• nicnut

    @whale-av thanks David. I guess it's called expr, that's what I was looking for, I ended up using several [change] objects and [sel 0]. It seems to work fine. But just wondering if there was an "if" object, but I think that's what expr is.

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  • nicnut

    HI,

    I have a problem I've dealt with in max, using an "if" object. I always assumed there was one in Pd, but I can't find one.

    I'm trying to resolve this with regular vanilla type objects, but the solution is escaping me.

    I have 5 number boxes, each one is sending mostly 0. When a non-zero number comes from one of the number boxes I want that to be output, and all the zeros be ignored.

    In Max, in my "if" object I have this:

    [if ($i1 == 0) && ($i2 == 0) && ($i3 == 0) && ($i4 == 0) && ($i5 == 0) then zero else out2 $i1 $i2 $i3 $i4 $i5]

    The object has 5 inlets and two outlets, one for zeros and one for all the other values.

    I guess I could do this with a [sel 0] object and take the right outlet, to filter out all the zeros. But just curious if there is a more elegant way someone can think of.

    Thanks, nick

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    Hey @seb-harmonik.ar and anyone else following this thread.
    Just wanted to update you. I found a way way easier way to have a drum sequencer, store beat patterns, etc.

    In the else library there is an object called drum.seq. Wow. it just made my life a lot easier. I think its pretty amazing does what I've been trying to figure out here with barely any objects and no text files.

    Thank you everyone for the help with this issue!

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    @emviveros Hey. This tutorial worked for me. The only thing that didn't work was step 3.

    I had to leave out the link to msp.ucsp.edu. etc.
    I intalled everything else. They I went to the site on a browser and downloaded the file. Then I moved it to /home/pi/src then I did all the other steps, and pd opened.

    In some crazy way I made a desktop file that opens to Pd, but I sort of did it on accident. Anyway thank you again for this great tutorial and now I am up to date.

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  • nicnut

    @emviveros Awesome. I was just about to research how to get .51 on my Pi. I only have .50 on it now.

    thank you

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  • nicnut

    @porres thanks I can't wait to check this out.

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    @dakota, yeah this thread was major help. I remember how crazy frustrating it was.

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    @seb-harmonik.ar ok this looks good. I'm gonna examine this one and let you know what I come up with. Thank you so much for the input and help!

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  • nicnut

    I looked at 64seq patch which is really cool. It looks like is saves the sequencing presets to text files. I realize that there are also arrays involved inside each row.

    So, in this method will there still be glitches or not? I was thinking I needed a system that didn't use text files at all, and only saved every preset to a bunch of stored message boxes or arrays. I guess it's possible if the toggle boxes are reading from tables or arrays the glitchyness might not be there. Is that they case or should i continue to try and develop something that doesn't use text files at all?

    Thanks, Nick

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    thanks everyone for your comments. i've sort of been preoccupied by armageddon happening around me here in LA this week. I'm getting back into this sequencer now. @seb-harmonik-ar this 64 step sequencer is beautiful. Im going to try and wrap my head around this more before I comment or ask more questions. Thanks for posting this.

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