• alexandros

    One week left for the call to close. No extension will be made...

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    I guess [array get] could be helpful. You could query a certain number of elements, and if a series of them are 0, then you've reached the point where the sound stops. If I understand correctly...

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    [threshold~]?

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    libpd works with vanilla native objects. There's some procedure to include externals, I think you have to compile libpd with the externals you want to use, but I'm not sure, never used libpd.
    The point is that libpd will actually create C# code which you can use in your Android app, so there's no external executable that will work with Android. You'll need an external that works with your OS. If you're on a Mac, then .pd_darwin is what you need (or .d_fat).

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    why would you need unique names for sub-patches? If two sub-patches are identical, then they should be used as abstractions instead. That's what an abstraction is for, re-use of code.

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  • alexandros

    Trying out some things with this expression, it seems to me that all this part does asin(sin(x *(pi/2))) is to map values between -1 and 1 to a range between -90 and 90. Calculating this part sin(x*(pi/2)) with values for x between -1 and 1, and using an arcsin calculator, for -1 I got -90, for -0.5 I got almost -45, for 0 I got 0, for 0.5 I got almost 45, and for 1 I got 90.
    So, if you're using values for x between -1 and 1, you could probably replace this with a mapped version of x, and the whole thing could be written like this:
    arcsin_replacement.png

    Otherwise, if you want to use [expr], you should save the 'pi' value to a [value pi] (also abbreviated [v pi], where 'pi' is the argument), and then use it in [expr] with its variable name. Mind though that [expr~] is pretty CPU hungry, especially when it comes to hardware like the Organelle.

    I might be wrong about the whole arcsin thing though...

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    Pd won't search subdirectories, but since 'extra' is in Pd's search path, you can do this [bob~/output~] and it will work.

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    there's no vanilla counter, so you're probably trying to use an external (maybe [cyclone/counter]) without specifying which library it belongs to, or without setting the library's path in Pd's search paths.

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    adding a [spigot 1] that bangs a 0 sent to its right inlet and a [del] with the amount of time you want for debouncing should do it, I guess...

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  • alexandros

    Pd-vanilla has no [comport] equivalent, so you'll have to go with that. Why still use extended which is no longer supported? Did you try using three [comport]s with vanilla?
    If you still get the same problem then maybe you'll need to have the additional Teensys work as slaves to one of the two Teensys connected to your computer and send data via SPI.

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  • alexandros

    Open call for live acts and workshops for the sixth edition of Electric Nights in Athens!
    Deadline is the 1st of December, the festival runs on the 2nd and 3rd of March 2018!
    http://www.medeaelectronique.com/electricnights/

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    @LiamG I've promised a wiki that I haven't yet made, due to not enough time. Hopefully it will be up before the actual workshop so also participants can look it up for further development, apart from what they're going to do in the workshop.

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    3dPd workshop in Athens!
    Prototyping and finalizing modules for the 3dPd system!
    Starting 2nd of December.

    More info here http://www.spaceunder.com/education/modular-synthesizer/
    3dPd demo

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  • alexandros

    Sometimes I get the forum laid out like the screen shot you posted, but usually refreshing the page fixes it...

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    None of the two versions work? The full message on the right is different than that on the left. The message on the left results in sed -i '' 's/pass/contrasena/g' Users/myname/prueba2.txt which the first message is sudo sed -i '' 's/cuenta/cosa/g' /Users/myname/prueba2.txt
    Notice that the message you construct with [pack] doesn't include the root directory, it tries to find a file in Users/myname/ instead of /Users/myname/

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    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])

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

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    @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.

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  • 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...

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  • 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.

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