Based on Ubuntu and Debian Live, puredyne is a Linux live distribution dedicated to live audiovisual processing and streaming, and focuses largely on the Pure Data audio synthesis system, although it also includes SuperCollider, Csound as well as live video-processing systems such as Packet Forth and Fluxus. Another aspect of pure:dyne is that it is maintained by media artists for media artists. The system provides particular optimizations at the kernel and compilation level to take the most out of i686 machines for real-time audio and video. As a consequence, this operating system is well suited for live performances and art installations. The modular aspect makes it easy for artists to customize and deploy it quickly to their own project needs.
Puredyne is a live distribution, you don’t need to install anything . Simply boot your computer using the live USB or CD and you’re ready to start using software such as Pure Data, Supercollider, Icecast, Csound, Fluxus, Processing, Arduino and more. Read more. But If you want to have Puredyne in your hard drive, simply run the live cd and go to Menu–> System–> Install puredyne then follow the installation steps (same as ubuntu)
The lastest release is 9.11 and was released the 2nd of April (Read the announcement). You can see our video tour for Puredyne 9.11 :
Or see Puredyne 9.11 screenshots tour :
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