• Load074

    @alexandros yes that was very easy indeed. Downloading the source files from https://puredata.info/downloads/pure-data installed with none of the predicted dependency problems on my old-as-the-hills (but up-to-date) Raspberry Pi. In fact, if I'd bothered to read all of the INSTALL.txt before I started, it would have been a success-on-the-first-try endeavor!

    So now I have 0.52-1 and a [delete(-able [list-store].

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  • Load074

    Thanks @alexandros and @dfkettle I might try something like that. I have a suspicion that there will be some core libraries I'd need which might be beyond my Linux skills to update without a total dependency mess, but I'll see...

    @whale-av, yes that is a great library! I hadn't explored it before, thanks for the tip. Unfortunately, the way my patch was built, [list-delete] is very far from a drop-in solution, and descending into the fifth circle of Raspberry Pi Dependency Hell may still be the pleasanter option.

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    Oh, I see... I was using [list-store] messages that are new to PD 0.52. I just tried on PD 0.51.3, and I get the same error. So it's not the Pi.

    Guess I need to find another way to easily remove one element from a list!

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  • Load074

    This is my first foray into the world of Raspberry Pi, so there's likely some very obvious things I'm missing.

    I built this patch on a Linux computer running vanilla PD 0.52.0, but when I put it on my (very old and tiny) Raspberry Pi running (oh maybe this is the issue) 0.51.4, I get the error

    list store: no method for 'delete'.

    I updated everything when I started using this Pi, so I'm pretty sure that's the most up-to-date I can get with Raspbian.

    Anyone know about this? I'm also new to all things [list], so maybe there's a simple workaround I don't know about if [delete $1 1( ---> [list store] doesn't work on 32bit and/or 0.51.4.

    (by the way, it also seemed like I had to include the number of items to delete - that is, when I simply sent [delete 5( into [list store], to delete the sixth item, I got errors. Specifying "just delete one item" by [delete 5 1( worked. But that's another story; one question per thread!)

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  • Load074

    I know that 10 is no problem. I have an 8-channel interface which is connected (via ADAT lightpipe) to an 8-channel preamp, and I can and do use 16 ins and outs.

    It's a Scarlett 18i20 1st generation and an Art TubeOpto 8, and I'm running Linux. I don't know if any other situations would throw unanticipated roadblocks, but this kind of setup seems pretty universal.

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  • Load074

    How apropos; I just discovered the "$ pwgen 20" label on Bandcamp (all nuPg, all the time)!

    A few changes I had to do to make this work:

    Installed zexy, jmmmp (for f+), and maxlib (for arraycopy) from deken.

    Added [declare lib zexy], and changed each occurrence of [f+] to [jmmmp/f+] and [arraycopy] to [maxlib/arraycopy]. I may not have done this the best way, libraries and externals still confuse me.

    And now it's running! Haven't messed with it yet; I'm going to wait for a record contract from that label before I begin. Get me while I'm fresh!

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  • Load074

    If you are completely new to PD - is it possible that, when you re-open a patch to edit it, you do not enter "EDIT" mode? You need to ctrl/cmd-E to lock/unlock edit mode. Apologies if that's not your issue at all!

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  • Load074

    What a useful bit of knowledge. So glad you figured that out; thanks again.

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  • Load074

    Unglaublich - exactly what I needed! Thank you.

    Say - how did you know this? Is it documented somewhere? Because I couldn't find it.

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  • Load074

    I'm new to the [clone] game. Is there a way to poll the [clone] object to see which instance number it's currently on?

    Let's say I've got 16 cloned synths. I'm semi-randomly changing certain parameters, of one synth at a time, but it doesn't really matter which one. I've been doing this with [next( and [this(. But I'm curious to see WHICH instance I've changed, say, "rate" on, and which one had "onset" increased.

    Does this make sense? Well, my particular use-case isn't that relevant; I'm just wondering about asking [clone] which synth-instance its counter, as triggered by [next(, is on.

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