• Jona

    thats very nice. for me it somehow makes more sense if the id is the hot inlet, that way also the id argument isnt needed anymore.
    i think its a nicer list-idx with less subpatches and objects. but i have to admit i never used the extra functionality of list-idx and in most of the cases i can just use list split for the id.
    list-ida.pd
    list-ida.PNG

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  • Jona

    thank you. the advantage of [list-idx] seems that it can handle negative values, and doesnt output anything if the index is outside of the list range. and it can have an argument for the id. yes, i can imagine that [list store] is still the most efficient (didnt measure it).

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  • Jona

    just realized this is like a simpler [list-idx].
    list-id.PNG
    and i neither need [list-idx] nor [list store] for getting a pointer with a certain id ;)
    pointer-list-store-test_c.pd
    access_pointer_c.PNG

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  • Jona

    an easy way to store, get and set pointers with [list store] instead of [list-idx].
    pointer-list-store-test_b.pd
    access_pointer.PNG

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  • Jona

    @Coalman thanks. its [l2s] (list to symbol) from zexy, the question mark needs to be there. the patch also needs cyclone and list-abs libraries.

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  • Jona

    Hello.
    Here is my first synth patch. I used and learned a lot from the pd audio example patches. Its basically the markov sequencer from the AudioMarkov thread. But now the waveform creates not only the melody but also the sound. The sound is generated without markov, but theres a little effect chain. I think there are some interesting sounds. You can also draw the sounds into the array.
    If you find any bugs i will try to fix them. I am also happy about any suggestions (optimizing parameter ranges for example).
    A switch between poly and mono could be nice.
    Here is the patch, have fun with it:
    AudioToMidiMarkovSampleSynthClone.zip

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  • Jona

    @ingox thanks, that works. i updated the patch.
    in this version you can also draw into an empty array or into a sample and make markov chains from that drawing.
    its also possible to resize the sample without reloading it, just press makeMarkov after changing the sample size:
    AudioToMidiMarkov2b.zip

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  • Jona

    Because it seems to be difficult to process longer audio files or even to process markov chains in audio realtime, i thought about something different and made a variation of the patch. it plays audio samples as markoved midi notations. It contains the Additiv-syntes from Max Bjorverud. And it contains some single cycle .wav files.
    I have one question: is it possible to get rid of the "soundfiler_read: truncated to n elements" message, because actually i want it like that and it looks like an error.
    AudioToMidiMarkov.zip

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  • Jona

    @weightless yes, something between 6th and 10th order sounds interesting for me. most of the time a lower order is too noisy, and a higher order has the problem of overfitting, it sounds almost like the original.

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