• svanya

    @oid That's great. Glad you found a way to improve on it.

    Did you share the patch somewhere?


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  • svanya

    I have found this information to be very useful when working with automation as well as with respect to MIDI, esp fluid~.

    May they prove of some use to you.


    p.s. I also include the chords.txt I have.

    Useful information re Musical Modes.zip



    I created the files by looking at:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromatic_circle License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
    (at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_Creative_Commons_Attribution-ShareAlike_3.0_Unported_License).

    Below is a screenshot of the using-the-data-example.pd patch.


    and here is a screenshot of the constellations-modes.txt


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  • svanya


    Thank you very much for the lead. Will look into it. Much appreciated.


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  • svanya

    @meschi Thank you for the info. Very valuable to know.

    Still couldn't get what I wanted to work (i.e. resolve the 64-bit not implemented issue).

    And have had to cut my losses and pursue a different route for what I want.

    Am going to leave it at using proximity detectors instead.

    Peace through sharing. Love thru Music.

    Thanks, again.

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  • svanya

    I really want to use VideOSC+ with my work.

    Yet when my desktop receives the stream, it throws a "64-bit numbers not supported error.

    Ie. starting with which version of PD (most esp which Linux kernel (or Ubuntu version) does this become "supported"?



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    Experimenting with adding a column to the traditional note=[pitch, vel, channel] triplet] to make it 4 parameters.

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  • svanya

    Weighted-random music generation+improv settings:

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  • svanya

    Thank you for the input. I really appreciate it.

    I think I got it worked out. See below.

    Found out gemmouse does send a mousewheel event, but only as if it were a bang to the XY.

    So if you keep the mouse still, ie trap for not changing, you can safely assume (if you also trap for click changes) that the result out is the mousewheel event.


    Peace, Love, Beauty thru Pd :-)


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    I've searched my externals and online and have tried hcs and hid and neither work. (hcs does not see the mousewheel from inside the gemwindow and hid sends constant (at poll rate) output (so is never completely off). (note: due to my OS I am using Pd version: Pd 0.50.2).

    Simply, I want to be able to "zoom" like one would on the z-axis of an online map. So on each mousewheel click up or down it increments or decrements a value.

    Thanks, in adavnce. I look forward to your suggestion, advise, link to external, abs, or just image/sketch of how to do it.

    Peace through sharing.
    Love through music.
    Beauty through Gem.

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