• 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • me-andmymonkey

    @weightless I have been looking at Purr Data but there's a few things for patches that I've made that weren't currently supported (at least last time I checked). Namely, the [pd~] object wasn't available yet and GEM wasn't supported on OSX. That might have changed recently.

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  • me-andmymonkey

    @weightless yeap, it's working now!

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  • me-andmymonkey

    ah, this could very well be the problem. for Pd Vanilla I was using 0.45. I'm stubbornly still using Pd-extended mainly. I really should just make the jump to the latest vanilla version though....

    I've downloaded the latest version. No errors. The abstraction still isn't doing anything (i.e. making sound) but I presume it will if I tinker enough

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  • me-andmymonkey

    Tried using the streamstretch~ abstraction by William Brent (http://williambrent.conflations.com/pages/research.html) recently.

    However, when I loading the patch from the associated help file in pd-extended, it won't work. I get the following error messages:

    
     clone ./lib/streamstretch-buf-writer-abs 100 2415
    ... couldn't create
     text define $0-streamstretch-chord-text
    ... couldn't create
     text get $0-streamstretch-chord-text
    ... couldn't create
     text tolist $0-streamstretch-chord-text
    ... couldn't create
     text fromlist $0-streamstretch-chord-text
    ... couldn't create
     clone ./lib/streamstretch-buf-writer-abs 100 1536
    ... couldn't create
    

    Tried loading the patch in Pd Vanilla and I still get error messages:

     clone ./lib/streamstretch-buf-writer-abs 100 2415
    ... couldn't create
     clone ./lib/streamstretch-buf-writer-abs 100 1004
    ... couldn't create
    
    

    I'm just wondering if anyone else gets the same kinds of error messages when they try to load this abstraction.

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  • me-andmymonkey

    the TimbreID library is pretty useful for this.

    https://puredata.info/downloads/timbreid

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  • me-andmymonkey

    @ingox Your solution works! I guess I was just trying to be too fancy

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