• ingox

    @JackOats Pd is a software and Automatonism is a collection of patches for that software. Automatonism does not come with an installation of Pd. What happens if you navigate to the directory of Automatonism and open main.pd manually? ;)

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  • ingox

    @raynovich Dollar variables work differently in objects and messages.

    In objects you can use $0, $1 and so on. $0 is the individual number of the patch or abstraction. $1 and so on are the creation arguments of an abstraction.

    In messages you can use $1, $2 and so on. They become the members of the incoming list.

    messages.pd

    So you can combine the two approaches:

    set_canvas.pd

    Bildschirmfoto vom 2021-05-11 00-09-51.png

    But as you can see, just using [s $0-something] is simpler. ;)

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  • ingox

    @FFW [moses] divides the stream into two parts, so the Israelites can walk through, but when the Pharaoh and his soldiers are trying to cross, the sea floats together again and drowns the entire Egyptian army. Witnessing the power of God, the Israelites start singing and praise God and Her prophet [moses].

    Later [moses] would receive the Ten Commandments from God, the first of the Commandments being "I am the Lord thy God".

    :pray:

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  • ingox

    @FFW Great solution!

    iemlib and vanilla comparison: rows_columns.pd

    Bildschirmfoto vom 2021-05-05 09-36-46.png

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  • ingox

    @JMC64 This is a missing feature in Pd. You can use a [click( message to a [text] object to open the text window where you can paste the text. It has to be saved before closing. Displaying the text is then another question. ;)

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  • ingox

    @DireOrange Packing the first two outlets of the [notein] into [poly] gives you note on and note off messages. After the [route] you can unpack them and use the second value to mute or unmute each voice. :)

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  • ingox

    @tyldurd It could look somewhat like this: Bildschirmfoto vom 2021-04-27 18-03-38.png

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  • ingox

    @tyldurd If you send a number to [until], it will output that number of bangs in succession. Each bang could generate the values, increase the counter, prepend the counter and send to clone. Just be careful not to bang [until] without number or exit condition or it will run into an infinite loop ;)

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  • ingox

    @tyldurd Sure, you can generate your list and use a counter to send to the instances.

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