• svanya

    @lacuna
    Nice one.
    Thank you. Didn't know about that one.

    Peace.
    -s

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  • svanya

    The work is coming along nicely and this was just the first try I had at doing all 3 dimensions:
    track, section, and column of parameters.

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  • svanya

    Normally this is due to your loadbang triggering the cascade.

    So every time you open the patch it causes the crash again.

    The (one?) way to recover the file, which at this point is rendered inoperable, since every time you open it it causes the crash again, is to manually edit (with a text editor) the culprit .pd and replace all the [loadbang]s with "loadbang-b", "loadbang-dummy", or some other non-object name. Save it. Then reopen the file in PD.

    When you reopen the patch, the connections will all still be there but the offending loadbang will show up as a non-object. And thus will not trigger the loadbang>cascade>stackoverflow. And therefore allow you to debug the infinite loop.

    I hope this may help you.

    Peace through Music.
    Love through Sharing.
    -s

    p.s. Share 'em if you got 'em. :-)

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  • svanya

    @Matt-Stalcup

    wavebypartialx10.zip

    Sorry, it's taken me so long to get back with you.

    1. re: $1,$0- that is there so you can route "from afar" from those tables (you'll see this in the x10 file I included in the zip. Harder to do if the array is $0.
    2. the line makes sense. Thanks.
    3. tabosc4~ good idea. The x10 uses an abstraction I built around the same time I did this, gensyn~ (generic synthesizer) which includes those as its double-osc (see https://forum.pdpatchrepo.info/topic/13099/gensyn-generic-multi-modulator-synthesizer-abstraction for more info).
    4. the xysl has an object in it at the very top: [iemguts/receivecanvas] where the creation argument defines what level-up of parent you want the mouse to be active, i.e. which level of grandparent. The original xysl abs hardcodes it at 1, meaning only the parent patch will be allow it to move. I have included my modified version which only includes changed integers out and the depth as $6 creation argument. Seems to help with the performance issue. As the x10/gensyn~ runs at about 5-10% on my old-ish desktop.

    I am thrilled you like the patch. Always good to know the work is helping out.

    I made the x10 version for you to consider. The notion of routing different tables to different clones, doesn't make a lot sense, but it does show this will work even with a high number of (cloned) tabosc~s.

    Thanks, again for you input and help in making it better.

    Peace through Music.
    Love thru Sharing.
    -s

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    an improv using jupiter and a usb flightstick:

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  • svanya

    Thank you, @bocanegra, for the info and insight. I really appreciate it.

    Just to confirm, :-) before I pursue a different avenue (ex. raw data): The below is or is not correct?

    Untitled.png

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    The constellations for those following along (and to which I have been refering)
    rom https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromatic_circle License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_Creative_Commons_Attribution-ShareAlike_3.0_Unported_License)

    2048px-PitchConstellations.svg.png

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  • svanya

    Thank you, both (@bocanegra and @seb-harmonik.ar) for your help on this matter.

    Taking a different approach, might we do the following (given what the article says about dropping the 3rd, 6th, and 7th by one pitch to dervie the Minor scales for the other modes? See the pd file for demonstration.

    The zip includes a text file of the "Other Modes" (with each constellation as a line) to experiment with/test against.
    (Chromatic Circle info from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromatic_circle License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_Creative_Commons_Attribution-ShareAlike_3.0_Unported_License))

    attempting-to-derive-Minors.zip

    Or is the drop 3rd, 6th, 7th just another manifestation of the same principle y'all mention? Currently, y'all's explanations are pretty far over my head.

    If this will not work,...do either of you know where or can point me to the chromatic constellations for the Minors of the Other Modes? The data will work fine for what I am doing. Just thought it better if it were more elegant/formulaic.

    Thanks again for your input.

    Screenshot.jpg

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