• Knallberto

    Does this patch still exist somewhere? Can anyone re-upload?

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  • Knallberto

    Hey nicnut, thanks for the reply. I don't really understand the problem, but all I had to do was to use the other HDMI port to make audio work.

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  • Knallberto

    Thanks for the Patchbox suggestion. Now my PD Patch is running without a problem so far. But with the Patchbox OS I had a hard time getting any sound on the 3.5 output on the Raspi 4. But this kind of solved the problem: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=263942

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  • Knallberto

    Thanks for the reply, I already have comport, the problem is that I don't know how to control a digital output from PD.

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  • Knallberto

    Basically the same, but insted of an external card I am using the onboard sound right now, with no input device. Maybe I will try to use an external card as well....

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  • Knallberto

    Hello,

    I have problems using PD on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ with Raspbian. I downloaded the newest version of Raspbian to a SD card and installed PD using
    sudo apt install puredata.
    When I open a patch from the help files it is working fine, but when I open a patch that I prepared earlier, even though it opens up, when I turn on the DSP it crashes. In the console it says:

    restart alsa output
    alsa xrun recovery apparently failed
    pd: pcm.c:1168: snd_pcm_prepare: Assertion 'pcm' failed.
    Pd: signal 6

    And while opening PD the console writes: priority 8 scheduling failed.
    In the PD window it says: priority 6 scheduling failed: running at normal priority.
    I don't know if that might be important, too.

    Any ideas what might cause PD to crash and what the console messages mean`?

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  • Knallberto

    Hello, thank you for the quick response. But is it possible to only use the comport external, or do I have to use the whole PD extended package?

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  • Knallberto

    Hello,
    is there anything like pduino that works with vanilla, or can anyone tell me how I can control digital outputs with pd vanilla?

    Thanks,
    Andy

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  • Knallberto

    I figured out the part with the loop function, if anyone might have a similar question. Basically I used a timer to count the time between inputs and used pack to combine one note value with the time value. Then I used the text object to write the Data as lists into a textfile. To play back the loop I just reversed the action and used delay to reverse the timer part.

    Any suggestions for part 2 of my question?

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