• Fauveboy

    Thanks for all the replys...This putting it into a subpatch works well!

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  • Fauveboy

    after moving the table out of the on graph canvas an odd thing happens when I load a sample the table appears in the parent (prac.pd) relative to where its positioned in sampler.pd ? why is this happening won't this end up slowing down the performance again?

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  • Fauveboy

    thank you, how can I hid the array table GOP and still use a table?

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  • Fauveboy

    I use the patch like so:

    I've linked prac.pd which i use one of. You will see in prac.pd two instances of sample.pd.(Im aiming to use more).

    prac.pd.zip

    sampler.pd.zip

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  • Fauveboy

    altogether so far an hour but my sets are growing. Also Im discovering that I may want to select a track spontaneously so I need to be able to load files whilst playing audio.

    What do you mean when you say play around with the nice value of pd?

    -also what is the reason for the implication on audio playback while a file is loaded, why is that happening? Can it be improved upon?

    many thanks,

    j

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  • Fauveboy

    Im using tabread4~to read audio files (which are loops) from tables. I discovered that pure data has silent dips when I upload a new file whilst another file is playing.

    To avoid this, it was suggested to me that I load all the files I need and then use set message to "point" tab read to different tables.

    I haven't trialled this yet but I wanted same extra thoughts as to how effective this may be? The reason Im hesitating is because I have to achieve an hour long live set using the raspberry pi which has limited ram. When I load all those files to tables am I loading them to RAM? Or can I load them and successfully play a few back at a time instead ?

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  • Fauveboy

    I'm trying to configure Axiome here:

    I can't see how they've designed the squares that change yellow depending on the position of the sample.
    when I click properties its says its a slider which was very confusing becuase obviously it looks nothin like a slider.
    So I put my own slider in to try at mimic th design and in the screen shot you can see this is as close as I got?

    Can someone demonstrate what else has been adjusted so it looks like a square that sliders up?

    for example:

    • how does it change colour?
    • how has the slider been hidden?

    Many thanks.

    JScreen Shot 2018-11-03 at 15.08.56.png
    http://gwen.coffy.name/Puredata/Axiome/

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  • Fauveboy

    2.wav.zip

    1.wav.zip

    here are the samples, thank you very much!

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  • Fauveboy

    This is my latest patch:

    prac.pd

    sampler.pd

    It needs any wav file beginning with a number such as "1.wav".

    The problem I'm having is that it doesnt run efficiently and Im not sure what to do.
    It plays back a sound file but when I need to load another file the whole patch freezes so much so that it stops the audio play for a moment. Its very annoying becuase I've spent a long time figuring out the patch and now It works it at the same time doesnt. Please may I have some help improving this to make it usable?

    Many thanks,

    J
    Here are the samples I'm using with the patch
    2.wav.zip 1.wav.zip

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  • Fauveboy

    I'm loading audio files into an array. I've numbered the files like so "1.wav" and "2.wav". This is so I can use a number object to select the wav files from inside the patch.

    I wanted to know if theres a way I can simultaneously load the bpm of the file ?
    I was imagining something like a file being name 1 89.50.wav and the seconds set of characters are read that can determine a value for tempo?

    I hope this idea makes sense

    Many thanks,

    J
    prac.pd

    sampler.pd

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