• Seán

    @Balwyn That's super, works perfectly (and looks real pretty too!). I appreciate the help, I would have spent years trying to work that out.

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  • Seán

    Thanks for that Balwyn,
    Yes this works perfectly and I don't need to know which toggles were on only that they are all off. However in "real life" I need a version with nine toggles. So I expanded your example (perhaps incorrectly!) and it doesn't work consistently with nine.
    Any idea why?
    ninetoggles.pd

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  • Seán

    This little thing is evading me:
    If I have three toggles how do I calculate if each and all of them are turned off?
    I thought [int] would do it, but no!
    threenumbersintoone.jpg

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  • Seán

    Turns out the out of memory error was trying to tell me something after all. Once I fixed the resize issue the whole patch works - thanks a million.

    I'll share it here if it's helpful for anyone: a sound-on-sound looper with adjustable loop length and the ability to pause loop to restart it from beginning of the table.

    Seán.
    monoloop4.pd

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  • Seán

    Oops, yes you're right, I got the maths wrong with the resizing! The toggle isn't supposed to clear the loop as I need to be able stop loops and restart the extant loop. The mystery for me I think is why [tabwrite~] doesn't write fully into the table.
    Thanks!

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  • Seán

    Hi Balwyn,

    Your patch was super helpful thank you! I added a function that determines the loop length and figured everything was working - alas, it's not!
    e.g. After clearing a short loop, the next loop recorded retains the previous loop's length but I don't understand why.
    For this patch I need to be able to start the loop from its true starting point (not a continuous tape-loop style of cycle).
    Thanks again!
    monoloop3.jpg
    monoloop3.pd

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  • Seán

    Hello all,
    Trying to do what should (and must be!) the simplest of things: Hacking Fernando Quirós' monolooper to include overdub.
    The problem starts when I attempt to create a new layer in [tabwrite~]. This new layer also needs to include whatever is playing in [tabread~] i.e. the loops before it. How do I include the new audio signal without disrupting the original loop structure?
    MonoLooperOverdub.pd

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  • Seán

    Much appreciated.

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  • Seán

    @whale-av Thanks for that David, but looks like I'll use tables instead as [delread~] still doesn't start from the beginning point of a recently recorded loop, it just cycles around and I can't find out how to tell it to play from sample 0 of the buffer.

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  • Seán

    @whale-av Thanks for the reply David. I now realise how unclear my question was! In simpler terms I am looking to stop hearing a looped delay line but being able to start the loop again from its start point.
    [switch~] doesn't start audio from delread~ from the starting point of the loop for me here. I can't find any mention of being able to use [delread~] in this way.
    DelayLoopStart.pd

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