• nicnut

    @whale-av Hey that's a really good idea to use Phasor~ as a visual aid. I will try that.

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    @ddw_music Yes that makes sense. However a lot of other environments, in my experience don't have this fluctuation. When I record files from Max it seems pretty much locked to the tempo.
    And moving files between Ableton and Logic is fine, the tempo is solid.
    It could also be my hardware recording device, but it works with Max pretty well.

    This is not a huge complaint on my part, as I really love working in Pd, but it would be nice to figure out this timing issue.

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    @oid Yes I totally agree. I love the interesting hemiolas you can get with those slight waverings. I'm cool with that. However one thing that can be annoying for me is when i export Pd created audio files into a DAW and try and line them up with bar lines or a click. usually it can be time consuming as I have to adjust a lot of parts.

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    @whale-av Ok thanks for that. For my purposes I want a waveform, It could be phasor~, impulse~ or something else. I'm making some binaural beats, isochronic tones, and tempo controlled LFOs. Everything is related to certain frequencies. It just makes sense to me that it all comes from oscillators and not metronomes. But this is good to know about vline~. I have noticed small wavering of tempo in other things I've done with Pd so I'll try using vline~ more in the future.

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    @old Ok very cool. Yes I can see that now, I am getting bangs out of both sides.

    Actually I was looking at the threshold~ help file and it didn't really help me get anything figured out. It is sending out a print message and in the console nothing is being printed. I couldn't get any bangs out of it also. And I had the auido on. I really couldn;t figure it out, but I think now I have a better idea.

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    @jameslo Yes. I don't know why, but I was trying to get it triggered at 1 also. It just seems that as soon as it hits 1 it will go back down so that seems safe. I didn't want to pick .5 because then it would get it on the up and down side of the wave form.

    The way you have it, with threshold~ .6 0 .5 0 is it only sending out a bang once per wave cycle? It seems like as the wave form is going from 0 to 1 it would trigger, and from 1 to zero.

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  • nicnut

    @jameslo yes that works! Thank you.

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    Thank you for all the great replies. I don't see how I can get a bang out of threshold~ however.

    I must be missing something here.

    threshold.pd

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  • nicnut

    Hi. This seems pretty basic, but I haven't been able to find anything. Is there a way to use a phasor~ to drive a metro or counter? Ultimately I want to create a sequencer from this. So, for example, a [phasor~ 1] would be 1 hertz, doing one cycle per second, so that would be equal to a metro at 1000 milliseconds. There must be a way to do this, but I'm having a hard time figuring this out. Thank you for any help or suggestiosns.

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    @jameslo

    i am doing something similar. The beat wavering is really only noticed over long time periods, like longer than 2 minutes. What I am working on now has a fast bpm, 154 and my metro is counting 16th notes of that, so it's pretty rapid. I am getting almost no beat wavering that I can see with this. But I did make some loops and i am over dubbing using Ableton, sending Pd audio into Live. So far everything is good.

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