• 4ZZ4

    @jyg i'd suggest installing another os for this like BSD or Linux, i had similar problems on windows 10, and i tried jack and ASIO4ALL, and had some success, but i was a pain to deal with, now i uninstalled windows and installed linux, and everything just works, unfa ||https://www.youtube.com/user/unfa00|| has some great videos on jack and sound production on linux.

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    i have checked this page, but it didn't seem to tell me where i should put the plugin file, and what the file extension should be.
    my os is arch linux.

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    @lomz obviously possible, but idk how, don't use mac or windows though.

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    @ingox WHAT!?? expr is using decimal!?? you must have missed something, where did you get that info, no sane real programmer whould ever write a programming language with decimal.

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    @ingox ye, but why would you do that to a computer?

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    @whale-av you have great knowledge, but why would it calculate both? it seems like a stupid feature... it does not do anything. is it to keep the code "stupidly simple" (KISS)?

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    @flight453 i have made an abstraction for this, feel free to use as you like. velocity-senitivity.pd just download it and call it in your patch.

    when you call a patch (or any normal file) in pd through directory traversing in objects, there are some rules (idk if i know all, because i have just stumbled upon them randomly):
    a: to call a patch in the same directory (folder) as your main patch, just type out the name, excluding the ".pd" at the end, so velocity-senitivity.pd becomes velocity-senitivity.
    b: to call a patch inside a directory which is inside the same directory as your main patch, just type the directory name for the directory inside the shared directory, then a "/" and then the filename, again, excluding ".pd", so velocity-senitivity.pd inside the directory "abstractions" which shares the directory with your main patch, becomes abstractions/velocity-senitivity. you can go as many directories in as you like, so abstractions/midi&more/velocity-senitivity
    c: if it is outside your directory type one "." for as many directories you have to go outside and then "./" (yes, that is a "." followed by a "/") and then your patch name, again, excluding ".pd".
    d: you can type what rule "c" says and not entering the patch name, and then type what rule "b" says. here's an example of this in action .../abstractions/midi&more/velocity-senitivity, so the ".../" means that you shold go back 2 directories, and "abstractions/midi&more/" means that you should go inside the folder "abstractions", and then "midi&more", and "velocity-senitivity" is the the patch that you want to use.
    e: just typing out the full directory, again excluding the ".pd"

    you'r welcome :D

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    @ddw_music genius, i tested this on paper and it works 100%

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