• porres

    yes

    else/scala

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    Hey! I had to reupload the package as a couple of library dependencies were missing for the sfont~ object for windows. Windows users, if you downloaded yesterday, please get it again.

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    HEY!!! I'm really proud of this one.

    This took kind of a while so there's lots and lots of new stuff and breaking changes. This is the 1st release to reach and exceed 450 objects (459 in total now, next milestone, 500 objects?). Total number of examples in the tutorial is now 477. Here are the release's highlights:

    • MOST ESPECIALLY, WE FINALLY HAVE DECENT COMPILED BANDLIMITED OSCILLATORS ([bl.saw~], [bl.tri~], [bl.vsaw~], [bl.square~],[bl.imp~], [bl.imp2~]) thanks to Tim Schoen from PlugData, who has become a great partner in the development of ELSE, since ELSE is part of PlugData ;) This was one of the last milestones for a proper final release, so maybe we're close. BTW, I have to say that the oscillators from ELSE are the only ones I know out there that have BOTH hard sync input AND phase modulation input. I don't know any other not only in Pd, but in MAX, SuperCollider, Csound, Chuck, Reaktor, whatever...
    • Now we have a new [numbox~] GUI compiled object for monitoring and generating signals (this replaces [diisplay~], which was removed). This is thanks to Tim Schoen again.
    • The [bicoeff] object has been renamed to [bicoeff2] and [bicoeff] is now a new GUI object based on the "filtergraph" external (this one is still very experimental and not really acceptable yet).
    • All objects with random generators have been revised to take a seed value and generate unique seeds every time you open the patch. I made a PR to Pure Data so we have something similar for [random], [noise~] and [array random].
    • [brown~] has an impulse signal input to generate random steps now as well.
    • There are 13 new objects, most importantly and not yet mentioned: [brown] (control browninan motion), [bl.osc~] (a band limited oscillator based on wavetables), [blip~] (a bandlimited impulse generator) and [scala] (for importing tunings in the Scala software format).

    Complete changelog is here: https://github.com/porres/pd-else/releases/tag/v1.0-rc3

    It's up on deken, have fun.

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    simply don't expect Vanilla and Purr Data to be compatible, they are not. There are many issues opening vanilla patches in purr data and vice versa

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    The deken upload has been updated to include 8 architectures in a single download to save space in the server. The release page on the repository also carries extra 2 architectures, mac 32 bits and a third option for raspberry pis (armv7): https://github.com/porres/pd-else/releases/tag/v1.0-rc1

    cheers

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    Hi, so, I've been working on this project for over 5 years now and after 45 releases under a beta stage I'm finally moving on to a next development phase of "Release Candidates" aiming towards more stability and closer to a final release.

    ELSE is a quite big "all purpose" library. Total number of objects is now 446! ELSE also comes with a Live Electronics Tutorial and the total number of examples in the tutorial is now 464.!

    There are many breaking changes to the last beta version. One big change was having flags come first as they always should have. Many many fixes and many new objects.

    Highlights:

    • [metronome]: this object was added in the last update, I made many changes and included several new high level funciontanilities. Specially, I Added support for quite crazier time signatures.
    • [tabplayer~]: now can trigger start and stop playing at audio rate with signal input with gates and impulses.
    • [polymetro]/[polymetro~]: polymetric metronomes at control and audio rates.
    • new [score]/[score2] objects to write and play musical score sequences with a friendly syntax with bars, time signatures and fractional note durations

    The [score]/[score2] objects also have an accelerando and ritardando syntax. This is also provided in a new [speed] object for a regular metronome. This allows you to correctly go from 60 BPM to 90 BPM in, say, 4 beats, quite cool. The speed change formula is taken from "On Musiquantics" by Clarence Barlow, see: http://clarlow.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/On-MusiquanticsA4.pdf (figure 4).

    Check detailed changelog at: https://github.com/porres/pd-else/releases/tag/v1.0-rc1

    I also have added in the readme alternatives to cyclone in ELSE.

    Find binaries for the main 64 bits systems in deken (Linux, Windows and macOS intel/arm), more to come soon and extra binaries will be available and found only in the release downloads from the repository.

    Cheers

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    updating the conversation to say vanilla now has had [pdcontrol] for that for a while

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    Hey; It's been many releases without an announce here! We have some cool stuff in this update. We have a new gaussian oscillator and gaussian envelopes; Some filter tools that people really liked (conversion from biquad coefficients to poles and zeros, a z-plane plot GUI); and my favorite: [pimpmul~], a phase multiplier/divider that also sends impulses (game changer for me). Of course there's more. My Live Electronics Tutorial had also some important revisions and new additions to reflect the new objects and there's also a pretty cool example that shows how moving average filters work. Details and downloads are here: https://github.com/porres/pd-else/releases/tag/v1.0-beta43

    But get it also directly from Pd itself.

    Total number of objects is now 431, total number of examples in the tutorial is now 440!

    I need to thank my buddy Matt Barber again with his great help teaching me about the math behind the gaussian function <3

    Cheers

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    so externals that work with tcl/tk won't work, right? kinda like it's the case with purr data?

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    @Nicolas-Danet said:

    https://github.com/Spaghettis/Spaghettis#run

    ok, that was actually easy :) so this? Screen Shot 2021-06-04 at 01.52.08.png

    I'm actually curious now about this project, I haven't heard about it yet and would like to know what it offers. But sorry about me asking this, cause I see you have different help files, but they are much more minimal and lack information we have in Pd vanilla. Is this still going on? Am I missing something?

    cheers

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