[ros-users] Connecting ROS to a software (music) synthesiser?

Michael Carroll carroll.michael at gmail.com
Tue Nov 11 13:55:49 UTC 2014


I wrote a bridge between ros and OSC quite a while ago.  I don't know that
it will still work, but I think that it would provide a reasonable starting
place for your experiments.



On Tuesday, November 11, 2014, Raymond Sheh <Raymond.Sheh at curtin.edu.au>

> Hi All,
> We're trying to figure out a way to have our robot's beeps be a little
> more musical and on-the-fly generated so I'm looking for a way of piping
> ROS messages into a software music synthesiser of some sort (or synthesizer
> for those of you in the US).
> I've found lots of stuff about getting ROS to play sounds or to say text
> via a text-to-speech synth but I'm drawing a bit of a blank on something
> that is more musical.
> Before I go to the trouble of connecting ROS to something like
> Supercollider or Fluidsynth, I was just wondering if anyone here knew of
> work already being done in this direction. My Google-fu is kinda failing me
> on this one.
> Cheers!
> - Raymond
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