• genjix

    Klak the buttons and it does stuff :)

    Beeping crescendo and various tones.


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    Say I have a patch like:


    Is there a way to call that multiple times without me having to copy and paste it? Kind of like a function in a programming language?

    So that I get:

    [mtof] [mtof]
    | |
    [osc~] [osc~]
    |\ /|


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    I'm trying to get puredata extended to work on 64 bit Ubuntu.

    Unfortunately the repositories only have vanilla puredata. And no 64bit packages are available anywhere.

    So I download the source, and initiate make install... Lot's of things get built, configured and downloaded. And then halfway it randomly stops,

    make[3]: Entering directory `/home/genjix/Downloads/Pd-0.41.4-extended/Gem/src/Pixes'
    g++ -c -g -O2 -fPIC -freg-struct-return -O3 -falign-loops=32 -falign-functions=32 -falign-jumps=32 -funroll-loops -ffast-math -mmmx -I/usr/include/lqt -I/usr/include/lqt -I.. -I/home/genjix/Downloads/Pd-0.41.4-extended/pd/src recordQT4L.cpp -o ../Objects/recordQT4L.o
    recordQT4L.cpp: In function ‘lqt_file_type_t guess_qtformat(const char*)’:
    recordQT4L.cpp:96: error: invalid conversion from ‘const char*’ to ‘char*’
    make[3]: *** [recordQT4L.o] Error 1

    Any ideas? Thanks.

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    Anyone have an autotune patch or know how to do autotune in puredata?

    If not, is there any Linux software I can use to autotune?

    thanks ;)

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    Attached is a sound file. The beeps in this sound so nice :) and seem so deceptively easy to imitate.

    When I look at them, what I see is a base osc with another osc added that is modulated by a phasor.

    Here is my patch:

    (Zoomed out far)

    (Medium zoom)

    (close up)

    Unfortunately it sounds NOTHING like those beeps and this is frustrating me to no end :p snd file attached for those curious


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  • genjix


    In KDE I play many sounds without issue. no problems.

    I then want to play on puredata so I do

    $ su
    # /sbin/alsa force-reload -Rd alsa # reloads alsa system so KDE will release it for pd
    # qjackctl
    # pd

    I'm using pd-extended and load my patch to play oggs. When I play one sound its fine, but if I'm playing 2 sounds then I get skipping or bad jittering :( it sounds terrible

    it works under KDE so its not my kernel. I think its just bad setup that I have. I searched on google a lot but sorry dont know too much about these things.


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    I've been using an abstraction, but it seems that send and receive interfere with other patches.

    If I do and [r abc] in my abstraction then all instances of that abstraction will receive the same value. How can I sidestep this problem?

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    Nevermind, I found a working build at,


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  • genjix

    hey thanks for your answers. i tried that patch :) thanks and went and read about fm synths... but still i can only produce ugly sounds :(

    i try a lot of values... the closest i've got, is this patch

    but its just an annoying tone. ah maybe its cos im not so good with pd yet :p

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