• Nobody

    Thanks for the tips and information! :smiley:

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  • Nobody

    Does there already exist a guitar emulation on the basis of Karplus-Strong synthesis in PD-vanilla?

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  • Nobody

    Thank you! So if I understand correctly Prominy V-METAL basically contains almost everything a good metal guitarist could do on an electric guitar and just replays those sounds as instructed?

    Could it be possible to synthesize the sound of a metal guitar by means of physical modeling (differential equations) with the movement of the plectrum and fingers of the guitarist as input signal?

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  • Nobody

    Has some PD-program comparable to Prominy V-METAL already been written? For a demo of Prominy V-METAL see:

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  • Nobody

    I am a beginner myself, but I have read the following book and I like it: http://www.pd-tutorial.com/

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    @metaphysician said:

    @Nobody it's actually pretty easy. if you go to his github link he posted you'll see a pd-mkmr link listed near the top. click on that link for the main repo page, and there's a green button on the far right corner that says 'Clone or Download'. click that to get a zip of the repo. unzip that file and inside are all the patches from the whole mkmr collection and it should be under the Instruments directory. hope this helps!

    Thanks! With your help I succeeded in downloading the files. Great program!

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    Sadly I don't understand how GitHub works. Could you post a link directly to your pd-file?

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    Solved!

    @ingox said:

    @Nobody You can try "/usr/local/lib/pd/bin/pd". But simply "pd" worked for me: Bildschirmfoto vom 2019-05-17 22-11-56.png

    With /usr/local/lib/pd/tcl/pd-gui.tcl as "command¨ the icon on my desktop directs me to the new version of Pd.

    Everybody thanks for the tips.

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    I found the location of the new Pd: /usr/local/lib/pd/tcl/pd-gui.tcl

    I made a launcher on the desktop and it works. But there is no Pd-icon, only a kind of "rocket".

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    @ingox said:

    @Nobody Just changing the command to pd should be alright. Otherwise you can try /usr/lib/puredata/bin/pd.

    No - that still leads to the old one. I only get the new one via the terminal.

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    Using the terminal I get the new version of Pd, but the icon on my desktop still opens the old version of Pd located at: /usr/lib/puredata/tcl/pd-gui.tcl . In what directory do I find the new version so that I can change the target of the Pd-icon on my desktop?

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    I have followed the instructions of INSTALL.txt and the tips given in this topic, and it looks like I have installed Pd Vanilla 0.49.0. :satisfied:

    Now what do I do with the source map? Can it savely be deleted now?

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    This worked:

    cd ~/Bureaublad/pd-0.49-0
    

    Result:

    `~/Bureaublad/pd-0.49-0
    

    Installing the dependencies and updating the repositories also done.

    Now what's next?

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    Where in the directory do I have to put the unpacked source file (or map called pd-0.49-0 actually)? I have it on my desktop now.

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    It went wrong here:

    cd path/to/pd
    bash: cd: path/to/pd: Bestand of map bestaat niet``````
    

    Meaning that the file or map doesn't exist.

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    I downloaded the source msp.ucsd.edu/Software/pd-0.49-0.src.tar.gz, and read the INSTALL.txt. Now I am trying to follow the instructions but it already went wrong at the very first command. I have no experience with compiling from source but like to learn because I want to install the latest version of Pd Vanilla. The repositories of Linux Mint have only a very old version.

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    @solipp said:

    @Nobody you'll need to compile it from the source. Download the source msp.ucsd.edu/Software/pd-0.49-0.src.tar.gz, read the INSTALL.txt and follow the instructions. It's not too complicated.

    I tried it following the INSTALL.txt but it already went wrong at the very first command. I will open another topic especially about compiling Pd Vanilla from source on Linux Mint.

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    I don't see the option "Find Externals" in the Help-menu...

    I have Pd Vanilla 0.45.4. That is the version in the repositories of Linux Mint. Maybe I should update, but how?

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    Interesting! How do I start the Deken-plugin?

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    I think I found a solution:

    The problem with closing Pd and viewing videos on YouTube disappears if I don't select "jack" in the Media-settings and leave the settings on their default values: ALSA (after loading a patch) and OSS-MIDI. After switching DSP off I can even watch videos without closing Pd first.

    Thanks for the tips, they helped me find the solution.

    (There might be a problem when I want to connect Pd to other programs by means of jack, but we will deal with that later.)

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