• Johnny Mauser

    I only use filenames without spaces, because this kind of problems. If it is only for displaying there probably are solusions. What are you using for displaying? Canvas names? -> there you can not use spaces as far as I know. Or Symbol boxes? -> there it is possible to use spaces.
    What system are you on? With my System (OSX 10.11) it is possible to feed [readsf~] names with spaces.
    my test looked like this: test_readsf_tmp.pd

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  • Johnny Mauser

    @whale-av double precision and 64bit processing are two not directly related things. Isnt it like so that Double precision has to be impemented in the code as such? I am apparently not able to share my nowlege better. Getting rusty in theory. And sorry if i sounded smart ass! @beep.beep thanks for the objects!! i never tested these double precision objects within Pd, but i will when i have to play long sound files again. (which will probably not be within the next year)

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  • Johnny Mauser

    @whale-av I know to less about physical modelling of sounds. I use and modify the fantastic egregore by chdh which uses pmpd, i only use the video side of it. i have no practical experiences with sound modeling.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    @beep.beep maybe it could help any OSX user it you share your new compiled 64bit object(s). (maybe future me - I'm on OSX but not in the need of pitch detection at the moment). @whale-av as far as I understand the float precision on a 64bit build is still the same as in 32bit on any system. There is the pd-double by @katjav with ->DoublePrecision<- which I really use for some projects where it is needed.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    Maybe i am on "wrong" path, but perhaps the pmpd library with a physical modeling approach could be helpfull.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    Do you want your computer speak this given quote? If so, on OSX its very easy to use the build in text to speech engine through [shell] and terminal. I guess it could work similar with other OSes too.
    Maybe didnt hit your point, i'm only here with half the brain at the moment..

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  • Johnny Mauser

    Looks super interesting! I would like to know more about the setup and technics used.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    @Jinkgo @whale-av to split the name of the path i always use [splitfilename /]. It is some external though; iemlib if i remember correct.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    I think both ways are possible -> pd as vst camomile and having one patch witch seperate inputs should also work.

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  • Johnny Mauser

    Mh, I understand. Maybe someone with more practically experience can jump in? 'cause i have the strong feeling that it should work, but no time to develop and nothing done in this field so far. Also [switch~] has a neat feature of processing one block of audio when banged, maybe there could be an advantage of that too. sorry that i cannot help more detailed.

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