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El El mar, 16 de abril de 2019 a la(s) 7:16, Al Matthews <
@kevin well made
On Tue, Apr 16, 2019, 6:38 AM Kevin Bednar <spednar(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I've used both dirt and superdirt for a number of multichannel
> performances. In my experience there is an increased amount of memory
> consumption - but not anything substantially worse than a standard
> stereo-oriented performance. In the newer 1.0+ superdirt, there is now a #
> channel parameter that handles integers as output channels. It's a lot
> nicer to work with than pan.
> I usually write a series of functions, pan clockwise, pan cclockwise, pan
> pairs, pan front, pan rear - etc. Then I can generally work with the higher
> level functions to avoid re-typing the channel or pan syntax and focus more
> on the music sounds knowing they will move around the space in an
> interesting way.
> I wrote up some documentation for my use of dirt for a performance in the
> past - most of the suggestions/explanation there will hold up
> Good Luck!
> On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 9:36 AM Konstantinos Vasilakos <
> konstantinos.vasilakos(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Wondering if there are any performers that have already tried using
>> TidalCycles in multichannel format. How difficult and or accesible is to
>> distribute the output signal in the array of the channels, are there any
>> tricks shortcuts, for example, pan [saw, sine] or anything else that makes
>> it faster during improvisation.
>> The other question is about does this have any major impact on the cpu
>> aspects of the performance?
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