Hi, I’d like to introduce a private project of mine: patchshare.co
It’s kind of a ‘modern’ approach to the classic patchbook - a way to store modular patches and share them with others online.
Using YAML language you can build racks from modules, you can patch virtual cables and set states of GUI elements such as sliders, toggles and dials. In addition, you can also set displays to show which preset or script you were using in the patch and you can add external files such as audio, midi or scripts via external links (as of now, to save server traffic I haven’t included file uploads, yet). A render engine turns those YML files into SVG images that can be embedded online or used for printing. Starting as a personal tool to store my own patches, I made it publicly available today.
I invite everyone to give it a try and give her feedback - I know that there’s so much stuff to do to make it useful and useable for everyone. As of now, the module library is pretty empty since it’s just the modules I use personally, but if you are a bit of a nerd, you can easily add your own modules Here’s a small example patch and here you can see all the components you can use to build your own modules.