• lead

    This is immense! Thanks a lot

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  • lead

    Have you had a look at the patch I posted? I think that’s what I did!

    I suppose I’m looking for the most ‘harmonic’ ratios. Would be useful going forward too I suppose when working with anharmonic spectral stuff.

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  • lead

    Thanks - but the maths help I need is how to find ratios between the bpm changes.

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  • lead

    BPMcalculator.pd

    Messing about with this simple patch to calculate BPM change when something is slowed down two semitones and I wondered - how would I find the most whole numbered/least amount of decimal places change/ratio?

    I think this is probably a basic maths question, but I have no clue how to approach it. Thanks!

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  • lead

    The Leaden Echo

    This is an album of generative cybergrind metal/mathcore/post-rock made (mostly) with Pd patches and then edited.

    The second and third tracks are the nearest to the realtime output of the best patch, essentially a transient sampler and regurgitator (through an amp sim) feeding a [bonk~] based drum machine.

    Thanks for listening.

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  • lead

    @whale-av Thanks so much = exactly what I needed!

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  • lead

    I have 124 receive~ instances, is there a way to create a random send~ without creating 124 of them?
    Thanks!

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  • lead

    @Pierre-Guillot Yes of course! Linking to this thread is fine, sorry for the slow reply.

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  • lead

    It was down for a while, but now back up here

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  • lead

    Would 500ms make it doom? Ha

    I added - Reverb, stereo position and counterpoint rules - otherwise it's as per the original algorithm. They're labelled, so you could just cut these out if you wanted.

    I've not tried any other scales and rules, maybe it could map 3 chromatic octaves to the 26 letters of the alphabet instead? I did wonder about using something traditionally metal sounding like a minor scale or phrygian mode but then how to 26÷8.

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