Re: [PD] Pd on Tiny Core Linux on Raspberry Pi

2018-02-22 Thread Thomas Grill
Hi Chris, > >> If you want to install them in the meantime, please grab the files from >> http://l.g.org/puredata_tcz >> The manual installation procedure is the following: > I was able to do a manual install quite easily by copying the puredata.tcz > file over to the RPi and then running:

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] ofelia v1.0.4: Pd external library written with openFrameworks

2018-02-22 Thread Zack Lee
Hi, Jesse I'm currently trying to fix the issue via cloud Linux server as I only have Apple hardwares. I will fix the issue and let you know as soon as possible. (within 24 hours) Thank you! Zack 2018-02-22 18:33 GMT+09:00 Ed Kelly : > Hi Zack, > > I too am having Pd

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] ofelia v1.0.4: Pd external library written with openFrameworks

2018-02-22 Thread Zack Lee
I meant Ed and not Jesse.. Sorry about that. :) Zack 2018-02-22 18:57 GMT+09:00 Zack Lee : > Hi, Jesse > I'm currently trying to fix the issue via cloud Linux server as I only > have Apple hardwares. > I will fix the issue and let you know as soon as possible. (within 24 >

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] ofelia v1.0.4: Pd external library written with openFrameworks

2018-02-22 Thread Ed Kelly via Pd-list
Hi Zack, I too am having Pd crash when ofelia is loaded.Would it help if I compiled it from source?I have Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, 64 bit distro. Thanks,Ed _-_-_-_-_-_-_-^-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ For Lone Shark releases, Pure Data software and published Research, go to http://sharktracks.co.uk  On

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Cyclone 0.3 beta 3 released!

2018-02-22 Thread Alexandre Torres Porres
2018-02-21 17:35 GMT-03:00 Alexandre Torres Porres : > > > Only missing Linux 32 bits right now > Not anymore, everything is up already on https://github.com/ porres/pd-cyclone/releases/tag/cyclone0.3beta-3 but we're facing technical difficulties uploading to deken :/ - a

Re: [PD] [PD-dev] Fwd: external help, please

2018-02-22 Thread Miller Puckette
Check that the input addresses are different from the output ones - usually in a case like that Pd will re-use the memory from the inputs for the outputs, so your object needs to be able to operate in-place. (hint: allocate a bunch of temporary signals on teh stack using alloca(), and put the

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] ofelia v1.0.4: Pd external library written, with openFrameworks (Zack Lee)

2018-02-22 Thread Jim Ruxton
Thank you for this External. Some great objects in there.  I am using Ubuntu 17.10 . It appeared to install perfectly and I ran the script to install dependencies. The non graphics objects I have tested are working great but I don't get anything rendered to the Ofelia window when I try out the

[PD] Fwd: [Faudiostream-users] IFC-18: 2nd Call for Papers - International Faust Conference - Deadline Extended!

2018-02-22 Thread Albert Graef
[Apologies for cross posting, please circulate widely.] *New submission deadline: March 26, 2018* 1st International Faust Conference - Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz (Germany), July 17-18, 2018 The International Faust Conference (IFC-18: http://www.ifc18.uni-mainz.de) will take place at

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread mario buoninfante
Hi Alex, thanks for your reply. I think that also using your abstraction Pd will spit out 1 byte per time (I didn't check it, but I assume that cause it's not an external in C). about MIDI if I'm not wrong, bytes are grouped in accord with the type of message, ie Note on/off and CC are 3

[PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread mario buoninfante
Hi, do you guys know if there's a way to send a list of sysex messages (or 1 complete message, let's say 8 bytes long) rather then 1 byte per time? if not, do you know if there's a particular reason why it's not possible? cheers, Mario ___

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread Alex
I haven't tested in a while but I wrote an abstraction to take a list, wrap it in the sysex start and end and output it as individual bytes: https://github.com/x37v/pure_data midi is a byte oriented protocol.. On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 1:24 PM, mario buoninfante < mario.buoninfa...@gmail.com>

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread Alex
MIDI is a serial protocol, individual bits running down a single line, we now also have USB midi which is a little bit different than that but usually that is abstracted for you. The software monitor you're using likely groups these for you but in reality you simply have a stream of individual

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread mario buoninfante
Hi Ryan, Circuit is sending MIDI via USB, while I'm routing Pd via Jack on Linux. cheers On 02/22/2018 10:25 PM, Ryan Smith wrote: Are you using the hardware midi ports on the Circuit or all through USB? The USB midi specs are slightly different when it comes to sysex messages if I recall

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread Ryan Smith
Are you using the hardware midi ports on the Circuit or all through USB? The USB midi specs are slightly different when it comes to sysex messages if I recall and maybe the Circuit is using that style while Pd doesn't so the interface just sees the messages as bytes instead of grouping it. On

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread Christof Ressi
are you sure you're correctly assembling your sysex messages in Pd? you could use [sysexin] to get the raw sysex messages from your Novation circuit, pass them straight to [midiout] and then have a look at Gmidimonitor. > Gesendet: Donnerstag, 22. Februar 2018 um 23:31 Uhr > Von: "mario

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread mario buoninfante
yap I'm sending sysex from Circuit. I'm using Components a Novation website that allows you to store patches and session from Circuit. and the way that Circuit sends these info is why sysex. so I'm just dumping data and monitoring. On 02/22/2018 10:37 PM, Alex wrote: Oh okay, I get it. I'm

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread mario buoninfante
yap, I know that at the end of the day MIDI is dealing with 1 byte at time. I was wondering why there's a difference between 2 different piece of code that generates MIDI (Pd and Hardware synth). for example I just monitored (via USB) my Novation Circuit (a groovebox) and Gmidimonitor

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread Christof Ressi
don't confuse MIDI messages with the individual bytes which make up the message. Gmidimonitor parses the byte stream so it can tell you which messages it gets. [midiout] is only responsible for sending raw *bytes* to a MIDI device. it's your job to assemble your MIDI *messages*. Gesendet: 

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread mario buoninfante
yes I'm sure, and I also monitored my Circuit on Mac with Midi Monitor, everything is fine. then I'm sure that [sysexin] will spit out 1 byte at time. On 02/22/2018 10:35 PM, Christof Ressi wrote: are you sure you're correctly assembling your sysex messages in Pd? you could use [sysexin] to

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread mario buoninfante
funny thing I created a new patch with only a numberbox connected to [midiout 1], every value I typed will generate a sysex msg?? I don't entirely understand that On 02/22/2018 10:29 PM, Christof Ressi wrote: don't confuse MIDI messages with the individual bytes which make up the

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread mario buoninfante
the way I'm generating sysex in Pd is the following: [list of bytes which starts with 240 and ends with 247( | | [cyclone/iter 1] | | [midiout 1] On 02/22/2018 10:35 PM, Christof Ressi wrote: are you sure you're correctly assembling your sysex messages in Pd? you could use [sysexin] to

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread Alex
Oh okay, I get it. I'm not sure. Are you sending SYSEX from your Circuit as well? On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 2:31 PM, mario buoninfante < mario.buoninfa...@gmail.com> wrote: > yap, this makes sense. I imagined Gmidimonitor does that. but why is not > parsing midi from Pd? > > sorry, maybe I'm just

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread mario buoninfante
yap, this makes sense. I imagined Gmidimonitor does that. but why is not parsing midi from Pd? sorry, maybe I'm just missing the point, but I'm really trying to get my head around with that ;) cheers On 02/22/2018 10:29 PM, Christof Ressi wrote: don't confuse MIDI messages with the

Re: [PD] sysex messages

2018-02-22 Thread Marco Hugo Schretter
hi mario, for me the following works without issues from every point to every point with sysex-to-midi-to-osc-to-midi-to-sysex from every point in the line to every point with pd-vanilla (bcf<->yamaha_dm2000<->osc<->hammerfall<->ableton) parse your desired message in the other way round (so