Pure Data is an open source visual editor for generating sounds that also runs on Linux. At least that’s the perspective I look at it. So much for misleading blog post titles.
Yesterday I visited the local Pure Data community pd-berlin, it was a very small but friendly circle.
Today I’m playing around with Obiwannabe’s sound effect generators in Pure Data, as I have often in the past. There are two things I want to finally achieve:
- Make it run on my 64bit Arch Linux + PulseAudio1 system, as it does my 32bit Arch Linux + ALSA netbook.
- Record sounds to Wav-files directly in Pure Data.
1 I need PulseAudio to be able to record desktop audio on my HDA Intel sound card.