• jyg

    Hi,
    Sorry, by "puredata - externals folder" , I meant the folder where all extensions objects to puredata are stored. Usually it is : home/<username>/Documents/Pd/externals

    You should uncompress the zip archive there.
    However, until I simplify the installation procedure, there is another step to follow . You may have to install another external : iemguts. There is a menu in Pd to do this.
    Hope that helps

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  • jyg

    Automatonism was created before [savestate] object was added to puredata. Since, it's easier to save state of objects in a patch, without textfiles.
    If you are interested, I made for my own purposes a fork from original Automatonism project, that saves states inside the main patch (that you can rename with an arbitrary name) . https://github.com/jyg/automatonism-reloaded

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  • jyg

    @60hz said:

    If it is possible to edit flossmanuals, I would suggest to keep it, removing obsolete part and modify all references from pd-extended to Purr data since it is a replacement of it?

    Yes. Indeed, I started unilateraly to edit french version of floss manual :smiley:
    https://fr.flossmanuals.net/puredata/quelles-sont-les-differentes-versions-de-pure-data/

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  • jyg

    Great ! Just of curiosity : is the pd~ object supported ? :smiley:

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  • jyg

    Hello, I'm testing PdWebParty and the ability to embed it in any website. It's great ! I just wonder if there is audio-in support ? My browser doesn't ask me for audio-input permission.

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  • jyg

    Hello. I was the last maintainer of pdVst, but I abandonned this project.
    The cpu peak occurs when puredata + Tcl/Tk is loading. Hopefully it doesn't crash the host but for my own needs it did the job and I didn't investigate further.
    If you need only puredata Vanilla I'd strongly recommend you to use
    Camomile plugin , actively maintained and better integrated within modern hosts. If you need externals, there are some tricks to do it with pd~, but it's more complicated.

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  • jyg

    Very clever.
    I like the scope visualisation of ramps and intermediate signals.

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  • jyg

    @raynovich Dou you know Open stage Control ? https://openstagecontrol.ammd.net/
    It runs a web server on your computer that can communicate via osc with puredata (or any software). You can then control your patch from a iphone / android via a simple web browser. (Local network AFAIK)

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  • jyg

    Did you check the aoo lib (audio over osc) ?
    https://git.iem.at/cm/aoo

    It works with a internet-based server that can retrieve local ip adresses of local clients in such a way that they can then communicate together. You can also implement a local-based server, but you will need to know its IP address.

    And for an personal example : https://git.iem.at/cm/aoo/-/issues/14#note_6260

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  • jyg

    I don't know if that helps, but here is a patch that uses ifft instead of sinesum message to compute a table for tabosc4~.
    In my experience, it produces no (or less) glitches
    sinesum.pd

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