Not sure if i'm the only person with slippery digits here, but "ctrl+w" for kill is especially dangerous considering it's proximity to "ctl+e" and "ctrl+s." I can't tell you how many times i've accidentally smacked this... any ideas on how to change shortcut keys?
found a simpl solution to the problem: converting my track into 44100k, 16 bit. My wave file was actually in 44100k, 32 bit. I'm guessing what happened was pd "stretched" the file to fit 44100k 16, causing the distortion...
not really sure why i was compiling audio at such a weird ratio in the first place lol.
I've got kind of a strange problem, when I open an audio file into readsf~ it always plays a little bit pitched down and slowed down, as if it's playing at the wrong sample rate. I've checked pure datas test tone and it played the correct sine pitch.I've checked the audio file in a number of media players and pure data is the only one that plays out of tune.
I'm running pd 0.43.4-extended on windows 7 using the default MMIO at 44100 with a 64 block size.
my code is simply:
[open SONG1,wav, 2(
any ideas? :3