• Balwyn

    @ingox I was warning about the act of editing the pure data file in a text editor

    @nuromantix said:

    Ah in case anybody else cares, I figured out you can just open the patch as a text file and change the order of the objects that way. Objects defined earlier go behind objects defined later.

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  • Balwyn

    cutting, pasting or re-ordering the *.pd file with a text editor will probably mess up the connection order and may even prevent the file opening

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  • Balwyn

    i do it like this

    Edit: I think the -s flag is necessary
    image.png

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  • Balwyn

    Added fm_lead, if that is the sort of thing you are after
    demos-rev2.pd

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  • Balwyn

    If you want vibrato you need to continuously add to the input frequency of the note to play
    And as midi is control domain not audio you need to take a snapshot of the LFO to convert to control domain
    vib.pd

    image.png

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  • Balwyn

    [list length]
    is what you need

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  • Balwyn

    Or you could hide a bang at each end of the slider to nudge the value and use the centre area of the slider to scroll ( there will be a dead zone for scrolling at each end where the bang takes the focus)
    nudge-slider.pd
    image.png

    Edit:
    Weirdly nudging to a lower value, steps 2, but changing the message [-1( to -0.5 fixes that

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  • Balwyn

    If you hold the shift when sliding you get a finer adjustment

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  • Balwyn

    rename the array to $0-wavemon and the tabwrite to [tabwrite~ $0-wavemon]
    image.png .
    The $0 (dollar zero) represents a unique number each time the abstraction is instantiated

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  • 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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