• brendanmac

    Thanks, i'll test this later today ;)

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  • brendanmac

    Hallo
    Do any of you fine people have a patch to share, to control the LEDs in response to simple touch n the Novatin Launchpad? I am able to light and dim individual pads in turn, but I'm struggling to make it polyphonic, i.e. control multiple LEDs on and off.

    Thanks

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  • brendanmac

    (I should have said that this triggers one selected toggle ON, and triggers all others OFF, which is what I was after)

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  • brendanmac

    Okay, this works for me, and seems extensible but I'm going to bed now.

    solo-mute-seq2.pd
    solo-mute.png

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  • brendanmac

    Hi
    I've had a search through the forum, using a number of terms/topics, and haven't found a solution: I'm using radio buttons object to selectively solo (and) mute audio outputs. A simple synth with preset sawtooth, square and FM sources. I would like the user to choose sound sources but the logic has got me screwed up, and it's late. You can see from the patch that I'm headed for a headache ;) Stated simply, how can I use the integer output from [hradio] to sequentially send a 1 and a 0 to specific destinations? I thought [trigger] was my friend in this situation. But she isn't.

    Thanks
    Brendan
    solo-mute-seq.pd

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  • brendanmac

    Your web resources are amazing! The 'VCOs in PD' tutorial helped me solve another PD problem I had too ;)

    Thanks

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  • brendanmac

    Thanks Alexandros, I will check out those links.

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  • brendanmac

    I cannot speak for vanilla PD, but [comport] works for me under Windows 10, with Purr Data. Sorry not to have more detailed advice. I should add that this particular machine is running a non-updated version of Windows 10 (i.e. bought about 18 months ago), and it works both with official and clone (ch340g) Arduino boards.

    Brendan

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  • brendanmac

    Just replying for myself here: Serial.println() and [sel 13 10] are the simple requirements. I would hwoever like to achieve this using vanilla objects too, whcih I guess is a little more heavy handed, but at least this works.

    Apologies for the noise.

    BrendanScreen Shot 2018-09-27 at 10.10.48.png

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    Hi
    Since recently abandoning Max and Windows, I feel like I have regressed in knowledge. I am trying to parse two sensor streams (from Arduino) in PD. The main issue I have appears to be how to build and decipher lists. In my test sketch and patch I'm sending two static values, and I need to separate them out in PD. I tried using header values for each sensor, but I'm missing something fundamental. How do I send a bundle of discrete values to PD, and how should I then parse them?

    Many thanks
    Brendan
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