• Roomy

    Hey All.

    Has anyone got any idea as to why this site, in particular, makes my google chrome blast through the roof with cpu?

    Each tab of PURE DATA Forum~ enables a google chrome renderer at 100%+ cpu. No idea why. Any clues?

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  • Roomy

    Hello All!

    I am trying to add harmonics to a table using the sinsum message function with fair results. Unfortunately though, when the message is triggered (every time a harmonic is added/changed) Pd makes an audible mess. I thought it was some kind of table reading error where its caught on a DC offset. But the noise is just pd having a hiccup from the function of the message.

    Any idea how I can recreate the sinesum message without it using [; Sinesum(??

    Video of my patch. You can see from the sliders on the right I am adding harmonics (1,2,3,4...) to the sinesum and creating some nasty noise. Theoretically, there shouldn't be any noise as an [osc~] obj is the only thing audible.
    Untitled.mov

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  • Roomy

    @whale-av Thanks for reply super fast yet again!! I'm having a bit of trouble with [r pd]. It doesn't seem to be outputting anything when I write to a table. It outputs a ping when reading from the table, just not writing which is the important part.

    My quick demo.

    J.op.pd

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  • Roomy

    This is what I've come up with but it's very convoluted and I don't really want a metro ticking away in the back to save CPU consumption (hence why I wanted to only trigger when something has been changed).

    op test.pd

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  • Roomy

    @whale-av This is exactly the thing I'm after (Thank You)!!! I might have to have a play with it to correct the "new" abstraction placements after the first instances have been removed. They seem to be placed continuing from the deleted ones.

    Edit: Also thank you for clearing the patch up a bit. I was throwing stuff together blindly without consideration. You've done me another favour clearing it up :)!

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  • Roomy

    Hello all!

    Quick one really, how can I trigger a bang each time a value of an array has been manually changed? More points if you can separately bang per index of an array.

    Cheers!

    Josh

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  • Roomy

    Hello all!

    I have created a patch to test out my new found love of dynamic patching. But I have ran into a bit of a wall. I can happily create sub-patches by increasing a number object, but I would like to remove said sub-patches when decreasing the number box.

    Any ideas how I can go about doing this?

    Cheers

    Example File here: Dynamic Test.pd

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  • Roomy

    @weightless Cheers for the quick response!
    Im going to try to download the libraries on to the vanilla, I wasn't aware you could do it without needing to "break into the matrix" or something aha..

    And I will check out Purr Data! I just hope its cross compatible with Pd Extended.

    @whale-av Cheers also for the quick response!
    Unfortunately Pd Extended won't force start or anything so I can't actually open the file :cry: .. Thanks for the suggestion tho! And I have removed both vanilla and extended so that they cannot conflict with each other. Still no gravy :( Guess this is the final nail in the coffin for me aha..

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  • Roomy

    Another thing I find weird with Pd extended is when its crashes and shows "Not Responding". I can only to kill the app with Force Quit.

    Even after the app has gone it still shows up in the activity monitor and its using a insane amount of CPU.

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