Korg NanoKontrol abstraction
I rise out from the ashes my super patch. Here it is for you all, the ultimate sampler patch for the korg nanokontrol :
Open "sceneSample". You just need to replace the filenames in the smp boxes with yours. There is a sensivity slider at the right side of the orange knob now. Feel free to share it. It is a super cheap controler turned into a sampler with the ability to change the pitch, the volume and loop or trigger the sample. If nothing is triggered, the pitch comes back to his original value.
Symbol to float conversion
Hi Sophie, try this:
MIDI Clock object?
/me reporting back: it's working on my setup (linux, midi slave), but I modified the patch (divided the clock by 4 = bpm & round the value). the
[timer] output is not stable (midi protocol, I don't know). do we need to average the output to have a stable bpm... not sure.
Array logarithmic x-scale
I am finishing up my comparative EQ with visual feedback (FFT analysis) and I was able to make my FFT "screens" (arrays) logarithmic. The problem is that my EQ is based on the I03 patch in the audio examples folder, which is linear. I assume I have to introduce some kind of anti log feature in the patch in order to make the Gain array match up with the FFT arrays. Any ideas of how to do this?
Thank you very much!
Problems playing audio file
Maelstrom, thanks for your quick reply.
I've tried playing the audio file in a slightly different way (see attached file). It's loading and playing the whole thing, but it's about double the speed it should be.
Basically I'm trying to play the 12min track without any alterations, then develop the patch so that data from a kinect will control some parameters of its playback (like speed, eq and reverb).
Should I be using [tabplay~] instead of [tabread4~], or is there a more suitable object you could recommend?
Thanks again (having trouble uploading the pd patch so I've uploaded through Rapidshare).