• flight453

    Hello.
    Thanks for providing the patch.
    Sadly, this doesn't work for me. I still have to set the midi to alsa from oss(default). I also have to set the number of input and outputs of the midi (in my case 1 in and 1 out).
    I need it to be already configured because the final product of my project won't be hooked up to a keyboard, mouse or monitor at the time. (I'm making a standalone drum kit)
    Thank you!!!

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  • flight453

    Hello!
    I am using Pd on a raspberry pi 3 and have recently started to make some new projects.
    I have an arduino leonardo acting as a usb midi device, which is working perfectly with the pi and a puredata patch.
    The only problem is, I have to configure the midi and audio everytime I start up Pd.
    That means that I have to select the right options for my sound card, and select alsa midi, then confirm to make 1 input and 1 output port, Every. Single. Time.
    I know that this can be done by changing the text in .pdsettings. But there is a scarcity of how to configure alsa midi in pdsettings. Also I am very new to this, and don't know much about puredata..
    It would be great if you would guide me in the right direction.

    Ps- I looked at the commands at https://puredata.info/docs/faq/commandline
    But couldn't get those commands to work.

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  • flight453

    @whale-av I even tried the patch without the freeverb~ object. Even then, the delay problem did not change. I guess it has to be the sample rate then. Or could it be the actual delwrite and vd objects and their arguments?

    Anyway, file> preferences> audio preferences shows that my sample rate is 44100 and block size is 64.
    Note that without any delay, the sounds play back without any change.
    Shaurya.

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  • flight453

    Hello everyone!
    I used a simple audio delay patch in my project using - delwrite~ and a sig~ going to vd~ objects.
    It works fine, but the audio doesn't remain the same after being delayed. The pitch of the audio is always a little higher than the original, even when I feed a 0 to the sig object.
    Am I doing something wrong? I followed this youtube tutorial-

    What am I doing wrong? Please guide me...

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  • flight453

    @whale-av
    Thank you! Hats off to you and this amazing forum...

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  • flight453

    Hello developers!
    I am running into some minor problems with using pd. Untitled-1.pd
    In this patch, I am using a text file to load a wav file into an array.

    The text file is-
    1000 abc(the variable which recieves the value) HH2(the value);

    And I am getting some errors. It works when numbers are sent. Please help me.

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  • flight453

    @4ZZ4 and @ddw_music thanks for helping!!!

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  • flight453

    @4ZZ4 said:

    @flight453 you didn't implement that on your thread after this on "tecnical issues" though

    Yeah I probably uploaded the wrong file. But don't worry. I have made the changes regarding the [sel] object. Nothing else is different in that patch.:sweat_smile:

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  • flight453

    @4ZZ4 thank you for answering! I will try out the things you mentioned and let you know:smiley:

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  • flight453

    Hello!
    drumkitpd.pd
    This is my patch for a midi drum kit. How can I implement velocity sensitivity on/off? I have used [/ 127] objects to turn velocity into a number between 0 and 1 (sincerely, what would I do without you, David). What if I want to toggle velocity sensitivity off? How can I do that? Thank you!

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