• s.elliot.perez

    Edited the title to make it potentially more universal... maybe I'll get an answer this way. ^^;

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    I'm thinking of buying a Cantini MIDI violin. The person from electricviolinshop.com says I would need to hook it up to a MIDI-controller/synth like the Roland GR-55 and then into my computer to get useable MIDI data.

    Has anyone done anything like this? I want to know how the data would be detected in Pure Data. Would each string have its own channel # when using [notein]?

    Also, [notein]'s velocity value is the amplitude, right? So it would change depending on the strength of the string's vibration, right?

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    Hey, was missing an abstraction from that zip, so reuploaded it.

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    I used Cook's FindModes ChucK script to get 20 frequencies and their relative amplitudes, played around with the Q and the result is definitely more wood-like, if not identical to the original recording. Since this patch is specifically for a pan flute colliding against walls, I also have the three [bp~]s on the right that provide pipe-specific resonances with randomized pitches. To test it, click the [1( at the bottom of the patch, then set velocity with the horizontal slider at the top before banging to the left of that.

    fluteBody20201120.zip

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  • s.elliot.perez

    @s.elliot.perez OK, I've improved on that last version, though still sounds different from the recording. If anyone's interested, let me know and I'll post it here.

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  • s.elliot.perez

    Hello!

    Having trouble with a wooden thud sound (specifically the one in the zip). The thud of a metal pipe was easier, because the characteristic "ringing" is easy to reproduce with oscillators. But noisier sounds are harder to analyze since the bands overlap and it's hard to tell how wide they are- ie. how sharp the Q should be. Any tips for that?

    thudTest.zip

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  • s.elliot.perez

    @jameslo Hey, you were right. Thank you!

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    @Butahuruf What kind of input will you be giving it?

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  • s.elliot.perez

    I made a lyre with karplus strong:

    karplusstrong.pd

    It works pretty well, but with pitches above 600 Hz the spectrum becomes very rich, so that the sound becomes very metallic and the fundamental becomes increasingly hidden among the other pitches. What can I do about this?

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