I have recently installed Pure Data. Please can I have an indication where to download the file VirtualSoundLibraryPd.zip for the Virtual Sound library
Virtual Sound library
@Pietro Google has no results for the "Virtual Sound Library" for Pure Data.
Where did you find it (and is it the precise name for what you want to use?)
I found the directions to download the Virtual Sound Library from the Pure Data site in the book - PURE DATA:
ELETTRONIC MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN to manage related objects, but I can't find any trace of them. The requested file is named VirtualSoundLibraryPd.zip
Thanks David of your reply
This library contains PURE DATA objects such as vs.spectroscope~ vs.gain~ and other virtual objects.
@Pietro It seems Mr Francesco Bianchi never wanted to be found.
As it is a paper from 2016 it is likely that it was 32-bit only, unless it was built for Linux.
There are other libraries with such tools though.
In the Pd console go to Help... Find Externals and search for the object name or library you want.
If you search for audiolab you will find a useful library for audio analysis and visualisation...... you can see visuals of @solipp 's work here..... https://forum.pdpatchrepo.info/topic/12334/audiolab-is-now-available-on-deken
Deken is the tool used by Help..... Find Externals.
@porres 's ELSE library is also full of useful tools....... and has a spectrograph..... https://github.com/porres/pd-else/releases
The ELSE library can be found through Help Find externals too.
There are lots of clever people building stuff for us to enjoy.
Welcome to the forum.....!
PS there is a very pretty spectrograph here........ https://github.com/jpcima/pd-visualization but it needs to be compiled.
Easy for Linux/OSX....... possible for windows if you know how...!
Very well, I understand the problem, they are just old obsolete replaceable libraries, thanks for the answer.
I guess they want this to be found indeed! If I get it, it's for their book, right?