need many outputs at the sound card, and only many speakers. in this
version the speakers could for example interact, or do other serialized
actions, managed by puredate.
multiple outputs on a soundcard is usually expensive, but it would be
the most interesting solution
i dont have so much money.
what do you think is the cheapest way to realize what i want to do.
the sound doesnt have to be verry good and mono is enough.
a friend of mine owns a little key hanger, on which you can press to get
some funny spoken words of a german singer artist. i think it was very
maybe an advanced version of this would be enough for my needs.