I am a designer, and on Wednesday, I am presenting/demonstrating a sound project I worked on last year with a developer at a conference. The project ran off a Pure Data patch on a Raspberry Pi, and the program used a digital weighing scales to trigger samples from readings. Unfortunately a couple of days ago my Pi's SD card corrupted, and I have been unable to compile a new one or get anything working. The developer I worked with is unavailable, so I'm in need of some help from someone who knows about Pure Data/Max and Raspberry Pis too.
What I do have, is a backup of the folder of Pure Data patches that went onto the SD. I want to get the program running on my Macbook through the Pure Data application, rather than the Pi like before. But I don't know a single useful thing about how to turn this folder of patches and script into a working program like the one I had on the Pi, so would like to be able to send someone my files, and see if they can either compile them somehow so it works for me, or give me instructions on how to get it going. If its possible to work this out, I need to try and get it done over the next 24 hours in prep for the talk.
I have a strong feeling this is something that would be really simple for someone who knows what they're doing, and would only take a couple of hours. The patches look exactly the same as how they looked when opened on the Pi, and it worked absolutely fine on there. BUT, I'm not 100% it is possible to run these patches on my Mac for compatibility reasons.
If you think this is something you can work on with me, get in touch and I can give you more information. Would really really appreciate this.