• weightless

    Actually my patch doesn't work with repetitions (a list of '1 1 1' doesn't even give 1 permutation but instead it just loops forever trying to find a new permutations).

    I think that a way to do it would be to convert the original list to unique floats (so that list 'a b c' becomes '1 2 3'), get all the permutations of that and then scan each permutation and convert each value back to its corresponding original one. In this case, list 'a a a' would give 6 identical permutations. Is that what you are looking for?

    I'm pretty sure it can be done with [list-find] and [list-idx], I'll try and update the patch in the next few days.

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  • weightless

    Hi,
    I'm not sure if this is what you are after, and it's quite slow for longer lists because it uses a very fast [metro] instead of [until] (which crashes pd for some reason), but it works with symbols as well. At the end it creates a text file with the name of the input list in the patch folder with one permutation per line.

    I hope it's of any help.

    list.permutations.zip

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  • weightless

    @beep.beep

    Thank you so much!

    I have just copied the pvoc~.pd_darwin to "Contents/Resources/extras/bsaylor" inside the Pd0.47-1-64bit package and deleted the old "pvoc~.d_fat", and it works! I had to rename your file and add the ~, but it works with no errors this time.

    One thing I'm not so sure about is that originally in the bsaylor folder there were no pd_darwin files for any of the objects, which have .d_fat extensions instead, I wonder why that is? I installed the library from the Help/Find externals menu.

    Screen Shot 2017-04-25 at 09.02.04.png

    Anyway, it's just out of curiosity.
    Thank so much for your help, it made my day!

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  • weightless

    @beep.beep Hi, I have the exact same problem with pvoc~ on macOS sierra and pd vanilla 0.47.1-64bit. I have installed fftw via homebrew and applied the bsaylor_pvoc~.c patch, but I'm having troubles understanding what to do next. I have never compiled an external from the source code and I have no idea how to go about it.
    What kind of changes did you end up making to the makefile, and what do I do with it next?

    Sorry if this is too basic but it's all a bit alien to me. Thanks so much for your help.

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  • weightless

    Thanks David, I missed that thread in my searches.
    It looks a bit more involved than I was hoping for but I'll give it a shot and perhaps ask further questions in that thread.

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  • weightless

    Hi everyone,
    I am trying to move to pd vanilla from extended and I need to adapt some of my patches to work with it. I have installed a few externals through help -> find externals, and I'm having trouble in particular with [bsaylor/pvoc~]. Upon creating the object, I get the message:

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    Does anyone know how to fix this? I'm on os x sierra using pd vanilla 0.47.1-64bit.

    Thanks for your help.

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  • weightless

    @whale-av Thanks, for some reason it was not showing up the first time I typed the object, but now it works!

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  • weightless

    Does anybody know if there is a way to get this object for mac?
    Thanks.

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  • weightless

    Hi there,
    a while ago I made this tap tempo abstraction to use with a delay patch. It averages the last 7 taps and I think is more accurate than just one single tap, but I haven't tested it very much so it might need a bit of tweaking.

    If you are using vanilla you can replace [tabdump] with [array get].

    Hope this helps.

    tap.tempo.pd

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  • weightless

    @whale-av Hi, the manipulation abstraction you posted has the same problem. I think you need to re-set the [f 1e+06] before dripping a new list instead of just clearing the message, otherwise when the first item of a new list bangs the [f] on the right inlet of [min], it will still be the smallest number of the previous list.

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