I've been building some simple things and learning my way around PD vanilla. All in all it's a very nice system especially for free.
One thing that isn't working is creating windows for granular and FFT processing. I follow the exact patching from the tutorials that are included in the documentation. These things usually rely on "loadbang" for writing a single cycle of cosine to a table, buffer, etc. When I set this up I always still have to have to draw the table by hand. The filtering that I'm doing is working just fine, but I'm curious what I'm doing wrong. I've added a manual "bang" to write the table, calculate the size, etc, as well, but no luck. Usually I end up with nothing in the table.
I've had the same issue with granular synthesis. Even if I use a cos~ table that's offset and driven by a phasor~ I get clicks out the wahoo. This has happened even when just opening full patches that were made by the guy who wrote the software.
Anyhow. I'm finding workarounds for everything anyway, so hopefully things won't stay weird. It just seems like my system is acting screwy. I'm happy to try anything at this point as I'm looking forward to setting up my spare rPi as a standalone host for pd. Right now I'm just diddling around on my old 3930k windows 7 system so I don't get too carried away when I start trying to move things over to the Pi.
Thanks for any help,