Recipe

SPAT machine

Posted by Edmund Campion on May 23, 2018

last updated May 23, 2018 (EC)

SPAT Machine and bridge building to laptop with Ableton Live and Max/MSP as control source

Goal:  set up a laptop bridge to the SPAT machine in main room.

* Login to SPAT machine  (obtain login from Jeremy Wagner or Jeff). check instructions for login on SPAT machine.

•  Download and install the RME MADIface XT

                http://www.rme-audio.de/en/downloads/driver/uc.php

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