• Gabriel Lecup

    Also just figured out you can see (and save, modify, ...) a patch as text within Pd with a read message to [text define] ...

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  • Gabriel Lecup

    @ricky said:

    info@rickygraham.net

    I just did that, thanks Ricky!

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  • Gabriel Lecup

    Hi Ricky,

    Many thanks for the quick reply, and for the great objects.
    Indeed there are many wheels out there, but not that many fit my drive ;) What appeals in yours is their simplicity. I’ve also been looking into IEM / ACRE as well as HOA / CREAM - do you know of others?

    Until now I’ve been mostly using binaural or vbap for artistic setups and installations, but I’m now researching options for this project: https://broomx.com/. We basically need a multiple format decoder, but binaural rendering is a great addon.

    In any case, it’s not all that urgent, but it’d be great to stay posted if you pick up sometime.

    Thanks again!

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  • Gabriel Lecup

    Is this what you're lookign for? http://aspress.co.uk/sd/

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  • Gabriel Lecup

    This is fantastic, wish I'd bumped into it earlier.
    Has the library evolved since then? Is there a ambi to binaural decoder?
    Many thanks!

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  • Gabriel Lecup

    Many thanks, and sorry for the late reply.
    Will download and replace.
    Thanks!

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  • Gabriel Lecup

    Hi Solipp,

    First of all - your library is incredible, I use / learn from it all the time - thanks!

    I have a question about pp.vcfilter~: when in highpass, scrubing through lower frequencies (under 1000 Hz) gives me clicks ... Am I missing something?

    Cheers,

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  • Gabriel Lecup

    Great, thanks for the insight.
    I'll follow that guide then: [clone] for simple single argument patching, and dynamic when I need more control. I'm quite new to dynamic patching, but starting to get my head around it, using a lot of the [text] object too ...
    If it's fine with you, I'll be sharing the toolbox I'm working on soon, and will ask for your feedback? Very grateful for your help on all this.
    Best,

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  • Gabriel Lecup

    One more thing: it seems I can avoid the problem by dynamically creating instances of the abstractions I need to clone ... Is there any reason to use clone rather than dynamic patching?

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  • Gabriel Lecup

    Many thanks David as always for your quick and insightful reply!

    I do not need to comunicate between instances (thanks for the this and next tip though), neither send / receive locally within each instance. The question is if I really need to shift arguments up a notch from non-cloned abstractions: you answered that very clearly.

    I guess I need to have a clonable
    version and a clone-free version for concerned abstractions ...

    Thanks again!

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