• Balwyn

    ArguScore
    A creation argument only object driven system for instant music making
    Objects so far:
    Required:
    globaltimer - outputs a 10ms bang to drive all objects
    globalsync - resets all objects to zero or start
    audio~ - dac~ catcher~ for all throws~, output level, mute

    Sound Objects
    By default sound objects start playing at the bpm of the first argument
    basspump - args - bpm note distortion duration
    wood - args - bpm note duration
    tremsaw - args - bpm note vibrato distortion duration
    tremsine - args - bpm note vibrato noise duration
    noisy - args - bpm note vcfq duration

    Effect Objects
    sqr - args - 16 required(0 or 1) bpm (starts playing by default), overides sound objects autoplay, 2 optional args for cursor offset and pitch if font different has 16 outlets to send 0 or 1
    echo-delay-bpm args - bpm feedback(0 to 100) level(0 to 100)
    echo-delay-ms - args - millisecs feedback(0 to 100) level(0 to 100)
    pan-level  - args - pan (-100 to 100) level (0 to 100);
    start-delay-secs - args - seconds (delays the autostart of the connected object)
    start-delay-bpm - args - bpm (delays the autostart of the connected object)
    isolator - sits between two sqr's and sends a signal to start/stop the receiving sqr;
    seqnotes - four pairs of note & velocity that receive sqr ones to fire a connected sound object   
    Cheers
    Balwyn
    arguscore.zip

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    @LiamG Wow!, I've just downloaded Context and got it all working, What huge project and really well presented. You must be immensely proud. And then as foray into data structures you go for bezier curves, phew!, I'm impressed.
    Cheers
    Balwyn

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    A one or zero to the inlet of [plot] will show or hide the elements although they still retain their value, is that any use?

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    @jona I forgot to mention I really like the idea

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    But [int] will remove the fractional part so 54.23 = 54 and 54.30 = 54

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    @Glhd2 maybe

    [int]
    |
    [change]

    to filter the range to one value

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    @jona Hi, I have looked at your patch and revised $0-cell to what I understand you are trying to create, its not 100% because there is a dead spot in the horizontal middle (that I think can be easily be fixed with another vertical drawpolygon in the back colour in the centre of the box).
    This seems to work by constraining each vertex to a fixed position in the second set of brackets where each side of the colon is the same (eg (0:19)(19:19), and creates an 8x8 pixel hotspot around the vertex, that leave a 3 pixel dead spot in the middle. The first brackets contain the mouse constraints of the box.

    drawnumber_test-revised.pd

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    I think the easiest way is array to array
    cropper.zip

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    I think this maybe a solution, it worked for me, you need to change the loop_on_off to value less than one to fade/echo or one for a sound on sound loop
    https://guitarextended.wordpress.com/2013/08/05/making-a-looper-with-pure-data/

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    Here is something I made recently, It hasn't really turned out as I expected but its usable and entertaining. An external GM synth is required and there is an integrated manual.
    Load pod-score-demo.pd for more info.

    pod.zip

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