• fintg

    @alexandros seems to work fine without the -open flag! was just the / before home i missed.

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  • fintg

    @FFW thank you! think i couldn't see the trees for the forest; a bit embarrassing, but thank you so much for your help!

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  • fintg

    Hi folks,

    I'm trying to open a PD sketch on my RPi 3B+, running rasbian 11 Bullseye v11.

    I've tried opening the PD file all the ways I know -
    init.d tab

    (the latter seeming to work for more people online)

    but for the few, including LXDE-pi/autostart, which open pd on boot they all return an error "home/pi/bm83.pd: can't open"


    I've tried with & without the 'sudo pd' & 'sleep' lines.

    any ideas what could be causing this?

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  • fintg

    @jameslo Thank you so much! This patch works really well - and using your feedback I was able to edit my patch to the point where it works quite well. Really appreciate your support

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  • fintg

    Thanks all for your replies, and especially thank you David.

    I have tried the suggestions - I hadn't realised that the order of creating [delread~] and [delwrite~] could break my patch!

    I have tried adding a [stop( message and deleting & replacing the [delread~ buffer 10000] object but it still doesnt output the audio using the [open rec.wav( message, with the toggle toggled on.

    I'll upload the patch with this reply, if you find a way where it works please let me know:)

    Bookmark v1.1.pd

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  • fintg


    Apologies before I get started; quite new to PD and very new to this forum.

    If this is the wrong way to submit a forum post, or if this is the wrong area of the forum, please let me know.

    TLDR: I want a PD sketch which constantly records audio from mic to a circular buffer, meaning only the last 10 seconds is recorded to a buffer. I want to be able to save the 10sec of recorded audio, and then be able to play that audio.

    This will be a PD file on a headless Raspberry Pi, and I am going to use Adafruit Retrogame to remap GPIO button presses into keyboard presses PD can use.

    At one point I had this working, then I changed something and since then it's not done as it should. This is the file I'm working with,

    pure data bookmark v1.png

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