Yeah I understand that if working with computers all day it is not fun to do so in the evening.
But look at it in this perspective:
- To use Axoloti you also need a computer to build the patch for the djing.
- You would need a control surface, a midi controller or something like it to use Axo in stand alone mode, once the patch is finished, to move it away form computer.
So no matter what, you will need to deal with computers.
For Pure Data:
- Yes you need to deal with a computer.
- You also need a control surface a midi controller to use the patch once you finished it.
You can get a Raspberry Pi 3 or 4? It will take some work to get it going, but once you got it working it can work in purely stand alone mode.
Here is an example of a sample player, which is pretty extensive. It will take some work to build something like this, it is not simple to do so, but it is just an example of what you can do with Pure Data and a little bit of creativity:
Download latest Pure Data from here:
Learn about it here, these are basic tutorials, to understand the basics. This is a whole series of PD tutorials:
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