• nicnut

    @francis666 It took me awhile to get pd~ to work on rpi. Here's the minor errors I did: make sure you start the audio in each pd~ subprocess, even if it's on in the parent patch. Also You can only use audio inputs and outputs, and make sure you take the second output for your audio. Once i cleared these up in my patch they worked for me.

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    Wait. Hang on. I just opened the "standard (portaudio)" window. And I was able to select my interface there.

    Damn, I never noticed that window before.

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    Hi,

    I am running Pd .50-0 on a Mac on OS 10.13. In the audio settings window it only gives me the option to select Jack as my input and output device. Is this a new thing?? I've never noticed it before. I have a motu ultralight interface that I use and that usually shows up.

    I actually tried installing Jack, but it seems not compatible with this Mac OS, so I uninstalled it.

    Right now I can't get any audio out of Pd at all. I hope there is a way around this. I was thinking of deleting the preferences. Would that work? Any other ideas?

    thanks, Nick

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    @Balwyn, Wow. Good to know! I got my patch working now, but I'll try out the upd library.

    I'm using OscP5 library in Processing

    Thank you!

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    oscSend.jpg

    OK I think I got it. I had to format it like this. I got this and modified it from the examples that are in the docs folder.

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    Hi @Balwyn,

    thanks for the reply. I used your method and I can see the messages in the Terminal. (I'm on a Mac) and I can see the messages coming in the Pd window using netreceive. But I can't get them into processing. I'm trying to quit applications and restart them but still not getting any results.
    I am getting data in from Max, so I know the Procession part is working, just no data from Pd. I think I will keep messing with the formatting of the netsend.

    thanks, let me know if you have any suggestions.

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    Hi,

    I am trying to send float data from Pure Data to processing. After searching around I see a lot of methods using [sendOSC], but i am on Vanilla and don't have that. I tried [netsend] but haven't had any luck with that.

    in Max I use a number box(sending float data) to [prepend /ramp1] connected to [udpsend 127.0.0.1 12000] to send a value called ramp1 on network channel 12000.

    Does anyone know how to do this in Pd?

    Thanks, Nick

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    @whale-av wow awesome. I can't wait to try this out later. I'll let you know if it works for me.

    Also, side note: Raspberry Pi 4 came out last night, now with 4 gigs of Ram. That might be a big performance improvement from the current 1 gig. maybe I won't need to do all these crazy things to have a patch perform in a normal way. we'll see. thanks for all the help on this.

    nick

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    Thank you both for your suggestions.

    My ultimate goal here is to do multithreading so have my patches run more smoothly. I was going to include some midi stuff in the Pd~ object patchs I'm using. I hit the ceiling on CPU in most of my patches. I'll keep looking into this.

    THanks @whale-av for the audiosettings patch

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    @shaker yes I meant inside the patch in a message object.

    I tried it out. I put [; pd -alsamidi ( in a message box on a patch in my Rpi. I got "pd: unknown message -alsamidi "

    Let me know if theres another message I can try. Is there a list of pd messages somewhere on line? I thought I saw one before.

    thanks, Nick

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