• alexandros

    You can use a [sel 100] to initiate your algorithm and just prepend 100 to your list (since it will have been absorbed by [sel])

    posted in technical issues read more
  • alexandros

    This sounds strange. Finding it in the browser means you have set its path to Pd's preferences, right?

    posted in technical issues read more
  • alexandros

    @nineofkings [onebang] can be easily implemented as a vanilla abstraction. In fact there's [once] (I think from iemlib library) which is a vanilla abstraction. You can use a [spigot 1] to let the bang through, and then close that [spigot]. You can use a right inlet in the abstraction to open the [spigot], hence reset the abstraction.

    posted in technical issues read more
  • alexandros

    Strange... Jack is an audio server mostly used in Linux (where you have to specify whether you need Jack support when compiling Pd from source). Does the audio work? Check your preferences, maybe for some reason Jack is selected as the default audio server. If you change that the error message could go away.
    0.48-0 has just been released after 8 test versions and the whole thing is on fire... If this error persists you're more likely to get an answer from Pd's mailing list. Be sure though to first check the archives since other people might have already faced the same problem...

    posted in technical issues read more
  • alexandros

    Well, using Pd-extended which is no longer maintained could cause a bunch of bugs that will never be solved. The new vanilla 0.48-0 has just been released, and it's the second release that has the deken-plugin built-in. I suggest you switch to vanilla, or at leasy purr-data, since they are actively developed and maintained.

    posted in technical issues read more
  • alexandros

    I guess you're launching Pd with the -verbose flag, right? Pd can find most of the packages it's looking for after a few attempts in various directories in your system.
    If you check, it first looks for libdir.pd_darwin and finds it, then for list.pd_darwin and finds it, then for extra.pd_darwin which it doesn't seem to find, and then goes on to find extra-meta.pd which it finds. Then it finds pdlua.pd_darwin, and then it looks for tclpd.pd_darwin, but we can't see if it's found cause you didn't post the whole message.

    In the beginning it prints that there are 0 channels set for input and output. That could probably explain why there's no sound...
    Can you post the exact way you're launching Pd? Or any saved flags in Preferences -> Startup... ?

    What are you trying to do exactly? Also, why are you still using extended? It has been officially declared non-maintained and the whole Pd community has shifted to vanilla with the "new" deken-plugin for externals installation.

    posted in technical issues read more
  • alexandros

    I've made a looper for chapter 9 of my book "Digital Electornics for Musicians", using Pd and Arduino. The code is open source so you can take a look at it. It's here https://github.com/Apress/digital-electronics-for-musicians

    posted in technical issues read more
  • alexandros

    Behringer has a very cheap interface that has two RCA audio inputs, without pre-amp. It should cost around 30 euros. Pisound is one of the latest sounds cards for the Pi with a stereo jack input and output. This costs around 80 euros though.
    I've been using Focusrite Scarlett sound cards with embedded computers like the Pi or the Odroid (or even my laptop) and Linux in general and they work really great. Of course they're not meant to be embedded, but if you're up for hacking them and tearing them off their housing, they could be an option. I'm using a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 in my 3dPd modular synth, which runs on an Odroid-U3, posted here https://forum.pdpatchrepo.info/topic/10845/3dpd-a-physical-modular-synthesizer-programmed-in-pd-and-arduino

    posted in I/O hardware diyread more
  • alexandros

    @Balwyn I think these issues will go through if reported in Pd's mailing list. That's where Miller is posting. There's already a few threads about the new Pd. I don't think that any developer will ever see your post here.
    BTW, why did you uninstall Pd-0.47.1 to install 0.48.0? Can't they co-exist in your system?

    posted in news read more
  • alexandros

    I've just uploaded all the circuit designs of 3dPd, including parts lists, gerber files, and .png files for DIY etching.
    A wiki on building module hardware will hopefully be up in the next few days!
    https://github.com/alexdrymonitis/modular_synthesizer

    posted in news read more

Internal error.

Oops! Looks like something went wrong!