• raynovich

    Ah. So you can buy them.

    And yeah, I kind of want to know more how it works. . . perhaps. Then explicitly use it. Or use Pd plugin.

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  • raynovich

    Hello,
    I am working on a new patch for a piece already made. The composer mentions a GRM plug-in called "Shuffling" for the granulation in Max.

    Is there a comparable patch for Pd?

    I do not think I have GRM downloaded. Is that only for Max?

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  • raynovich

    Hey all,
    I want to research the two ways of creating drums sounds in pure data. I am leaning toward synthesis more control and such, but do not want to get half way into it and realize that samples are better.

    I was looking for articles on this, but have not found enough research to be satisfied yet.

    Thoughts? Any help?

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  • raynovich

    @whale-av Right. Drawing the table might be a problem.

    @bocanegra I have run up against the showing of the patch. I guess I really need to figure out how to do that effectively. I am using lots of two libraries I have created and do not know how to send the patch for others to be able to upload it.

    @jameslo Thank you. I will look at that patch.

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  • raynovich

    I just tried to make the array larger. and then send a file of any size.

    As I tried this with a large file, the interruption still exists. When I tried it with a small array no glitch occurs. I would really love to be able to keep the array at least 15 seconds large. I am using a 48000 sample rate.

    The other way I could consider doing this is playing the original file at a slower speed.

    I am thinking I need to look up how to do that effectively.

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  • raynovich

    @whale-av Thanks for the response.

    My issue is not related to the delay of loading the soundfile. Unfortunately, I think the issue is that when the file is loaded, the system delays and the sound is delayed. I am hoping that I can come up with another way to do this as the issue makes the audio too problematic.

    Could it be the variable file size? I am using resize. Could that create a problem with the system saving the soundfile? What if I made the file larger than necessary and then there would be plenty of room?

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  • raynovich

    Hey,
    Do others have issues with audio playback when using soundfiler? I am using it in a fairly complicated patch to resize an audio file that I play 4x slower than the original file for a better version of granular synthesis. When I send the file to soundfiler to resize the audio file in a file that can be played using tabread4~ I get a glitch in the audio playback. This is after I start to add additional operations to my patch.

    The patch is messy with lots of objects I have created. Mainly though, the audio playback is disrupted by sending a file to soundfiler to resize a location that has sound. I was thinking that I might be able to do this some other more elegant way. But am, slightly annoyed, that soundfiler seems to create issues.

    Any thoughts?

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  • raynovich

    Hey,
    I finally understand switch~ Thank you!!!!!

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  • raynovich

    So, I assume my computer is "fast enough." The problem that I am detecting is that if I activate creating a objects too quickly in succession the audio lags and creates digital clicks. This may also happen when I delete objects as well.

    So, I think I am not able to use this method for creating good audio using additive synthesis, but I really appreciate all of the communication.

    I though do not understand the switch~ comment yet.

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  • raynovich

    Hello,
    Thanks for all of the dialogue.

    So, I am considering using some additive synthesis. Think every soundcard is an osc with ramps for pitch, amplitude, panning, and anything else I might be interested in using.

    So, I got this idea that my program will get unwieldy if I keep on adding more and more osc~ objects without deleting some.

    Now, I could instead send "soundcards" to various soundcards, but that limits the number of osc~ I can use and make the program run slower?

    Make sense? Thoughts?

    I have never sent a notice of an error. How does that get "registered?"

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