• seanzshow1

    Hi, Thanks for the quick replies.

    @palaver As far as I can tell, bangs/sliders etc are supported ie they work within the patch...

    ...but are not actually usable as GUI elements. So if my patch utilises them to run processes thats fine but (as far asI can tell...) I would need to connect them to HTML GUI elements to actually control them.

    I remember reading somewhere that I had to include recieve's in the patch with names that were defined in the code but cant find any proper documentation.

    @EEight thanks for the link. It looks a bit over my head but Ill have a go! :)

    Many thanks

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  • seanzshow1

    Hi

    Does anyone know where to find some basic documentation of how to set up sliders/buttons etc to control a webpd patch. I am familiar with PD but have only basic Javascript/HTML knowledge.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers

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  • seanzshow1

    Its about time someone reinvented Timecode ;)

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  • seanzshow1

    Ah sorry!

    Its a free open source library that Ableton released for quickly syncing devices. A lot of 3rd party app developers have integrated it but I was wondering if there are any obvious hurdles that are preventing more people using it in Hardware projects.

    https://goo.gl/R2JWCH

    Cheers

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  • seanzshow1

    Hi,

    Ive been looking for some link enabled hardware projects and cant really seem to find much. I was thinking of looking into it more but was wondering if anyone has worked with LINK and hardware (arduino/Raspberry Pi...etc) I know someone has made a Eurorack module recently and was wondering if there is anything else.

    Many thanks

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