• cfry

    @ingox said:

    @cfry [makefilename %03d] creates a symbol with leading zeros:
    Bildschirmfoto vom 2021-06-20 12-16-30.png

    I pick this solution, less cables and less screen real estate. And I may be using over hundred files. Great with all the other examples too. :)

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  • cfry

    Hi,

    I would like to play a list of files named mysound-001.wav, mysound-002.wav, etc

    This works if the files are numbered mysound-1.wav, mysound-2.wav, i.e. skipping the zeros:

    ![Skärmavbild 2021-06-20 kl. 11.47.51.png](uploading 100%)

    But I can not figure out how to make the message sent include the zeros. I assume you need to make a symbol and then insert that in the message. :/

    Cheers

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  • cfry

    @whale-av

    Thanks! I actually started to think about switch~ later on.

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  • cfry

    ...could you somehow? I have some quite long wavefiles and I would prefer to not load them as tables.

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  • cfry

    Thanks, that is what I'll do, I just want to understand how it works. Ill try again in a few days.

    I also received some instructions on how to install a backport of Pd on Patchbox OS. It did not succeed, I assume I did something wrong.

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  • cfry

    How does deken work? Will the search results differ depending on what version of Pure data you have installed? Or is the only difference what type of OS you use?

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  • cfry

    thanks, comport worked. But not the others. To get the other externals I have to compile them, right? Just copying them to the externals folder did not work.

    Another question, what do I loose out on if I stick with Pd 0.50.2-3, instead of the latest?

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  • cfry

    Hi!

    I successfully installed Patchbox OS:

    [Beta] Patchbox OS image 2020-11-23

    with Pd 0.50.2 installed

    Works like a charm so far! External USB sound card works, headless autostart with chosen pd patch, audio works fine. Almost seems too good to be true.

    Now I would like to install convolve_tilde and timbreID that can be found at GitHub I can not find William Brents webpage anymore.

    Eventually I would like to install comport as well.

    I installed the latest deken-plugin I could find (v0.7.8) through Find externals but I can not find anyone of those three externals.

    What do I need to do to get them? Do I need to install the latest Pd version?

    I do not have the skills to compile from source, yet. For now I just want to understand my options.

    Thanks a lot!

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  • cfry

    @JMC64 what Os do you use on the Rp3?

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  • cfry

    Hi,
    I am installing Pd on a Raspberry Pi running Buster, the default 32-bit install installed Pd Vanilla through the system Add/Remove Software, which turned out to be Pd 0.49.

    I checked out this guide but it is for purr data.

    How should I do to get the latest vanilla version? Hopefully I can install all needed externals through deken.

    And, is there a better Os install than default Buster? I aim to run the Pi headless.

    Thanks!

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