[CLAM] Performing with CLAM

Xavier Amatriain xavier.amatriain at iua.upf.es
Tue Oct 22 09:16:23 PDT 2002

Hello Jaume,

To be honest, right now it would be much easier for you to use
MAX-MSP for doing a project like the one you describe. If you use
CLAM you will have to deal with much more "coding" so I would
only recommend this option if  you are fairly profficient with C++

On the other hand, CLAM can surely be used to implement real-time
applications both in Linux and Windows.

And of course, as a "special release offer" I can assure you that,
if you finally decide to use CLAM, you will get all support you need
from the development team.

Xavier Amatriain
xavier.amatriain at iua.upf.es
tel.+34 93 5422199
MTG (Music Technology Group), Pompeu Fabra University
Psge. Circumvalació, 8, Barcelona
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jaume Serquera Peyro" <jaiserpe at epsg.upv.es>
To: <clam at iua.upf.es>
Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2002 12:45 PM
Subject: [CLAM] Performing with CLAM

> Hello,
> First of all, congratulations for your CLAM platform. I would like to do
> a composition project, and I thought about to use MAX-MSP. For the
> moment, I don't know very much about CLAM environment, and I have a
> question: Is CLAME able to PERFORM in the same way as MSP? My basic
> needs are to receive coded electric Inputs to control AUDIO Outputs in
> Is it possible under Windows? or only under Linux?
> Thank you,
> Jaume
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