I have a member page
on the main Pure Data website.
I maintain a personal, general-use external library called pdkm
I also have a bunch of Pure Data vanilla abstractions I maintain as pdkvabs
Here is my ongoing series of Pure Data tutorials
I've been one of the main contributors to the v3 update of Pd's popular Max/MSP compatibility library, Cyclone
I also have libraries for synths (pdksynth
), fft (pdkfft
), and lists (vanilla-compat abstractions!, pdklist
). I've also been compiling the functionality of list abstractions as one list-munging external pdklex
I'm also starting to learn about ambisonics and coding as I'm going along, so here are some first-order ambisonic abstractions as pdkvfoa
As part of my obsession with everything Lisp, I've started to give a go at adapting libpd
for Common Lisp
use with CL's cffi library as cl-libpd
(note: very unfinished)
Here's a little utility to mark down sample locations within a given audio file. I call it pd-pitchlocator-3000
Solo Nr. 19
- My Pure Data performance software for Stockhausen's Solo Nr. 19 for melodic instrument and feedback.
- My Pure Data performance software for Stockhausen's Mikrophonie I.
- a morse code transcriber written in pure data.
- a start of a SuperCollider class library
- assorted SuperCollider SynthDefs
- various handy SuperCollider odds-n-ends
- various SuperCollider tweets of mine (bits of SC code at max 140 characters)
- a port of 3d-tree-generator from Processing to three.js. (src
- a John Cage number piece generator. (src
- an interactive visualization of chicken hierarchies using SVGs and Angular.js. (src
- visualization of text from Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow using Angular.js and Web Audio API. (src
- Processing code to visualize randomly generated three-dimensional trees.
- Processing code interfacing with the Kinect via OSCeleton to average a dancer's joint positions throughout a routine.
- a little Processing experiment.
- processing visual noise generator
- Python script utilizing the PYAAPT library to detect the f0 contours of input speech and map them to a target sound such as an instrument. (example output
- Python script I made to count and print the number of letters in each word of input text (not including punctuation).
- Some of the exercises written in Guile Scheme as I've been making my way through the famed "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs"
- Modules I've started making in/for Lua. Currently has an implementation for a min/max heap with search element abilities and support for numbers and tables.
- some implementations of data structures in C including singly- and doubly-linked lists and heaps.
- Software I created in Max/MSP/Jitter to capture halves of a screen containing stereoscopic images for use with Blender. These captured images can be projected with separate projectors and keystoned to form a cohesive 3D image with 3D glasses.
- a bash script to change the brightness of the display in Linux on a 2010 MacBook Pro.