Hi. I'm from greece and i was thinking to create a community-website for puredata in greek language. Also because the most possible is to be a few only, i was thinking to create this community not only for puredata (maybe and supercollider, chuck, csound) and with general theory about sound synthesis in greek language.
If anybody likes the idea i will start it as soon as possible.
I published the latest versions of two patches sonicGrains & sineSource.
I fix many bugs & i changed some things in the gui and the internal operation.
Any suggestions,ideas,feedback will be helpful.
: http://puredata.info/Members/geonnik/pdlab-sonicGrains-0.6.pd/at_download/file : http://puredata.info/Members/geonnik/pdlab-sineSource-0.5.pd/at_download/file
I installed pd-extended in mac but none of the externals is recognized. I also tried to copy a separate external folder in the preferences-->path but neither recognized them.
Also i saw that pd-vanilla is running better than pd-extended in mac. Is there any simple way to install my preferred externals in pd-vanillia.
If anyone have any suggestion..
I was thinking to make a small linux computer running pd without the gui.
I don't know which is the needed dependencies for making the pd to run.
If anybody can help.. ?
sonicGrains.0.5 (previous name was simpleGrain)
If you have time you can post a feedback or any ideas for future work.
You can check this patch::
It makes nice drones if you spent some minutes changing the controls and hearing the output sound. it is constituted of many sine waves modulating one another in various ways.
[www.petcord.com] : http://puredata.info/Members/geonnik/pdlab-sineSource-0.5.pd/at_download/file : http://www.petcord.com
zmap makes a linear mapping of number-input to a specific number-output.
For example you write -1. 1. 500 1300. The first 2 numbers is the range of input and the 2 last numbers(500 1300) is the output.
scale is doing the same thing but adds the possibility to specify logarithmic(not linear) mapping.