• Nobody

    Great - thanks! :smiley:

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  • Nobody

    Thanks! Than I can probably use it in my current project. I will check it out later.

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    Can it also convert to ternary (base 3), quaternary (base 4), etc. numbers?

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    Is there a simple method in PureData that converts a floating point number into a binary (base 2), ternary (base 3), quaternary (base 4), etc. floating point number? The patch has to work for any given floating point number, and one must be able to choose the desired base of the converted number.

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    Thanks for the tips and information! :smiley:

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  • Nobody

    Does there already exist a guitar emulation on the basis of Karplus-Strong synthesis in PD-vanilla?

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    Thank you! So if I understand correctly Prominy V-METAL basically contains almost everything a good metal guitarist could do on an electric guitar and just replays those sounds as instructed?

    Could it be possible to synthesize the sound of a metal guitar by means of physical modeling (differential equations) with the movement of the plectrum and fingers of the guitarist as input signal?

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    Has some PD-program comparable to Prominy V-METAL already been written? For a demo of Prominy V-METAL see:

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    I am a beginner myself, but I have read the following book and I like it: http://www.pd-tutorial.com/

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    @metaphysician said:

    @Nobody it's actually pretty easy. if you go to his github link he posted you'll see a pd-mkmr link listed near the top. click on that link for the main repo page, and there's a green button on the far right corner that says 'Clone or Download'. click that to get a zip of the repo. unzip that file and inside are all the patches from the whole mkmr collection and it should be under the Instruments directory. hope this helps!

    Thanks! With your help I succeeded in downloading the files. Great program!

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