• prandam

    @ingox Thanks for the heads up. I didn't know that this name collision could happen even with totally different patches opened! Thanks.

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    @Balwyn Thanks a lot! this worked!

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    @Balwyn Thanks a lot! But the patch won't work for me (getting warning "texto: multiply defined"). The idea is that the symbol at the end will show the value of the next line OR random line value (using a checkbox as a switch between both modes) of the selected file (mia or penelope).

    mia.txt values: mia-001, mia-002, mia-003... mia-n
    penelope.txt values: i, ic, if, ig ... x

    When the file is selected with one of the top messages the symbol at the end should show a value of that file. Before this symbol there should be a checkbox that switches between 'random' and 'sequential' mode for the next values. The next values should appear with a bang.

    Any ideas? Thanks a lot for any help, guys!

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  • prandam

    I'm making this patch to read different text files and get the size (number of lines) to then select a random value between the first and last line of the file.

    The thing works in the sense that when I choose one or other filename it reads and prints that line number right but the overall size of the file isn't showing. Am I missing something?

    Also:

    1. how can I trigger [text get] without using [send text-help-send] ? I need to do the first reading after loading the file.
    2. How can I set a mode to read sequentially OR randomly between 0 and max number of lines (with a bang)?

    Thanks a lot for any help!

    sreadfile.zip

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    @whale-av that was it! thanks a lot.

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  • prandam

    Hi guys,
    I'm using the Pitch Shift from the examples (G09) and trying to use it a few times in my main patch. I did some modifications using the $0 at the begining of the sends/receives and in a [delwrite] but I'm getting these errors:

    0-transpose: no such object
    0-window: no such object
    0-delay: no such object
    

    Am I missing something? Thanks a lot for any hint!

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    spitchshift~.pd

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  • prandam

    @weightless Great! this will come in handy for sure. Thanks a lot.

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  • prandam

    Hi @Jona, the solution by @weightless works --and is easier and cleaner than whatever I was doing. Thanks for your message!

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    @weightless That's totally right! (the logic behind swavfile is that I would access multiple folders (so the pàthname would change using some rules) --but I can do the exact same thing using this method. Thanks a lot! Really helpful.

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    I have a list of names in a text file. In [sreadtfile] I get the name (a line from the file) and then in [swavfile] I concat some strings to build the path. At the end of this subpatch I have the proper "open path/filename" message but it won't work (I receive a "readsf~: no method for 'open tts/penelope/jais.wav' $1: argument number out of range" in the write) BUT if I copy and paste any of those messages into another message box (the one at the most right in the left image) the thing works and [readsf~] receives the proper command and the files is opened. Am I missing something here? some hidden character is in the constructed filename?

    ---This is driving me nuts, thanks for any help, guys!

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    pd-sol.zip

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