• lacuna

    @whale-av yes, [phasor~] *is *a ramp! I will try ...

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  • lacuna

    my ideas, before starting to make it probably more clear:
    what i would need:

    samplecounter to know when time is up
    and low pass filter to shape the ramp

    ?

    or
    samplecounter, calculate the ramp, do the ramp, time is up

    something like this? Probably there is already some abstraction for this or a really smart way to go?

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  • lacuna

    Time and target of the ramp should get calculated and executed several times in less than the 64 samples-grid of the message-domain sheduler [sic]

    I correct myself: like [vline~] with audio-inlets

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  • lacuna

    has anybody ever done this?
    any ideas on how to do that quick and efficient?

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  • lacuna

    [line]

    [f]
    [line~]
    [sig~]
    [snapshot~]
    [tabwrite~]
    [tabwrite]
    [tabsend~]
    [tabread]
    [tabread~]
    [tabread4~]
    [expr]

    not vanilla:
    [pack~]
    [unpack~]
    [unsig~]
    [speedlim]

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  • lacuna

    wow, can you even set this flag with [pd~]?

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  • lacuna

    [tabwrite~] writes to ram
    [writesf~] writes to disk.

    It depends on what you want to do with the recorded sound in realtime? How fast should it be?

    Generally spoken if you want to record audio over a long period of time it's common to use [writesf~] as memory space of ram is much smaller than diskspace (on PCs).

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  • lacuna

    [!= 0] and [spigot]

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  • lacuna

    @GWB70
    that patch should work.
    But what is [bpm] doing there?

    Do you receive anything with the [midirealtimein]?
    Did you connect Midi virtually?
    I am using Linux, so don't know about that part in Windows...

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  • lacuna

    @esaruoho
    The above link to pd-list with [set $1( messages should work!?
    If the BCR is always forwarding the incoming data (there should be a mode that doesn't), you could easily hold back that incoming data with [t f f] [change] [spigot] ect.
    Even subtracting the output from the incoming data, - for not muting the knob while data is being spit out, could be a work around.

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  • lacuna

    [bang~] only goes down to a blocksize of 64 samples.
    This seems to be a bug.

    Any idea how to get a bang with every sample?
    Maybe another way to try?

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  • lacuna

    Something about us > Roland VP9000 > Variphrase

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  • lacuna

    @EEight Ok, I tried
    http://puredata.hurleur.com/sujet-5245-audio-control-signal
    and
    http://puredata.hurleur.com/sujet-5078-problem-delay-line-cannot-shorter
    so they are gone?

    Btw. is there some mirroring of this contemporary forum (thisone here) going on?
    So much information, would be such a pitty if it would be lost some day.

    <3 this forum, it makes PD to something else!
    thx

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  • lacuna

    @whale-av hmm unfortunately the threads are not archived there

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  • lacuna

    Here are many dead links
    to topics in the old forum
    puredata.hurleur.com.

    How can I read them today? Any chance?

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  • lacuna

    Ok, here in Puppy-Linux apt-get is not installed.
    Now I installed libftgl2_2.1.3 successfully with the package manager.

    Doing the same as before
    [Gem] creates! Yes!
    In the commandline (linux-console) [shortened]:

    pd-l2ork -noprefs -nostdpath -nrt -verbose
    Pd-L2Ork version 2.4.6 (20171213-rev.46ffba3)
    compiled 22:30:53 Dec 13 2017
    port 5401
    guidir is /usr/lib/pd-l2ork/bin
    "/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/bin"/nw/nw --user-data-dir="/root/.config/purr-data" "/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/bin" 5401 localhost pd-l2ork "/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/bin" xf3c100Waiting for connection request... 
    [0426/002010.733670:WARNING:chrome_main_delegate.cc(565)] final extension: 
    ... connected
    /etc/pd/gem.conf: No such file or directory
    /root/.config/pure-data/gem.conf: No such file or directory
    ./gem.conf: No such file or directory
    load plugins 'film' in '/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/'
    pattern : /usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/gem_film*.so
    dylib loading file '/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/gem_filmAVIPLAY.so'!
    library loading returned: dlerror 'libaviplay-0.7.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory'
    dylib loading file '/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/gem_filmGMERLIN.so'!
    library loading returned: dlerror 'libgmerlin_avdec.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory'
    dylib loading file '/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/gem_filmMPEG3.so'!
    library loading returned: dlerror 'libmpeg3.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory'
    dylib loading file '/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/gem_filmQT4L.so'!
    library loading returned: dlerror 'libquicktime.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory'
    [...]
    dylib loading file '/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/gem_imageMAGICK.so'!
    library loading returned: dlerror 'libMagick++-6.Q16.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory'
    [...]
    dylib loading file '/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/gem_imageMAGICK.so'!
    library loading returned: dlerror 'libMagick++-6.Q16.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory'
    
    
    [...]
    dylib loading file '/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/gem_recordQT4L.so'!
    library loading returned: dlerror 'libquicktime.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory'
    [...]
    

    There are some more libs missing, maybe I should install them too?

    All the examples of Gem seem to work now!
    Even the teapod and openGL stuff.

    And my final patches, also work. So nice!

    Now I will review what those flags actually do:
    https://puredata.info/docs/faq/commandline

    But I am wondering, if I was lucky, that Gem is programmed for printing messages in the commandline and other non-working libraries probably won't do so?

    Thank you so much

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  • lacuna

    Welcome to Purr Data
    warning: your system's font stack is not optimal
    Pd has started the GUI
    canvasinfo: v0.1
    stable canvasinfo methods: args dir dirty editmode vis
    pdinfo: v.0.1
    stable pdinfo methods: dir dsp version
    classinfo: v.0.1
    stable classinfo methods: size
    objectinfo: v.0.1
    stable objectinfo methods: class
    [import] $Revision: 1.2 $
        [import] is still in development, the interface could change!
        compiled against Pd-l2ork version 2.4.6 (20171213-rev.46ffba3)
    input channels = 2, output channels = 2
    working directory is /usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem
    input channels = 2, output channels = 2
    audio buffer set to 50
    opened input device name hw:0
    configuring sound input...
    Sample width set to 4 bytes
    configuring sound output...
    Sample width set to 4 bytes
    error: audio I/O dropout
    tried but couldn't sync A/D/A
    tried /usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/Gem.l_ia64 and failed
    tried /usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/Gem.pd_linux and succeeded
    verbose( 1):/usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/Gem.pd_linux: libftgl.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    tried /usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/Gem.pd and failed
    tried /usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/Gem.pat and failed
    tried /usr/lib/pd-l2ork/extra/Gem/Gem/Gem.pd and failed
     Gem
    ... couldn't create
    

    libftgl is missing?

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