• Balwyn

    500 refers to index 500 not 500ms. in the example the array size is 1000, so start half way, generally audio makes very large arrays, therefore a very large number is required

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  • Balwyn

    on windows and linux right mouse click brings up a menu for help, I'm not quite sure about macs (option click?)
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  • Balwyn

    This may work for missing filenames in an abstraction, if there is no symbol a bang is passed to the rejection outlet otherwise the symbol passes through
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  • Balwyn

    @RayManiac a bit remiss of me not to mention a minus frequency value will play in reverse.
    better late than never

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  • Balwyn

    So, Purr Data has a dropdown list object. and very nice too!

    Here is a vanilla effort using hsliders
    its colourable - good
    its width can be set - good
    the list will eventually cause a scrollbar if it runs off the bottom of the patch but require another event to cause it - bad good
    its list is not scrollable - bad
    it can only list symbols - bad
    it needs all 5 arguments to instantiate - bad
    and worst of all it need a local copy of the abstraction to be edited with the name of the main patch - -bad bad

    I wasn't going to upload this but its quiet here, so here it is, it might be useful
    Cheers
    Balwyn

    droplist.zip

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  • Balwyn

    use tabread4~ with a soundfiler, array and phasor~
    The output from soundfiler is the size of the audio file, the phasor~ multiplies this with a value between 0 and 1 to create an index for tabread4~ to play at the speed of the phasor~ frequency
    play speed.zip
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  • Balwyn

    use deken to install the iemgui library to your externals directory you will also have to add iemgui to your startup preferences

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  • Balwyn

    @ddw_music is right!
    @cfry I didn't read your question properly, you should turn your subpatch into an abstraction then each instance will have a unique feedback loop using the $0 prefix

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  • Balwyn

    this should work
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  • Balwyn

    Here is a way to convert rgb to struct colours
    rgb-struct-col.pd
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