Paradiddle: Cocoa controllers for Pd
Paradiddle is a Cocoa framework presented as a Project Builder template, which allows you to create Cocoa applications that control Pd patches without writing a single line of code. You graphically lay out Cocoa controls, visually connect them to the framework, and then compile the application.
- Mac OS X (10.2)
- Mac OS X Developer Tools (available for free at http://connect.apple.com/)
- Pd (pure data) (version 0.36 preferred, available at http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/software.html or in a double-click installer at this site)
- Alternatively, it might be usable with Max/MSP on MacOSX when using Olaf Matthes’s netreceive external. Please let me know if it works!
Once installed, open up Project Builder and create a new project, choosing Application -> Paradiddle Application. Click “Next” to name your project, and choose the folder it lives in. Click “Finish” and follow the tutorial posted online or included on the disk image.
Paradiddle 0.2 (1.6MB)
This framework is available for free for non-commercial use. Personal artistic use is completely unrestricted. Licenses for a commercial application will be granted on reasonable and non-discriminatory terms.