• JoeB

    Problem disappeared for me (Mac user) when I updated my audio settings, I had no input or output device selected (I guess having unplugged my interface). When I selected the usual built in input/output problem went away.

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  • JoeB

    Balywn that is magic, thanks very much both of you

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  • JoeB

    To clarify I was asking if there is a way get a number box into it's state where it will receive numbers from the keyboard without having to click on it.

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  • JoeB

    Does anyone by any chance know of a way to enter numbers into a number box without having to click on it? Is there an object that will turn a bang into a 'click' or anything?

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  • JoeB

    Thanks for your reply that's new to me, but in this project there are lots of arrays being played back by the same tabread~ at intervals that can't really be predicted so I think with my limited skills it would be easier to playback with a bang rather than having to keep the lengths for all the arrays floating around in the system. Thanks for the help though it's much appreciated and I will definitely use that technique at some point,

    Joe

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  • JoeB

    Hi everyone, I've run into an issue with setting array sizes a couple of times when trying to record sound into arrays without knowing in advance how long the recording will be. I have two methods that both seem to me to be pretty blunt/slow so if anyone with a spare minute could help it would be greatly appreciated. My two methods currently are, 1: start with massive arrays then record into them using tabwrite~ whilst using timer to log how long the recording is and use this data to resize the array, or 2: record to disk with writesf~ then load into an array with soundfiler. Does anyone know a better/quicker way? Thanks for reading,

    Joe

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