• whale-av

    @Andrew No, you will need Gem. If you are new to Pd then the easiest way to get it running is to download a copy of Pd Extended here......... http://puredata.info/downloads/pd-extended
    That should work "out of the box"..

    If you want to use a newer "Vanilla" version of Pd, and then install Gem, you will find lots of help if you scour this forum.....
    Take care only to follow any instructions that have been posted for your operating system!
    David.

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  • whale-av

    @Andrew Hello Andrew..... and welcome.

    Not in Pure Data. If you want to see it on the screen then Gem is the only way. Even then, if there is audio encoded in the file..... that you want to hear..... then hearing it and syncing it to the video is not so easy.

    I think you should stick with VLC or some other media player.
    You will be able to tell Pure Data to open a video using VLC or some other program though.
    David.

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  • whale-av

    @katz Ah!.... I missed the audio test....... even better.
    And thanks for the heads up on the data order.
    So... late night patching errors from me above..... apologies to all........!
    Corrected, but anyone that might find it useful should double check......
    adsr-g-useful-help.pd
    David.

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  • whale-av

    @katz Very nice!.....

    Is this what you were looking for...... to make the patch really useful?....... if I understood correctly?
    adsr-g-useful.zip ....... message out for [vline~]
    David.
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  • whale-av

    @Lemon Just a thought...
    I run a complete monitor mix in my laptop with Pure Data.
    When I am travelling / working away I always have my laptop with me anyway, so why not? Maybe you do too?
    It is win7, and I use a motu usb card with 32 inputs and 22 outputs..... which is too much for you of course...... and it allows the musicians to be completely wireless on stage (they have wireless packs and wireless in-ear).
    They control their mix from their phones, or I provide tablets..... and we have used the system when accompanied by orchestras as well, to control all of the monitors.

    The point....
    You could run your laptop at the side of stage, as I do, and control everything from your phone using Osc over wi-fi... if you were thinking of a touch screen anyway.
    The only problem I can think of straight away would be a "stomp" switch if you need one, although that could be analogue before the signal is sent off to the soundcard.....
    You would have a greater choice of soundcard as well.......
    David.

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  • whale-av

    @pdunicorn It's a Max-485 or RS-485 chip.
    But ready made shields are available from £2.99 on ebay....... or more £ with XLR connectors.
    "Arduino DMX shield" as a search will find you what you need....
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MAX485-RS-485-Module-converter-For-Arduino-DMX-breadboard-UK-stock-/191633874576?hash=item2c9e44de90:g:ovAAAOSw1vlUrdN6 although this one needs to sit on a wide breadboard.
    David.

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  • whale-av

    @ephemerides So the device is working. But your computer has found it and connected it as a midi device.
    The usb controller is sending midi control change messages. Maybe it can be told to send the messages that you want....... midi notes, program change, nrpn, sysex etc.?

    The messages in terminal show that "a device" was found. Device numbering starts at 0. But which device was found? Maybe your mouse?
    If you can use the data that you are receiving..... as it is....... then just put a [ctlin] object in your patch and use the data received. You will be able to scale it to your requirements in your patch.
    David.

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  • whale-av

    @Lemon £uk 30 will buy you (on ebay...... there is one without bids 53 minutes left) a windows 7 laptop, with screen, keyboard, power supply, trackpad and a 320Gb hard drive.

    You will spend more than £30 on a basic computer (raspberry Pi.....)......... when I say basic, I mean without a power supply, keyboard, screen or trackpad.
    And if you are not familiar with Linux you will have some extra learning to do, and you will need to learn how to communicate with your small computer that has no screen.

    If size and weight are important for your project you will find a lot of help on this forum with all types of computer
    I would recommend learning about Pure Data, following some tutorials, and building your patch(s) on your laptop while at the same time you gather as much info about the options as you can..... before you decide.

    A Pd patch will run on Linux, osx, and windows so you can just load it up on the small computer of your choice when (or if) you decide to buy one.

    For 3 audio inputs or more you will need an external soundcard...... and there is a huge range at reasonable prices that will work with windows 7. You will need to research which ones will work well with the Pi and others.

    David.

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  • whale-av

    @Selorin [+]........
    try this......... shift.pd
    David.
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