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    • #115507
      EstateMatt
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      So…  I talked to someone who mentioned there’s both a pipeline from MaxMSP’s Gen and also C++ to the H9000.  

       

      I can’t find any info on this.  Can anyone direct me to how to do this? 

    • #152690
      jbamberg
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      EstateMatt wrote:

      So…  I talked to someone who mentioned there's both a pipeline from MaxMSP's Gen and also C++ to the H9000.  

       

      I can't find any info on this.  Can anyone direct me to how to do this? 

      Yes, the H9000 has a C/C++ plugin API and we've used this in collaboration with Cycling 74 to make plugins from Gen that run on the H9000.  We demonstrated this at the C74 Expo this year – perhaps the person you talked to was at the expo.

      We don't have any formal documentation for this yet, but if you are interested I can contact you directly and help get you started.

       

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    • #152691
      EstateMatt
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      I would absolutely love that.  it’s matthewaudio at that main g site.    I forget the name.  🙂

    • #152698
      benoit piccand
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      hi there,

      as a max-msp-user, i’d also love to know more about this!

      thanks,

      benoit

    • #154318
      jclements
      Member

      jbamberg,

       

      can you please share anything related to the c++ api?  very interested max / gen~ programmer here!  Thank you!  jclements77 at the G male

    • #155309
      wurst
      Member

      I’m interested in both of these interfaces as well. How can I can more info on them?

    • #155336
      wurst
      Member

      @jbamberg: Sounds good, looking forward to it. 🙂

       

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    • #155976
      studionebula
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      I would like to see the C++ API info as well. I am familiar with cross-platform DSP development; it’s actually my job. smiley

      Thanks!

    • #154416
      jbamberg
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      jclements wrote:

      jbamberg,

       

      can you please share anything related to the c++ api?  very interested max / gen~ programmer here!  Thank you!  jclements77 at the G male

      There's really 2 parts to this:  the lower level C/C++ API and the gen~ tools which are built on top of the C/C++ API.

      For the gen~ stuff, it's in the current Max beta.  We'll follow up with instructions on how to get it going with your H9000.  This is definitely the easier route.

      For the C++ API, it's a bit more difficult to use because you'll need a cross compiling environment.  We can help you get started with this but can only offer quite limited support.

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    • #155321
      jbamberg
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      wurst wrote:

      I'm interested in both of these interfaces as well. How can I can more info on them?

      I'll contact you via your registered email address.

    • #155977
      jbamberg
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      studionebula wrote:

      I would like to see the C++ API info as well. I am familiar with cross-platform DSP development; it's actually my job. smiley

      Thanks!

      Sorry I'm so behind on this.  Can I reach out via your registered email address?

    • #155978
      studionebula
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      jbamberg wrote:

      Sorry I’m so behind on this.  Can I reach out via your registered email address?

      Absolutely! Sorry, I should have said as much–kinda inferred that that was your usual method.

       

    • #156693
      Afturmath
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      jbamberg wrote:

      Sorry I’m so behind on this.  Can I reach out via your registered email address?

      I am also very interested in both the C++ API and any kind of Max gen~ integration/portability. I have been designing Max for Live audio effects for a few years and slowly migrating a lot of them to gen~ for portability onto the new Electrosmith Daisy (STM32H7) microcontroller. I would love to be able to port them to my 9000R without having to recreate them in VSIG. 

      Please reach out to me via my registered email address if possible. Thank you.

    • #156707
      jbamberg
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      Afturmath wrote:

      I am also very interested in both the C++ API and any kind of Max gen~ integration/portability. I have been designing Max for Live audio effects for a few years and slowly migrating a lot of them to gen~ for portability onto the new Electrosmith Daisy (STM32H7) microcontroller. I would love to be able to port them to my 9000R without having to recreate them in VSIG. 

      Please reach out to me via my registered email address if possible. Thank you.

      It sounds like the gen~ stuff will be ideal for your needs so I'd recommend starting there.  We are out this week but will be in touch after that.

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