badmuthahubbard at gmail.com
Sun Feb 4 08:21:03 CET 2007
I just use:
[read $1 array(
Although that doesn't answer your question.
On 2/3/07, hard off <hard.off at gmail.com> wrote:
> the most foolproof way is to write the complete path to your sample,
> eg c:/audio/samples/sample.wav
> the easiest way is to put your sample in the same folder as your
> patch, and then use only one dot before the filename, eg [read -resize
> ./sample.wav arrayname(
> you could also put the sample in a folder inside the folder where your
> patch is, and use [read -resize ./folder/sample.wav arrayname(
> On 2/4/07, europa989 at aol.com <europa989 at aol.com> wrote:
> > Anyone figure out how to write path shortcuts in messages? In the
> > [soundfiler] object's help patch, for example, [read ../sound/bell.aiff
> > array2( accesses lib/pd/doc/sound/bell.aiff. I tried opening a patch
> > using the ".." then /sound/ and copied the file to the same directory
> > as bell.aiff. the file didnt open however. Ok.
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