RSVP, a preset system solution for Pure Data

Jose Rafael Subía Valdez

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This paper describes the logic and process behind the development of the RSVP preset library for the Pure Data programming environment. The library aims to tackle the lack of a native preset system in Pure Data. Other projects like Kollabs, CREAM, sssad, and others, have produced different solutions for this issue. However, after experimenting with the mentioned libraries, I decided to approach the matter with a different strategy. This led to the creation of the RSVP library which I will be describing in detail. During the development of this project, I have been theorizing of a feature request for PD that will also be shared here. This paper will offer a detailed description of how the system works, but will not go into extensive Pure Data patch descriptions. Instead, I wish to show how I structured the code and describe how the system functions with the users own projects.

This paper describes the logic and process behind the development of the RSVP preset library for the Pure Data programming environment. The library aims to tackle the lack of a native preset system in Pure Data. Other projects like Kollabs, CREAM, sssad, and others, have produced different solutions for this issue. However, after experimenting with the mentioned libraries, I decided to approach the matter with a different strategy. This led to the creation of the RSVP library which I will be describing in detail. During the development of this project, I have been theorizing of a feature request for PD that will also be shared here. This paper will offer a detailed description of how the system works, but will not go into extensive Pure Data patch descriptions. Instead, I wish to show how I structured the code and describe how the system functions with the users own projects.

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