• MDobleZ

    I'm trying to create a wideband specrogram app for Android, but I don't seem to get the right set-up for the patch. Everything I get from the rfft object looks narrowband at first sight (seen in a PD canvas).
    PS: I'm just a language teacher so I'm way beyond my dephth here, but I have managed to do it with javascript in the past.

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  • MDobleZ

    Me again. After digging for a while in android forums, I still cannot get echo cancellation to work. I keep getting "Attempt to invoke virtual method 'int android.media.audiofx.AcousticEchoCanceler.setEnabled(boolean)' on a null object reference".

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  • MDobleZ

    Thank you very much. The problem was (as you correctly guessed) the soundcard mic settings. Now I have to take the time to explore this in Android.

    Thanks again.

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  • MDobleZ

    Thanks, toxonic and ddw_music, I'll take a look at that.

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  • MDobleZ

    Maybe I'm pushing the mic too much. This is a smaple of what I hear: dist.wav

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  • MDobleZ

    Thanks for the disposition. Here it goes:
    belting10.pd

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  • MDobleZ

    I get the same problem when running the patch in PD.
    belt10.jpg

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  • MDobleZ

    I get the type of distorsion you get when you either speak too close to the microphone or when there's a damaged cone; sort of a buzz.

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  • MDobleZ

    Yes, me again. I'm trying to develop an app that will allow my students (I teach Phonetics) to listen to their own pronunciation in real-time (it's not as silly as it sounds; we don't hear our own voice the way it really is). I have encountered two problems, 1) there is some delay (small, but big enough to bother) between the input and the output, 2) I get a lot of distorsion. As for the latter, I've tried using [clip~] but it didn't really solve the problem. Keep in mind I have used the same microphone (headset) to record on the phone and I get no distorsion at all. Any thoughts?

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  • MDobleZ

    I wanted you to know, whale-av and Jona, that I finally got it working, so thank you very much for your help.

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  • MDobleZ

    Thank you very much! I will try that.

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  • MDobleZ

    Sorry if I'm being a bit thick, but I get the impression I haven't explained myself well from the start. The fact is this works:
    working.jpg
    but this doesn't:
    not working.jpg

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  • MDobleZ

    Thanks, Jona, I will.

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  • MDobleZ

    Thanks again, Jona, for your replies. open $ doesn't seem to be holding the variable after the first time it plays and if I "route" the trigger through the "symbol", it keeps starting from the beginning instead of moving to the chosen position.

    PS: Keep in mind I'm using PD Vanilla.

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  • MDobleZ

    Thanks, Jona. I've managed to get it to work (adapting someone else's code, of course), but only if I include the name of the file in the patch. If I use openpanel, it tells me "readsf: start requested with no prior 'open'". There must be something wrong in the way I'm passing the symbol to the readsf~ atom, but the fact is the file does play; it's only when I want to jump to a specific position that I get the error message. Any thoughts?

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  • MDobleZ

    Is it possible to rewind and fast forward a loaded audio file?

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  • MDobleZ

    I've solved it by adding:

    ndk {
    abiFilters "armeabi"
    }
    to my build.gradle(module:app)

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  • MDobleZ

    Reading a bit further, I found "couldn't find "libpd.so"" in the list.

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  • MDobleZ

    @whale-av said:

    MagnetPD

    Yeah, I've seen that code, but I haven't found it useful really. I think the problem is the sample rate, but changing it doesn't do anything.

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  • MDobleZ

    I'm trying to get a simple patch (just for the sake of learning) to work in Android. So I tried:
    int sampleRate= AudioParameters.suggestSampleRate();
    PdAudio.initAudio(sampleRate, 0, 2, 8, true);
    and I get:
    "W/AudioParameters: Initializing audio parameters with null context on Android 4.2 or later."
    I've tried changing the sample rate and I still get the same message. Ideas?

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