• Boran Robert

    @Jona Many thanks. Yes i agree with you. I think you need to use something more advance or complicated tricks to do something similar. I need to learn more about Ofelia. I will also check your ideas. Thanks

    Robert

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  • Boran Robert

    Is it possible to have patch where an [expr~ ] object output can modify the [expr~ ] object itself at the level of code functionality ?. Because i am thinking about this idea if it is possible in Pure Data to have objects that can self-modify some parts of other objects or the same objects that started the process ? Thank you very much.

    Robert.

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  • Boran Robert

    0xB105FOOD is an experimental music/texture generator based on the idea of polymorphic bytechip equations. This is a working alpha release.

    patch download :

    BIOSFoodv1.0.zip

    snapshot :

    Snapshot.bmp

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  • Boran Robert

    @Duckett Your welcome. This forum is about exchanging ideas and learning from each other. It is like physics, if you do it alone it doesn't make any sense. So feel free to ask any questions regarding Pure Data. PS: Reaktor is very powerful and useful so this will only help you with Pure Data,

    Robert

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  • Boran Robert

    @Duckett You should start with Pure Data Vanilla first. When you know the programming language environment, then you can switch to Pure Data extended or Purr Data or Pure Data on Raspberry etc. I do not recommend jumping into a fork version of Pure Data full of many libraries because this can lead to confusion. With Pure Data Vanilla you can build externals, so you can add very complicated objects by yourself to do anything you want (but this is for a later objective). Also i recommend that you first try to use only Pure Data. Connecting Pure Data to other tools is possible but this is not fundamental. Start small and simple then go crazy and optimize and change what you know. A little note about the GUI of Pure Data Vanilla. The idea of the GUI is very smart. You can build your own GUI in a very fancy way but it requires a lot of UI knowledge (not fundamental). Here is an example snapshot of a GUI that i made with Pure Data Vanilla.

    Here is something for you start with in Pure Data :

    SMHH1.bmp

    Here is a more advance GUI using Pure Data extended
    You could also make this in Pure Data if you want :

    SMT1.png

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  • Boran Robert

    @Jona Thanks again for the idea. This concept can be extended into something really interesting. I was thinking that it is possible to connect a counter that counts N steps and at different steps could replace the values of a particular parameter in a sequential manner with a specific pattern parameter. So you have a polymorphic formula where each parameter $f2,$f3,$f4 is replace by a pattern sequence at different steps. The pattern sequence loading into the formula can be started at a random step in one of the sequencers. Or modulated by other sequencers to be set at a specific step. So you could have one of the sequencers to decide the step value for another sequencer. You could use the gap between steps to hold a specific value in the formula.

    <this is just one sequence for one parameter >
    [counter]
    |
    [sel 0 1 2 3 4]
    |
    [2] <- at step 0 send a message to $f2 ; at step 1 send a different message to $f2 ...
    |  
    [expr~ ($v1 & $v1 % 255) - ($v1 * $f2 & $v1 >> $f3 & $v1 >> $f4]
    

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  • Boran Robert

    Here is a patch that makes a small improvement over the Bytechip music idea.

    patch download :
    Bytechip Automaton.zip

    snapshot :
    SLIK1.bmp

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  • Boran Robert

    Thanks to @Jona inspirational idea about the subject and others i came up with this
    fuzzy Bytechip musical formulas using [Expr~] object and bitwise operations.

    patch download :
    ByteChipv1.pd

    @Jona patch download :
    1583675931651-bitshift_sound.pd

    SFr1.bmp

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  • Boran Robert

    I have been playing a little bit with many ideas from you guys. And thanks to @Jona inspirational idea i came up with this Bytechip music formulas. This can be further extended to pink insanity :

    SFr1.bmp

    @Jona patch download :
    1583675931651-bitshift_sound.pd

    patch download :
    ByteChipv1.pd

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