• prandam

    @solipp this is just perfect, great sound. thanks a lot.

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    @ricky is for a 8-channel text-to-speech chorus. kind of funny, really. thanks a lot for these great externals!

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    @whale-av this is right on the money, David. Thanks!

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    @whale-av the idea is to build like a timer, where each bang bangs when a unit changes, or tens, or hundreds. The initial value is incrementing continuously and I want to separate each number and tie it to a different bang.

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  • prandam

    I have a number (received via OSC, changing really fast -every 20 ms- from some calculations) and I need to take the units, tens, hundreds and thousands like individual bangs. I thought using counter like this:

    Screen Shot 2019-09-06 at 1.06.44 AM.png

    But the bangs don't go at the same frequency each position is changing in the received value.

    Any ideas about how to accomplish this in a more elegant way?

    Thanks a lot.

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    @whale-av This works just perfect for what I need! Thanks a lot for the help.

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    @whale-av Thanks a lot! I receive this message (about [audience~]):

    audience~.pd_darwin: mach-o, but wrong architecture 
    

    --maybe they're too old and in an old OSX architecture? I just put the audience~.pd.darwin and audience~-help.pd in the same folder of my patch.

    grampipan and grambidec by @ricky sounds just perfect --but the links are broken, couldn't find anything in the authors' website.

    HOA looks just great, but I think nobody can run it in Mac nowadays? Somebody knows an alternative?

    I can't believe Pure Data doesn't have a proper multi-channel / ambisonic / spatialization library --time to consider Max/MSP? that would suck, lots of work in PD already for this 8-ch installation :'-(

    Thanks for any hint, guys!

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  • prandam

    Hi!
    I'm looking for an external that could help me doing 360 pannings in a multichannel environment (quad or octophonic). Some stuff I found here in the forums (like https://forum.pdpatchrepo.info/topic/7369/any-idea-who-made-this-4ch-pan or https://forum.pdpatchrepo.info/topic/2930/4-channels-surround-pan) or the CICM library (ambipan~, vbapan~, etc) won't work. Same with the HOA library that I can't get to compile in my Mac OS.

    I just need something that could allow me to do 360 degrees panning between 4 or 8 speakers. Any idea of a simple external or any hint to create this? The ideal would be to have some kind of wheel of channels where I can put a sound in any position of the circumference. I can also compromise with a simple h-scroll where I could place the different speakers and do a manual or automated panning moving its slider.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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    @beep.beep thanks a lot! and of course would be nice to see that 2.0 version! Thanks to you and @whale-av for the help.

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