Hello everybody! Well thank you so much for your kind answer. I did install ubuntu studio and PureData does open, but I still got no sound. Problem seems to be, I can't install pulseaudio alsa modules! I have tried to install both "pulseaudio-alsa" and "pulseaudio-modules-alsa". Anytime I try to install the I get the "unable to locate package" error message.
Could it be there is no alsa module for ARM architectures?
Thanks you again for your kind replies!
I'm trying to make pd work on an android phone using Andronix, with no luck so far. I have compiled from source, but I do not hey any sound devices!
Here are some screenshots I hope can give some clues of the issue...
I also installed in Ubuntu from the repositories and had similar issues. What could I do to fix this? Thanks in advance!!
@whale-av that just solved it, Great!
This was bugging me for months, thank you so much!
Hello everyone. Thanks for reading.
I have been using Pure Data for about a year now, but I am still pretty much a newbie. I'm using PD portable 0,49.0 on a windows 7 PC. There are some issues with audio which I get and do not understand. For starters, if I have a patch opened that contains an osc~ object I get a click and a high, constant (although not loud) tone every time I turn on DSP. I do not get this with patches that do not use osc~. Also, when I use the line object in my patches, for instance to control gain (fade in and fade out) I get some minimal clipping too. The funny thing is, when I use the writesf~ object to record a wave sound the clipping I hear when using is not recorded. I'm pretty sure it must be some issue involving my hardware and settings, but I have not been able to find it. I did try to increase latency but it didn't solve anything.
This is a screenshot of my audio settings
This is one of the patches I have been working on, although it has no osc~ objects. Still, there is clipping that seems to be associated with the use of the line object.
This is a patch I've been working on which produces all the issues I have mentioned.
I hope there is a fix to this problem. I will appreciate any advice you can give.
Thank you again for reading