• alexandros

    You're not showing the rest of the patch which is where the actual problem occurs, but I guess you can threshold it and use [change]. So, something like this:

    [comport]
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    [> 100] <- this value is an example, don't know what you get when you're within your desired distance
    |
    [change]
    |
    [sel 1] <- this will trigger your sound
    

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  • alexandros

    doesn't sudo apt-get install puredata work?
    Also, if you download the latest Pd version, it includes an INSTALL.txt file which explains the whole procedure to compile from source. I have compiled Pd on a Pi many times without a problem.

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  • alexandros

    How about using [ggee/shell] to get a list of devices on /media/pi? If you have only one USB stick plugged in, then ls /media/pi should return only that. Then you can use the returned name and search files there, like open /media/pi/usb_drive/file1.wav for example.
    Though you probably won't be able to use [shell[ in Bela, as it's not vanilla.

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  • alexandros

    Both abstraction here provide a resonant filter. These abstractions are a wrapper around Mike-Moser Booth's [filtercoeff.mmb~] and [biquad.mmb~] abstractions eliminating the use of [expr~].
    Don't know if it's what you're looking for, but they are vanilla and can definitely run on a Bela.

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  • alexandros

    Thanks, but there's no link...

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  • alexandros

    Can you share the Arduino code?

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  • alexandros

    the iemguts library inlcudes the [oreceive] object which can have its receive name set dynamically. You can also define the reception order in case you have more than one [oreceive]s with the same name.

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  • alexandros

    In [pd~]'s help patch it writes pd~ start pd~-maypatchname.pd(
    Did you miss the pd~ part attached to the name of the patch?

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  • alexandros

    What about your package manager?

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  • alexandros

    That's exactly what I was looking for, thanks!

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