pd + YellowdogLinux + PBG3
mpuckett at man104-1.UCSD.Edu
Tue Dec 14 05:41:18 CET 1999
Zowee, that's the first I've heard of anyone getting sound out of Pd on a
Mac! Not knowing the slightest thing about it, but haveing spent many
hours listening to misbehaving audio I/O systems, I would look in the
0. Run with "-noadc" to start with.
1. Compare Pd's clock to real time. If it's off by 100%, the driver has
the wrong number of channels or the wrong sample size. If off by a
varying amount proceed to #2:
2. If the sound "sputters" it's timing; try "-frags 8 -fragsize 14" or other
huge values and see if the behavior changes.
3. Try a sine wave at different amplitudes. If the timbre changes,
it's either the format of the audio samples or else overflow in the output.
4. Monkey around at random. (that's where I usually end up.)
On Mon, Dec 13, 1999 at 04:26:26PM -0800, Garry Kling wrote:
> Ok, I'm a brave (or stupid) soul: I've been trying to run Pd on my
> Powerbook G3 on YellowDog Linux. So far, I've recompiled PD and it runs.
> The sound is far from satisfactory, and I am writing on the off chance
> that someone on the list has experience with this or a similar
> combination. If you have any tips, however small, my ears are open.
> Specifically, sound i/o is the biggest problem. I am using the -frags 4
> option, but distortion still takes place. Any help/advice/admonition
> will help. Thanks in advance!
> Garry Kling
> klingg at cwu.edu
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