• weightless

    @juliemus You're welcome. I use reaper too so if I can help with that let me know.

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  • weightless

    @ingox I thought so too but I see [list-dripslow] is used in [list-drip2], so maybe for long lists that would've been slower too? I don't know, but they both seem neater like this, thanks again.

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  • weightless

    @ingox @LiamG Thanks both for the explanation, I guess it makes a more difference for very long lists. I asked because I was wondering if it's worth re-doing [list-dripslow] as well with the same method, so maybe it is.

    Thanks again for the patch.

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  • weightless

    @ingox Thanks a lot for this! (I renamed it to list-leak to avoid confusion :smiley: )
    can I ask what makes the other slower? Is it just because it's got more objects or something else like list split?

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  • weightless

    @juliemus Hi and welcome to the forum.
    You've got that right, [noteout] sends midi notes to Pd's midi output device (which can be the IAC driver), so any other program that is set to receive from the IAC driver will play those notes on the respective channels.

    I don't use garageband but here are two options:

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  • weightless

    I actually found a way to do this in case anyone is interested. It's a bit involved but it seems to work.

    random.sum.pd

    EDIT: a simpler version, still requires the [list-abs] abstractions. random.sum2.pd

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  • weightless

    Hi everyone,

    I'm trying to find a way to generate an unspecified number of random floats the sum of which is always a known float, but I can't figure out how to do it.

    I would feed this algorithm 2 values: the number of random numbers (integer), and the value of their sum (float). I intend to use this to generate random breakpoints to use with [breakpoints] or [envgen].

    I hope that makes sense. Thanks in advance.

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  • weightless

    @Ch4n Hi, what is an impulse osc? Could you post you patch?

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  • weightless

    @jancsika Thank you so much for your efforts.

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  • weightless

    @atcq1227 Hi, you can take a look at the external [any2bytes] from the moocow library.

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