• cfry

    @emviveros Looking at WiringPi, it seems good but how do you get it to talk with Pd?

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  • cfry

    @JMC64 said:

    Yes it works very well. I own 2 of them. It also react very well with OSC protocol. I made a Drum machine based on it:
    The interface is on my main PC developed in Python + WxPython and the Terminal module is in my rack.. I have a fully flexible drum machine. I can share the patch + code if anyone is interested.

    Hi, I am exploring this now, looking at the terminal tedium code.

    I wish to accomplish a very simple thing, just add a PIR sensor and get the reading in to Pd.

    However I would like to add this function to an existing RPI OS (Patchbox Os) already set up to run a specific Pd patch using a multichannel USB card and I am a bit worried that if I just dive in and follow the instructions for setting up tedium on linux I will mess up the OS configuration.

    Could you give me a hint on where to start?

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  • cfry

    Hi,

    I would like to hook up a usb joystick to Vanilla Pd (i.e. not pd-extended), what object and/or external should I use?

    Thanks!

    EDIT: [hid] works like a charm.

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  • cfry

    I went along with zexy lib and it worked without any problems (except that the rpi does not know what time it is when it wakes up). Thanks!

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  • cfry

    @jameslo seems very interesting. My current piece is already installed and running but I will try it out asap. Thanks for letting me know!

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  • cfry

    I kind of assume that this is not possible, that is what my googling points towards, but...

    Can you set the playback speed of readsf~?

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  • cfry

    Thanks, are there any pros and cons between these 3 solutions? I usually work on a mac but the installation will be using a rpi. So optimally it should work on both systems.

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  • cfry

    Hi,

    I am setting up an installation and would like to inactivate the sound during off hours, night time. I am on a Raspberry pi 3 B+. How would I do this?

    Cheers.

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  • 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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