i think i have a similar problem. i want to send events over ctlout (e.g drum events) and midi notes over noteout (piano notes) to ableton (over the virtual MIDI port LoopMIDI). that works fine
now, i'm using the software MidiEditor to record those midi signals, but i only get the events from ctlout, but i also would be interested to get the noteout signals.
any ideas how to accomplish that?
thanks in advance!
I have a data stream coming from a list, something like:
1 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 6 5 4 3 3 2 1 1 1
What I want to do, is to detect the peak of this wave. What i've tried is something like this:
- write an incoming number into a float object
- compare this float-number with the next incoming number
- if new incoming number bigger than f-number -> write new number into f and continue with the next number
- else/not bigger than f-number, send a bang
...but I didn't get the expected results..
Maybe you know a trick to do this.
Thanks in advance!
i'm getting periodic input data from a Bluetooth over the comport device like:
...and so on. You see it's always 5 bytes with number 100 starting the series.
Now I want to store these numbers in a 5-element-list/pack to work with that.
I thought about starting to read with [== 100], but I'm not sure how to continue and how to store that. Do you think that the with [list append] or [pack f f f f f] objects it could work somehow?
Thanks for your help!
I started using pd some days ago to combine pd with an arduino.
I began watching tutorials and used the objects osc~ and dac~, but when I clicked the DSP checkbox, only noise came out. The same happens when I try to import a soundfile and linking it with readsf~ and dac~.
Does anybody have similar problems and know how to fix that?