• Faranta

    Ah, never mind, I see there's [cyclone/overdrive~] which does the same thing and it works fine 88 times. Thanks.

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  • Faranta

    @LarsXI, I don't understand how this works. The help file for line says it takes a pair of numbers and ramps from one to the other.

    But you're passing it a pair of numbers, and it changes from the current value (which the help file alleges it discards when done) to the first parameter, while using the second parameter as a duration, not a target value. How can this be?

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  • Faranta

    Thanks. That's unfortunate. I tried to make my own logger object that encapsulates print but I don't really understand how creation arguments work properly :(

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  • Faranta

    Sometimes I want to debug and see all my print statements, but most times not

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  • Faranta

    Hey, I tried adding your saturator to my patch and it worked well. Then I tried adding it 88 times to my piano keys and it takes 5 seconds to play anything, which is just a bleep. This is happening even though I'm playing only one note out of 88 so it shouldn't even take up CPU.

    Any ideas how to make it scale properly?

    https://bitbucket.org/RichardJECooke/prepared_digital_piano/commits/tag/failing_formuls_saturator

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  • Faranta

    Why is it an error though? It seems very useful to me to route your final sound from various subpatches to your [dac~] using sends, rather than patch cables.

    Like:

    [s~ output] [s~ output] [s~ output] [s~ output]

    [r output]
    |
    [dac~]

    If you use patch cables it looks really messy

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  • Faranta

    Thank you, yes, I got it to work eventually. The keyboard widget wasn't working, but fluid~ worked correctly when I sent it messages manually.

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  • Faranta

    Hi, I'm on Windows, using PD vanilla or Purr Data or PD l2ork. I just want to use a soundfont in some way. Can someone explain to me how to make the fluid~ object available please? I tried typing [fluid~] in Purr Data, which according to svanya's comment should be available. But I don't know how to make it recognised. Any help appreciated

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  • Faranta

    Hi, I want to create an instrument where each MIDI keyboard note is routed through a piano soundfont, then through some distortion, and finally all that gets played in reverse when the note is released.

    I understand enough PD to be able to route all my notes as a whole and play them in reverse for a section of time, but can anyone explain how you route different events through different objects depending on context (like note duration, or number of notes played at the time a note was first pressed), if it's even possible?

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  • Faranta

    The one on the right is also attached to the counter. I disconnected purely so the screenshot makes sense - I was trying both methods.

    The counter starts at 0 (I tried reloading the patch) so I don't think resetting it will help.

    Maybe metronomes just can't play that fast

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