Re: [PD] recursive controls problem

2014-05-09 Thread Frank Barknecht
connect 11 0 9 0; #X connect 12 0 13 0; #X connect 13 0 11 0; #X connect 13 0 4 1; #X connect 14 0 4 1; ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list -- Frank Barknecht

Re: [PD] declare and abstraction

2013-10-08 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] Sum of delays...

2013-09-24 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi Mario, On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 08:44:15PM -0300, Mario Mey wrote: Your router.pd is the one I was looking for for the router connection. Because I had done a dozens-of-wires connection... a mess. I use that technics, now, it is beautifull. Thank you. Great to hear! Is it better to have

Re: [PD] Sum of delays...

2013-09-23 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Sun, Sep 22, 2013 at 12:09:53AM +0100, Ed Kelly wrote: if you can I would prefer to patch with direct connections as it may make things clearer. Attach is a little sketch (router.pd) which uses no signal-sends and -receives at all, so you can be sure to have no delays introduced. Still

Re: [PD] Sum of delays...

2013-09-20 Thread Frank Barknecht
, only sorting in the right way. In other words, I'm not desperate to improve this. El 19/09/13 16:35, Frank Barknecht escribió: Hi, On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 02:20:28PM -0300, Mario Mey wrote: I think most of s/r and throw/catch are between abstracts. If I want to sort

Re: [PD] Sum of delays...

2013-09-19 Thread Frank Barknecht
that objects? Block delays with non-local connections will only happen if you don't do order forcing. But if you are careful, you will have zero delay. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at

Re: [PD] Sum of delays...

2013-09-19 Thread Frank Barknecht
abstraction, but you have to connect these just as you have connected the subpatches. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http

Re: [PD] u_samplekit2 text file formatting

2013-09-15 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] Scaling values in pd

2013-09-02 Thread Frank Barknecht
to scale values? You can use an abstraction like m_scale.pd from the ri-library (attached) for this. Or just divide by 127 and multiply with 500. :) Ciao -- Frank Barknecht _ __footils.org__ m_scale.pd Description: application/puredata m_scale

Re: [PD] Reading txt file inside folder

2013-08-30 Thread Frank Barknecht
, iOS, Android, etc. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] CPU usage of GUI objects in subpatches

2013-07-15 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, I didn't test current Pd versions nor your fork, but up to 0.43 GUI objects in subpatches or abstractions were a substantial and significant CPU load when they are activated, even when invisible. So this is slow: [r data] | [hsl ...] | [s data-out] But this is fast: [r data] | |

Re: [PD] l2ork: SSSAD loads but doesn't save presets

2013-06-24 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] vanilla replacement for polygate~ ?

2013-03-26 Thread Frank Barknecht
it once. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] Expression challenge 2013

2013-03-19 Thread Frank Barknecht
manually. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] list vs. symbol array [was: Re: Licensing issues]

2012-11-08 Thread Frank Barknecht
] is doing something different. You should not use m_symbolarray to replace it. Only use a symbolic array, where you need it. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE

Re: [PD] IBM PureData

2012-11-08 Thread Frank Barknecht
magnet? inlet bypass mechanism? isolating beat masher? industrial bitcrush monster? indie band mutilator? ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list -- Frank Barknecht

[PD] list vs. symbol array [was: Re: Licensing issues]

2012-11-06 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Mon, Nov 05, 2012 at 11:38:00AM -0800, Jonathan Wilkes wrote: - Original Message - From: Frank Barknecht f...@footils.org On Mon, Nov 05, 2012 at 08:26:17AM -0800, Jonathan Wilkes wrote: How many table names total were there in the patch that was overloading the device

Re: [PD] Licensing issues (was rjdj is gone, robotcowboy is coming ...)

2012-11-05 Thread Frank Barknecht
(i.e. the list length) gets large or b) you have to activate this idiom many, many times, you can hit a wall. And it's quite easy to make a) and b) with sample players if you play polyphonic music with many instruments in it. Here m_symbolarray is one way out. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht

Re: [PD] Licensing issues (was rjdj is gone, robotcowboy is coming ...)

2012-11-05 Thread Frank Barknecht
some benchmarks on your own and compare array access with list filtering. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info

Re: [PD] Licensing issues (was rjdj is gone, robotcowboy is coming ...)

2012-11-04 Thread Frank Barknecht
-names in a generic sample player. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] Open midi files in PD Vanilla?

2012-08-13 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 11:37:17AM -0700, Miller Puckette wrote: The seq object is part of Krzysztof Czaja's cyclone library which I found rather easy to compile last time I tried (on a linux system; not sure what will happen in IOS). I don't think there are any third-party library

Re: [PD] list-abs

2012-07-13 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] running Pd with a timer for an installation?

2012-07-09 Thread Frank Barknecht
. If you want to quit Pd at a certain time, [date] from the zexy library is fine, or you can use your operating system's scheduling mechanisms to start a little script to quit Pd gracefully via pdsend and a [netreceive] in your patch. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] [TogEdge] - anything else ?

2012-06-21 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 05:29:49PM +0200, tim vets wrote: don't know if it matters if the tgl isn't visible, but i guess you could also use: [i ]X[== 0] That would be *much* faster than using the [tgl]. You can squeeze a little bit more performance out of it if you use [f ] instead of [i

Re: [PD] [pd] tables as patch storage

2012-06-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 11:29:10PM -0400, Billy Stiltner wrote: so there are 3 builti ways to do some sort of patch storage - msgbox, table, and txtfile. 4) data structures i.e. the [struct] object and relatives. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] list.element in mtl?

2012-05-26 Thread Frank Barknecht
[packel $1], so you could use that instead. If you want to avoid externals, you could build something with two [list split] objects or message boxes with set, adddollar. For negative indices, just substract the index from [list length] Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] list.element in mtl?

2012-05-26 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Sat, May 26, 2012 at 09:45:38AM +0200, Frank Barknecht wrote: On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 02:34:13PM -0400, Dafydd Hughes wrote: Hi folks I may be wrong here: is mtl meant to replace pdmtl? If that's the case, am I crazy or is list.element missing? Is there a good replacement

[PD] Current PMPD binaries for Win and Mac?

2012-05-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
make them available? Thanks a lot. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] Current PMPD binaries for Win and Mac?

2012-05-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 11:36:46AM +0200, Nicolas Montgermont wrote: Here are the mac bins from august 2011 Wonderful, thanks a lot! Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list

Re: [PD] variable receive objects?

2012-05-12 Thread Frank Barknecht
], check out the sroute.pd example in the [list]-abs collection. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ rs-set.pd Description: application/puredata r-set.pd Description: application/puredata s-set.pd Description: application/puredata

Re: [PD] state of memento.

2012-04-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
on the [sssad] abstraction. It's also usually not shipped by the Pd-extended maintainer (maybe it is in the latest version, I didn't check), but because it's a single Pd vanilla abstraction, it is very easy to use just everywhere. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] hslider/vslider - mismatch of input and output

2012-04-02 Thread Frank Barknecht
=1556206group_id=55736atid=478070 It happens, if the slider's range is not divisible by its pixel size. A 100px slider 0...100 is fine, a 100px slider 0 ... 127 is not. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__

Re: [PD] list-abs and externals [was: Re: [pd] tables as patch storage]

2012-03-30 Thread Frank Barknecht
happened: list-len.pd was counting the output of [list-drip] before [list length] was introduced, which is now the sole object inside of list-len.pd Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing

Re: [PD] rtc lib help patch revisions

2012-03-30 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 02:46:12PM -0700, Jonathan Wilkes wrote: Thanks.  On that page it says: Thanks to Frank Barknecht and others, RTC-lib is available for Pd (Pure Data). Download from khz96.org. Frank?  Should I sent the revisions to you to commit? Yeah, I ported RTC to Pd. You can send

Re: [PD] [pd] tables as patch storage

2012-03-27 Thread Frank Barknecht
full with message boxes used as patch storage. Patch-level storga it nice for toplevel patches, but often not really useful in abstractions, when each abstraction instance needs a different state, although they all share the same patch file. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] [pd] tables as patch storage

2012-03-27 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 08:04:37AM -0700, Jonathan Wilkes wrote: From: Mathieu Bouchard ma...@artengine.ca (Of course, there are externals, but they're not the kind of thing used by the kind of people who come up with list-abs.) I don't know what that means.  What does that mean? Matju

[PD] list-abs and externals [was: Re: [pd] tables as patch storage]

2012-03-27 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 11:21:15AM -0400, Mathieu Bouchard wrote: list-abs was designed to only use pd's builtins, no externs, which makes it more like academic exercises of proving that anything can be done with a Turing tape machine, rather than being designed in a pragmatic way. Actually

Re: [PD] [pd] tables as patch storage

2012-03-27 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 11:38:13AM -0400, Mathieu Bouchard wrote: Le 2012-03-27 à 17:37:00, Frank Barknecht a écrit : On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 08:04:37AM -0700, Jonathan Wilkes wrote: From: Mathieu Bouchard ma...@artengine.ca (Of course, there are externals, but they're not the kind of thing

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Pduino 0.5 maintenance release

2012-03-19 Thread Frank Barknecht
for a while now. It's much improved and easier to get running on Pd installations including vanilla-based ones because it avoids relying on the Pd-extended path layout where unneccessary. Hans forgot to mention where to get it: https://github.com/reduzent/pduino Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo

Re: [PD] Re : Re : store and manipulate multiple lists

2012-03-18 Thread Frank Barknecht
again and again in almost the same way. It's like the [f ]x[+ 1] counter: At first it's hard to understand, but later you'll just do it without thinking. Attached is a working sort patch. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ sort-by-first-element

Re: [PD] Re : store and manipulate multiple lists

2012-03-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 11:39:51AM +, Andy Farnell wrote: Yes of course. Once you can sort items of any type you can sort aggregate items, structs, sublists or whatever on one of their elements. Its a little messy in Pd. The best way might be to use pointers and try to do the

Re: [PD] vline~ precision, or sequentially segmented playback of a buffer

2012-03-14 Thread Frank Barknecht
be possible to correct the timing issues of the offset inlet with some additional calculations involving [timer] and [bang~] that take into account that this inlet is only updated at block boundaries. It's probably a bit tricky to get right, but I suppose it could work. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht

Re: [PD] mrpeach routeOSC behaves differently then its previous release?

2012-03-13 Thread Frank Barknecht
is a proper OSC-path would just be applied to the first element of a list-message if necessary. So I'm not convinced. :) Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE

Re: [PD] vline~ precision, or sequentially segmented playback of a buffer

2012-03-13 Thread Frank Barknecht
are expected anyway. The offset-index of [tabread4~] is a message inlet that is not timing accurate, [tabread4~] will use the value from here at a different time than [vline~] uses its own copy of the value, leading to clicks. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] mrpeach routeOSC behaves differently then its previous release?

2012-03-13 Thread Frank Barknecht
it here, unless one is a language lawyer. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] mrpeach routeOSC behaves differently then its previous release?

2012-03-13 Thread Frank Barknecht
changed in the newest release to not allow list-messages containing OSC-messages as first item anymore, breaking some old patches without any urgent necessity. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list

Re: [PD] tunetof scl2pd.py

2012-03-12 Thread Frank Barknecht
don't remember anymore if the latest version deals correctly with non-octave tunings, it may not. What exactly did you change here? Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list

Re: [PD] vline~ precision, or sequentially segmented playback of a buffer

2012-03-12 Thread Frank Barknecht
(or 44 samples for each half of the triangle wave). This actually is a limitation of [metro] which has a lower boundary of 1 millisecond. If you replace it with a metro-clone based on a feedback'd [delay] you can get lower periods. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] tunetof scl2pd.py

2012-03-09 Thread Frank Barknecht
. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] pdlua and tclpd: now embedded in Pd-extended 0.43

2012-02-27 Thread Frank Barknecht
/pil/ For starters the online 1st edition is fine, but I still recommend to buy the second edition: The PIL is one of the best books on programming in general in my opinion, and you will probably learn a lot that you can use in other languages as well. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You

Re: [PD] sigmund list sort

2012-02-26 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 02:45:38PM -0500, Mathieu Bouchard wrote: Le 2012-02-25 à 09:34:00, Frank Barknecht a écrit : Yes, exactly. I often use data structures, well, as data structures and almost never use them for scores in a UPIC sense. What's UPIC ? I was referring to the UPIC

Re: [PD] Resonant filter using cpole~ czero~

2012-02-25 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 12:46:13PM -0500, Mathieu Bouchard wrote: Le 2012-02-24 à 09:07:00, Frank Barknecht a écrit : I made it half signal-rate: The object accepts signal parameters, but these are just linearly interpolated internally, i.e. they don't move correctly on a circle. If you

Re: [PD] sigmund list sort

2012-02-25 Thread Frank Barknecht
. I often use data structures, well, as data structures and almost never use them for scores in a UPIC sense. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account

Re: [PD] sigmund list sort

2012-02-25 Thread Frank Barknecht
) and uses O(log n) stack. I don't know any more recent version of list-abs. To me the home of [list]-abs is the CVS repository, but I'm a bad boy who practically never does proper releases. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__

Re: [PD] sigmund list sort

2012-02-25 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 09:38:20AM +0100, Frank Barknecht wrote: Hi, On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 01:26:54PM -0500, Mathieu Bouchard wrote: I have Pd-extended 42.5 that contains Michał Seta's sort, which used to be cubic (O(n³)) and with even lower sorting limits, until I made you replace

Re: [PD] sigmund list sort

2012-02-24 Thread Frank Barknecht
much the sorting algorithm, which is very fast and can sort way more than 125 items. However copying the list to a data structure and back - this currently indeed has a problem with stack-overflows, as I'm now aware. Have to think about a fix ... Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] Resonant filter using cpole~ czero~

2012-02-24 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Sun, Feb 19, 2012 at 11:33:28AM -0500, Mathieu Bouchard wrote: Le 2012-02-03 à 09:46:00, Frank Barknecht a écrit : Most filters in the rj library (https://github.com/rjdj/rjlib) use a similar approach. They even include a biquad-clone written with elementary filters. Why would you

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Japanese Pure Data book is out now.

2012-02-24 Thread Frank Barknecht
/ __/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/ ___ Pd-announce mailing list pd-annou...@iem.at http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-announce -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list

Re: [PD] sigmund list sort

2012-02-24 Thread Frank Barknecht
- http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ peak-sort.pd Description: application/puredata set-peak.pd Description: application/puredata ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list

Re: [PD] two arguments for udpsend OSC message?

2012-02-13 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] sdtout converts symbol with space to list

2012-02-07 Thread Frank Barknecht
a symbol, but the printer doesn't handle it. [stdout] does handle spaces in symbols, but not in combination with the [t a] in front of it, only when it receives the spaced-out symbol directly. I guess there is something shady with [stdout]'s anything-method going on. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht

Re: [PD] Equal-power crossfade?

2012-02-06 Thread Frank Barknecht
where p is in radians from 0 to PI/2 (i.e. multiply your 0...1 panning by 1.5708...) Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http

Re: [PD] Analog square wave?

2012-02-06 Thread Frank Barknecht
as the partials are filtered out. Pretty much every commercial digital synth and plugin uses anti-aliased waveforms. However when using this as a LOW frequency oscillator, I would simply ignore the literature on bandlimiting and go with a pure digital aliased wave full force! :) Ciao -- Frank

Re: [PD] Equal-power crossfade?

2012-02-06 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Mon, Feb 06, 2012 at 02:42:01PM +0100, Frank Barknecht wrote: Hi, On Mon, Feb 06, 2012 at 02:22:34PM +0100, Pierre Massat wrote: I need a simple equal-power crossfade between two signals. I asked the same question a few years ago, but i just can't remember how to do

Re: [PD] Equal-power crossfade?

2012-02-06 Thread Frank Barknecht
, it will move as if on an oval. Avoiding this kind of movement is the motivation for CP-panning. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http

Re: [PD] Equal-power crossfade?

2012-02-06 Thread Frank Barknecht
different input sounds, the CP-fade gives nicer results. Attached is an example that uses the linear/cp crossfades from the rj-library as subpatches and fades two different signals and then the same signal twice. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__

Re: [PD] Resonant filter using cpole~ czero~

2012-02-03 Thread Frank Barknecht
filters in the rj library (https://github.com/rjdj/rjlib) use a similar approach. They even include a biquad-clone written with elementary filters. Some are modelled after the classic reson-filters used since CSound times. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] precision of vline~ and/or pd messaging

2012-01-26 Thread Frank Barknecht
/latest/book-html/node43.html and Converting controls to signals http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/techniques/latest/book-html/node52.html and help patch: C04.control.to.signal.pd Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__

Re: [PD] precision of vline~ and/or pd messaging

2012-01-25 Thread Frank Barknecht
and they provide some nice functionality besides accuracy, but the accuracy you get with vline~ and Pd's clock objects (metro, delay, etc.) already is subsample-exact, so it's fine for many cases and as good as what you get with [samm~] and relatives. Just use [metro]. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You

Re: [PD] my phase vocoder example implemented in polar form

2012-01-10 Thread Frank Barknecht
this actually very similar to the simpler and faster [wrap~] (see attachment)? [wrap~] is different in that it will also wrap around for values larger than twice the loop size and it will wrap around in negavite areas as well, but I think, that's what you want anyway. Ciao -- Frank Barknecht

[PD] [PD-announce] 7. November 2011: Patchbay in Cologne

2011-11-01 Thread Frank Barknecht
English below | V Liebe Freunde, am nächsten Montag, 7.11.2011, findet nach einer ausgedehnten Sommerpause unser nächstes Patchbay-Treffen statt. Special Guest: Chikashi Miyama. Wir starten um 19:00 im

Re: [PD] sigmund~

2011-09-30 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 06:35:51PM -0700, Benoît Fortier wrote: I'm using the sigmund~ object to get amplitude and pitch information for the loudest peaks of a signal (see the sinusoid-tracking help patch, which can be found in the sigmund~ help patch). Out of that information, I want to

Re: [PD] Output numbers consecutively, one at a time in PD

2011-09-13 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 11:39:11PM +0200, Patrice Colet wrote: hi, - Sebastian Valenzuela svalenzuelamu...@gmail.com a écrit : Thank you for the responses, Andy and Jonathan. But I am looking for something that will output THE FIRST number whenever I hit bang... then the NEXT

[PD] Chord by me

2011-09-11 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, Chord is a drone metal piece I wrote for the Cologne Music Night 2011, where it was performed in a very nice location, the Kunststation St. Peter, an old romanic church from around 1500. So far I don't have a recording of the performance, so here you get one of the final rehearsals I did with

Re: [PD] (breaking symbols) was Re: find a list of numbers in a text file

2011-09-10 Thread Frank Barknecht
. To see how the type system works, you should go to the source code where you will discover that it allows symbols that look like a number, because the data-carrying part of a symbol is a char*. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__

Re: [PD] (breaking symbols) was Re: find a list of numbers in a text file

2011-09-09 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Tue, Sep 06, 2011 at 09:30:25AM -0700, Jonathan Wilkes wrote: From: fbar f...@footils.org I used [makefilename %d] a lot in the rj library's [m_chorddict] dictionary for chords, where some chord names are proper symbols, like m7, while others are floats like 7. The float-names get

Re: [PD] (breaking symbols) was Re: find a list of numbers in a text file

2011-09-09 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Wed, Sep 07, 2011 at 02:13:01PM -0400, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote: About hex 0x form, that could conceivably fall under the anything that looks like a number is a float, as least for programmers. I really disagree with your assumption, that in Pd, anything that looks like a number is

Re: [PD] (breaking symbols) was Re: find a list of numbers in a text file

2011-09-06 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Mon, Sep 05, 2011 at 02:34:30PM -0400, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote: On Sep 5, 2011, at 2:06 PM, Frank Barknecht wrote: Here this sentence is true, but you know that not every data entity in Pd can be used in object boxes as name or argument, while most things that looks like

Re: [PD] (breaking symbols) was Re: find a list of numbers in a text file

2011-09-06 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Mon, Sep 05, 2011 at 11:41:53PM -0700, Jonathan Wilkes wrote: I think my proposal of having Pd automagically make floats out of selectors that look like numbers solves half of the problem, as well as being consistent with what's written in the last paragraph of 2.3.1.  The other half is

Re: [PD] (breaking symbols) was Re: find a list of numbers in a text file

2011-09-05 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Mon, Sep 05, 2011 at 01:36:34PM -0400, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote: On Sep 5, 2011, at 1:11 PM, Mathieu Bouchard wrote: On Sun, 4 Sep 2011, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote: So in the sense of Pd, anything that can be intepreted as a number should be. This discussion is s 2005 ...

Re: [PD] Appending two signals together to create a third

2011-09-03 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 11:51:34PM -1000, Rick T wrote: I have two signals Signal B and Signal C that I would like to append, which would create a joined signal called Signal D. I can create Signal B and Signal C but the questions I have is: I created a image that may help explain it better

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2011-08-15 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] find a list of numbers in a text file

2011-08-03 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Pd Convention - Data structures workshop: Taking your requests

2011-08-03 Thread Frank Barknecht
the number is used as a flag if a symbol is active or deleted. So your symbolarray can have holes, but OTOH if you create an array with only one symbol stored at position 20,000 it will use up the memory of 20,000 symbol/number pairs. But so does a [table] ... Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Pd Convention - Data structures workshop: Taking your requests

2011-08-02 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Mon, Aug 01, 2011 at 08:59:49AM -0500, Charles Henry wrote: I'm mainly interested in using Pd for scientific and engineering research. I have a mixed level of experience--I'm deep into the DSP routines, but I have no clue how data structures work. About the only application I can think

Re: [PD] Pitch Shift

2011-08-02 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] number stream in ascending order

2011-08-01 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] Controlling pd patch from mobile phone

2011-07-09 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] Pd monosymphonia

2011-06-27 Thread Frank Barknecht
-subpatchname] instead of having to manually delete the created tables/objects. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http

Re: [PD] numeric order

2011-06-20 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] numeric order

2011-06-20 Thread Frank Barknecht
as in the attached example. Unfortunatly creating scalars with symbol-fields is not directly possible with [append] - at least not in 0.42 - so I had to do the additional work of using [set -symbol ...] Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me? _ __footils.org__ sort-pair.pd

Re: [PD] d-scale abstraction with rjdj

2011-06-18 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 10:45:45AM -0400, Pagano, Patrick wrote: But here is an FM glitcher using d-scale and Tonalatonal, I patch I found on list a few years ago that is RIPE for rjDJ-ness Maybe you can look at these and help me make em a little more spiffy, or at very least get tonal

Re: [PD] Sort and init objects

2011-06-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 02:11:20PM -0400, Mathieu Bouchard wrote: On Wed, 15 Jun 2011, Pagano, Patrick wrote: It seems to want a list-drip? Get the whole list-abs library. Recent versions (since about two years) include my accelerated [list-drip] (formerly known as [list-drip-quick]).

Re: [PD] converting accelerometer gyro to positive values

2011-06-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 09:21:53AM -0400, Pagano, Patrick wrote: I am still fooling around with rjdj and I was wondering what way people are using to turn r #acceleromter r #gyro to positive values. I usually use a mccallum abstraction d-scale for stuff like this but I am not sure it will

Re: [PD] d-scale abstraction with rjdj

2011-06-17 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 07:37:00AM -0400, Pagano, Patrick wrote: I did not hear back yesterday and I am wondering Can I use the d-scale abstraction David Mccallum wrote in rjdj? I answered now, but to answer in more general terms: If an abstraction uses only the objects and features that

Re: [PD] u_loader and global preset manager in RJDJ lib

2011-06-12 Thread Frank Barknecht
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Re: [PD] Sort and init objects

2011-06-12 Thread Frank Barknecht
to be much faster than list-quicksort from list-abs (the currently fastest sorting in there), but only sorts in ascending order. See the bench.pd benchmark for a comparison. You will probably want to modify datastort to suit your needs. Ciao -- Frank BarknechtDo You RjDj.me

Re: [PD] Sort and init objects

2011-06-12 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 08:09:37PM +0200, Frank Barknecht wrote: Well, thinking about it, descending order turned out to be dead simple, as it can be realized using a different order when building the final list (append instead of prepend) so attached is a new version, Sorry, last

Re: [PD] Sort and init objects

2011-06-12 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 06:59:50PM +0200, Frank Barknecht wrote: Another option would be sorting with data structures, which I usually do today. Attached is an example abstraction for data structure sorting (datasort.pd). It seems to be much faster than list-quicksort from list-abs

Re: [PD] u_loader and global preset manager in RJDJ lib

2011-06-07 Thread Frank Barknecht
On Mon, Jun 06, 2011 at 03:06:52PM +0200, Frank Barknecht wrote: Easy: Just add one with [u_loader name_of_abstraction-$1 $0] to each of your abstractions and then use [u_dispatch param $0] to handle your parameters Oops, wrong order: It's [u_dispatch $0 param], because that's useful to copy

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