• MDobleZ

    I ended up copying and pasting from a previous app that was working fine. I cannot say I know what solved the problem, but at least it worked.

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  • MDobleZ

    I'm not sure about libpd, the app was apparently 32, but I followed the steps found online to make the change and they don't see to do anything.

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  • MDobleZ

    None. The app is compiled perfectly, it does everything it's supposed to do, but when I upload it to play store, I get this message and doesn't let me upload it.

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  • MDobleZ

    Probably, @seb-harmonik.ar, I'm not entire sure how to change that. I added
    ndk {
    abiFilters "armeabi-v7a", "x86", "arm64-v8a", "x86_64"
    }
    and other variants I found of that I found online, I do see the libraries in the apk analyzer, but I still get the same message.

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  • MDobleZ

    I'm getting this error message when uploading the app to google play store, do you think it's related to libpd?

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  • MDobleZ

    Thanks, @bocanegra, I'll give that a try.

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  • MDobleZ

    I'm sure there is something I'm doing wrong but this takes a whole second to refresh.screen.jpg

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  • MDobleZ

    Sorry, @bocanegra, I meant [bp~]. I'll try what you suggest. Thanks.

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  • MDobleZ

    No, @seb-harmonik.ar, I was using [tabwrite~] with the name of the array; but I assuming it will be the same thing. I know that with [pb~]s you can add a message and write the array index you want with no need for bangs (none triggered by the user at least), and I was wondering if that was somehow possible with the [rfft~] object.

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  • MDobleZ

    Is there another way to pass the numbers from [rfft~] to an array without using [tabwrite~]? I find [tabwrite~] makes the spectrum unstable (maybe something to do with the relationship between the number of bangs and the sampling frequency ... or maybe something else.)

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  • MDobleZ

    Solved! The problem was apparently you cannot connect [pd~] directly to a message; it has to go through an [env~] first. Thanks, @whale-av.

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  • MDobleZ

    I have 6 [bp~]s and I want each of one to be represented by a different column in the array going from low to high with the frequency.

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  • MDobleZ

    Is it possible to pass numbers from a [bp~] to an array using Pd-vanilla? I'm assuming it should be, but all the examples I find are for Pd-Extended and they don't work with vanilla.

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  • MDobleZ

    I eventually found out what the problem was; neither {sigmund~} nor any other pitch-tracking object are really vanilla objects. I still haven't found a solution though, so any help will be appreciated.

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  • MDobleZ

    Now I've tried writing the numbers in an array and still, although it works within the patch and although I'm using a readArray function which is almost identical to the one I'm using to read the other array, I'm getting nothing.

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  • MDobleZ

    I'm trying to get the F0 of a wave to be displayed on the screen of an Android app, so I'm using:
    receiver.receiveFloat("sent", f0);
    textView.setText(String.valueOf(f0));
    And although if I add a receiver within the patch the numbers are indeed received, Android is not really displaying anything.patch.jpg

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  • MDobleZ

    Thanks for your reply, bocanegra. Eventually, I found out Android allowed me to use a samplerate of 8000Hz and that was low enough to allow me to create a wideband spectrogram (125Hz per band). Thanks to everyone for your replies.

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  • MDobleZ

    Apparently, it cannot be done, since you can neither force the sampling frequency to be low enough nor the blocksize to be high enough to get a narrow-band spectrogram.

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  • MDobleZ

    Now it's working, I had forgotten to include bangs onResume and onPause.

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  • MDobleZ

    In my code, you do have that time difference and and in fact it "sometimes" does read the array. That's the crazy part; sometimes it works and sometimes it gives me a steady (though other than 0) value instead.

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