[Linux] [Windows] [Code]
dmc is Python and Csound for live audio.
pycs was the PYthon Csound entertainment System for PS/2 game controller.
dmc was several generations of keyboard controlled audio event generators. They are now merged as dmc.
Right now only the
pycs component is activated.
It runs under Linux, Windows, and probably OS X.
Download the code here and unpack it with
mkdir dmc_linux tar -C dmc_linux -zxvf dmc_linux.tar.gz
Under Linux, the system
python and libraries can be used. In Ubuntu
sudo apt-get install python-csound python-pygame
will make sure everything is installed.
cd dmc_linux ./pycs.sh
Download the code here. Right click on
dmc_windows.zip and choose
Extract All... from the menu.
The Windows version includes a modified version of PortablePython1.1Py2.6.1 that is already set up to run the code. No other installation is necessary. The
dmc_windows directory is self contained and can be moved if you wish.
pycs, open the
dmc_windows folder and double click on
Pygame is used to read game controller and MIDI input. A modified docco-coffee is used for documentation.
Thanks to Jethro.
dmc began as
dmc.pl for a duo gig with Danny McClain long ago. It is dedicated to him.