• leech

    Hi, there I followed the tutorial in the link you posted, I can see the status is "active (running)" but I can't hear anything from the output and also I set up a log file -as in the tutorial - to write on but it's not writing anything (the files is not even there)

    Here's a couple of screenshots.

    Any idea?

    screen1.png

    screen2.png

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  • leech

    ok thanks!

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  • leech

    Hi, I just found the (silly) error. I'll post the code as I didn't see it in the examples and might be useful to somebody else. Using pyOsc you append values to the message. This means that they keep accumulating in the list you are sending unless you delete them with clearData()

        oscmsg1.append(int(val1))
        c.send(oscmsg1)
        oscmsg1.clearData()
    

    On 0.46.2 if I try Jack audio it returns this error:

    JACKerror: Cannot connect to server socket err = No such file or directory
    JACKerror: Cannot connect to server request channel
    

    do you know any way to have it working?

    Thanks

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  • leech

    Hi= again, I'm sending OSC messages via python script. After working for a few seconds pd returns this error:

    oscparse: OSC message ended prematurely
    

    I am sending 2 integer values in range 50 -800 to /addr1 and /addr2 but this shouldn't be the issue as it's working for a while at the beginning. I'm sending them quite fast (from a

    while True:
    

    , maybe it's an issue related to this?

    Any idea?

    thanks!!

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  • leech

    Thanks! all working now :)

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  • leech

    hi..ok I think I undertsand a bit..I made few boxes to send but I get the error: "unpack:type mismatch". also, I was wondering about the leading slashes. Do I need them anywhere? thanks!

    test.png

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  • leech

    ok, I was hoping for this to be straight away but it's not so I'll get rid of mrpeach and use oscformat within 0.46.2 (there are still issues with noise when DSP in turned on and the only working audio setting is ALSA, the other are crashing or terrible)
    However I saw in the help there's only an example about sending osc messages. Can you help me translating this patch in the image with the new objects please? thanks

    Untitled.png

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  • leech

    Hi,

    thanks for the info. I installed the arm version but I can't run it (the executable in /bin doesn't do nothing). How should I run it from the terminal? Writing pd or puredata doesn't do nothing (while instead it was working with the 0.46 version). I am on Raspberry 3. However the audio issue was only within pd. turning on DSP would produce noise in output. audio from other sources is good.

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  • leech

    ok. I managed to install pd-extended (although it looks like there's no GEM in it). it's working fine except that when I turn on DSP there's a really bad noise in the background. When playing sounds within pure data is fine, you can't hear it but I was wondering if it's a matter of settings (using ALSA right now) and if you have any suggestion..?

    thanks!

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  • leech

    the ARM tar will throw an error when uncompressing. I tried to follow the instruction for vanilla 0.47:

    "On linux, for example, cdto src and type "make -f makefile.gnu". You can then run directly out of the
    pd/bin directory without even having to do the "install" step."

    how do I run it? the executable in /bin doesn't do nothing and typing puredata in the terminal will result in a' command not found'.

    I tried to follow these (http://puredata.info/docs/faq/debian) steps to get the pd-extended but when I get to the "sudo apt-get install pd-extended" I get something like "pd-extended doesn't exists"

    If you could just link me where to download the mrpeach library and how to put it in vanilla 0.46.2 that is more than enough.

    thanks

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