• solipp

    to answer your question i'd have to compile the latest version of Purr and test it. (maybe i will:)
    I took advantage of most of the latest features in vanilla, so all i can say is its build and tested in pd-0.49. If someone wants to test with Purr, i'd be happy to know if it works.

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  • solipp

    ok, maybe i was too fast with this statement. I'm not up to date with Purr. Are the latest pd-vanilla features like [savestate] included in Purr Data?

    I'll edit the initial post.

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  • solipp

    Dear forum,

    i'm sharing a bunch of pd-vanilla abstractions on with a focus on live electronics and electroacoustic composition on github:
    https://github.com/solipd/AudioLab

    You'll need pd 0.49 or later to run them, i have not tested with Purr Data and they are not working in pd-extended.
    Also, this is an "alpha release", so some things might change in the future.
    Check out the Examples folder to get started and happy patching!

    cheers

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  • solipp

    dear forum,

    in an additive synth like this:
    additive.JPG

    how would i multiply the combined partials to keep the result in 1 -1 boundaries?
    i thought there must be a rather simple equation for this but haven't found anything so far. any ideas?
    additive.pd

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  • solipp

    @Maelstorm good to know, thanks for the hint!

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  • solipp

    hi,
    i use this method very often. if you wonder how to create abstractions with $0 arguments dynamically, you can do it with a little hack using zexy/makesymbol like this:

    [$(
    [list 0]
    [zexy/makesymbol %s%s]
    [obj 100 100 myabs $1(

    dynamicdollararg.zip

    this makes polyphonic/granular abstractions very easy to handle.

    cheers!

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  • solipp

    yeah, i was afraid there won't be an easy solution.. since i have no programming skills in C or tcl whatsoever.

    "I personally revised every single drawn item on the canvas to make them theme-able from the GUI, and made it available as a patch for Vanilla. But it never made it in" - I would love to see something like that!

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  • solipp

    I really don't like the design of pd-vanilla.. is there a way to make it look like pd-extended?

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  • solipp

    @s.elliot.perez hey, sorry for late response.. [soundfiler] will output the size of the array to be filled, you can feed it with
    [read -resize $1 arrayname( to get the sample length of your soundfile. If you are using extended you might want to check out [soundfile_info] too.
    As for skipping sounds i'm not sure.. you should try a sample-length of about 1500 and feed your contrabass sound via readsf~ into the subpatch.

    Edit: i migth have confused you with the comments in the patch.
    "size of the recording" doesn't mean the actual size of a soundfile. it defines the size of a short record the patch will make.. like a photograph of some periods waveform of the incoming sound, then a phasor will play back this record from the first to the last zero-crossing.

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  • solipp

    hi there,

    your conversation inspired me to make the this patch:
    zerozero.pd

    it will write any incoming sound to an array of a given size, then search for the first and the last zerocrossing and playback this section. so its basically wavestealing, freezing..
    the size of the array to record to would be around 200-500 samps for 2 - 3 periods normal pitch sound at 44100 samplerate..
    anyway, have fun!

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