• me-andmymonkey

    @alexandros are you using Buster? Or a different dist of Raspbian? I was able to get around this problem by using LXDE for autostart. However I occasionally get an error now about Alsa not being able to restart.

    posted in I/O hardware diyread more
  • me-andmymonkey

    Bump. I'm running into similar issues and can't seem to get around it at the moment. Any help is great appreciated...

    posted in I/O hardware diyread more
  • me-andmymonkey

    Hi @whale-av

    64bit PD on my Macbook (macOS Catalina).

    On the Pi it's 32bit (I'm presuming?).

    The file I was originally trying to play was 3.2GB

    I made a smaller file that was 398MB and that worked on the Pi no problem. I've made other shorter files (similar file sizes) and I was getting the same error... Sort of stumped.

    EDIT: Ignore the last part of my post. I think I was doing something stupid when rendering out...

    posted in technical issues read more
  • me-andmymonkey

    Hey all,

    I'm trying to play a (quite large) 8-channel sound file via readsf~ on my Raspberry Pi (I have an 8-channel soundcard for the Pi, which is tested and works using Pure Data).

    When I try to play the file, I get the following error:

    dsp: /home/pi/Desktop/soundfile.wav: Value too large for defined data type

    Does anyone have any ideas what this problem would be? I'e tested this on my Macbook and I can get the file to play. I'm wondering if the file is somehow too large for the Raspberry Pi?

    Thanks!

    EDIT: The file I was using with the Pi was around 1 hour long (44.1/24 WAV file). I made a shorter 10 minute snippet and it's working. Does anyone know why I can't use the longer file? I didn't think this would be a problem...

    posted in technical issues read more
  • me-andmymonkey

    Yeap, that would explain it. It's amazing what you overlook.

    I compiled the externals it all seems to work well using the Makefile. :)

    (for other people who want to compile this for their OS, all you need to do is cd into the directory where all the compilation files are and type "make -f Makefile" in Terminal)

    posted in technical issues read more
  • me-andmymonkey

    Hi all,

    I downloaded FFTease from Git (https://github.com/umlaeute/pd-fftease) placed it my externals folder.

    However, when I try to load any of the objects. I the following error:

    /Users/myname/Documents/Pd/externals/fftease32-externals/burrow~.pd_darwin: dlopen(/Users/myname/Documents/Pd/externals/fftease32-externals/burrow~.pd_darwin, 10): Library not loaded: @loader_path/libfftease.dylib
    Referenced from: /Users/myname/Documents/Pd/externals/fftease32-externals/burrow~.pd_darwin
    Reason: image not found
    burrow~

    Has anyone got any ideas what the problem would be? I've been searching for about an hour now. I tried updating x11 to see if that was the problem (it wasn't), based on other forum posts with similar errors. I've also tried forcing PureData to run in 32 bit to see if that would work.

    Pd seems to be able to navigate to the right subfolder in my externals directory but none of the objects (in this instance [burrow~]) seem to load.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    ... couldn't create

    posted in technical issues read more
  • me-andmymonkey

    @alexandros thanks for the input. I was thinking about doing OSC but it seemed like a "6 of one, half a dozen of the other" sort of situation. I haven't used OSC much in Pd either, so I've found it hard to weigh up the pros and cons of using one or the other. If you have any input, I would be happy to hear.

    posted in technical issues read more
  • me-andmymonkey

    Hey,

    I'm doing some basic testing using python to send values to pd using the pdsend and [netreceive]. I'm doing all this inside my Raspberry Pi, with the hope of expanding on this to use the GPIO with some sensors to control a Pd patch.

    So, I've made a basic python patch: send2Pd_test.py that sends some dummy values to this pd patch: Netreceive_Test.pd

    The values are received when I do this. But I get a "EOF on socket ##" message in the Pd Terminal window along with my printed values from netreceive.

    This is my first time using [netreceive]. I'm just wondering if this is normal behaviour or if it's something that I should try and fix before continuing further. I also would like to know what it is I need to fix because everything seems pretty standard from what I've done so far.

    posted in technical issues read more
  • me-andmymonkey

    @Johnny-Mauser yeap, this is a fair point. But I don't have time to port all the externals in the space of a few hours. I'd much rather get what I have working for now.

    posted in technical issues read more
  • me-andmymonkey

    Hi all,

    So, puredata-extended has been working fine on my laptop (Macbook running OSX 10.9.5) since forever. But today I've ran into a problem. Suddenly, puredata decided to deselect both of the audio ports (jack and audioport). When I try to select audioport, PureData crashes.

    I've done the usual thing of deleting the preferences files. But no dice.

    The annoying thing is, I need this to work for a performance I'm doing tonight. Can anyone help? I need this to get fixed urgently and I am out of ideas.

    posted in technical issues read more

Internal error.

Oops! Looks like something went wrong!