• CrouchingPython

    Just an easy one for now.... I'm watching YT tutorial on PureData, hearing it fine. Trying to output sound from my patch, and hearing nothing. Tested the midi and hearing notes there, so I'm wondering if audio on YT is somehow blocking the midi output? Crazy thought, but....

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  • CrouchingPython

    And I've actually got a MIDI controller right here, the Arturia Minilab mkII. I've chosen it on channel 1 as input and output, but not getting any sound. Sorry to be such a noob, but it's my first time with a MIDI controller and just learning Pd....

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  • CrouchingPython

    @Load074 Derp. I remembered last night that he had set up a virtual synth on his Mac two videos before this (FM8). Doh! Wondering if there is a Win10 equivalent somewhere, and how to hook it up.... Thanks for the response!

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  • CrouchingPython

    So a question on this.... I'm using PurrData and following Cheetomoskeeto's series of tutorials on YT. I'm on #7, Making It Work, which is about making a simple sequencer. I think I've done everything right, but not getting any sound. Sound is working, and I have DSP turned on.
    Is there some difference between PD-Extended, which the author is using in a tute recorded in 2009, and PurrData, that could be causing this problem?

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  • CrouchingPython

    @EEight Thanks! Got it dl'ed and ready to rock.

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  • CrouchingPython

    Just getting into PD. I teach computer science in the middle school and do several related things, like music programming with Sonic Pi, art, etc. It looks like PD is what I need to stitch all these disparate things together.

    So I'm using vanilla PD. Should I get the extended version, and which is the best one for Windows 10?

    TIA,
    Bob Irving
    Porter-Gaud School
    Charleston, SC

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