Archive for the 'Pure Data' Category


Monday, August 30th, 2010

Some news

Thursday, October 4th, 2007

Ive been doing some consulting and installation work for Lincoln Schatz and installed a Pure Data/GEM piece for the Bitforms gallery in NYC that helped made Digg /Gizmodo headlines : (its the 4 60″ plasma setup that is the first pic – a very lovely video memory/collage work.) Digg, Gizmodo, Tech E Blog. – $8.5 […]

Some Things

Sunday, April 15th, 2007

Dan has been kind enough to contribute a few modules to the v001 site – you can find them here: 3rd Party Generator Modules. Nice! I need to get off my ass and release Beta 2. Its been a long time coming. Hans Christoph has also released PD 0.39.2 Extended Release Candidate 1. Yes. its […]

Pure Data is now officially a programming language.

Thursday, September 28th, 2006

Claude Heiland-Allen posted an impressive patch that proves Pure Data is turing complete to the PD list this evening. His email: Hi everybody, Remember those long discussions about whether Pd is a programming language or (an inferior) something else?Well, to settle the matter, I made a brainf*ck[1] interpreter in vanilla Pd using no externals[2]. Now […]

PD 0.4 Test 03

Wednesday, August 16th, 2006

PD 0.4 was just released by Miller Puckette on the PD list, UB for OS X, Standard X86 for Windows and tar source for Linux. Link


Friday, March 17th, 2006

Is fucking brilliant – link. Check out the video to see what I mean: I wish spigot~ worked under 10.4.. fuck. That was totally on one of my lists to do. Fuck.

Another PD update..

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Hans is at it again. PD 0.39.2 Extended Test 0 is out for Mac OS X. Includes the updated PD 0.39.2 and all the goodies the Extended PD distro normally includes. Note however, this is a test build, so things might be a bit unstable. Not that any of you care. The old PD Extended […]

Pure Data 0.38.4-Extended-rc8

Wednesday, February 15th, 2006

A new Pure Data-Extended package from Hans-Christoph Steiner is out for Mac OS X (dmg), Linux (i686 arch binaries – tarball), and Windows (exe installer). Fixes include proper PDP support under OS X (Ive verified that it works much better – at least on my end..). Hans-Christoph has been sponsored to help further development of […]

Pure Data on the…. iPod?!

Thursday, January 12th, 2006

Holy Cow: iPod running the l8p sequencer. Head on over to for more info.

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