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MAX/MSP and serial devices?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Bear's Gone Fission, Dec 3, 2001.

  1. Bear's Gone Fission

    Bear's Gone Fission Active Member

    Anyone around here hardcore enough to program in MAX and/or MSP? There was a "review" (not quite) of the current versions in Recording magazine, and I thought I saw something about being able to address serial devices. I'm interested because the computer guided routing and mute automation in my A&H CMC board was designed to go deeper by hooking up to a Commodore 64 with certain hardware and software. I haven't really pushed my use of the automation, but I want the power available should I ever need it. I was wondering if any users know if it would be reasonable to use the MAX/MSP stuff to address a custom spliced cable and talk to the onboard computer (64 4 bit addresses, according to the manual).

    (Someone made a PC version using visual basic, but it's ginormous and rudimentary. I figure MAX/MSP could do smaller and more elegant.)

    Bear
     

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