Howdy, I have big updates to the ELSE library and my Live Electronics Tutorial!
Raspberry Pi binaries for ELSE are still missing, but it'll be up soon. Find available releases on github while they don't show up in deken.: https://github.com/porres/pd-else/releases/tag/v1.0-beta18
There are 30 new objects in ELSE. This is the first release over 300 objects and there's already 324 of them! I'm shocked on how much it's growing... I realize now how this library is unique in the number of objects towards DSP and audio processing. There are 219 tilde objects, that's more objects than Pd itself has, or all of cyclone...
So, what's the most exciting new stuff?
There's a bunch of reverb objects here - [mono.rev~], [stereo.rev~], [echo.rev~], [giga.rev~], [free.rev~] (check also [fdn.rev~] which wasn't really ready).
There are a few dynamic processors as well: [compress~], [duck~] and [expand~].
A couple of FX like [chorus~] and [phaser~].
A [spectrograph~] object.
Some objects that deal with lists ([regroup], [pick], [sort], [scramble], [merge], [unmerge] & [rand.seq]).
A [trigger2] object that behaves like [trigegr] in Purr Data and Max, that people from time to time request to be in Pd as well (if Pd's trigger includes such functionalities, I'll delete this object).
Check complete changelog here: https://github.com/porres/pd-else/releases/tag/v1.0-beta18 . As usual, I have breaking changes while we're at the beta stage.
As for my Live Electronics tutorial, which is based on this library, most of the changes reflect the new objects from the ELSE library. So then, most importantly, the reverb section just got a major upgrade. I'm also now including an appendix with s quick start on Data Structures! Check it out at https://github.com/porres/Live-Electronic-Music-Tutorial/releases/tag/v1.0-beta-8