[PD] harddisk recording confusion
Thomas Ouellet Fredericks
iamonthebeach at gmail.com
Mon Apr 25 18:53:24 CEST 2005
You can save the table to hard disk afterwards with soundfiler.
On 4/25/05, Niklas Saers <niklas at registrar.no> wrote:
> xrecord~ only records to an array, right, not to a file? The reason I
> tried the others were that they do harddisk recording, not array
> recording. If xrecord~ can do this (I tried out the documentation but
> didn't see that), can you tell me how?
> Thomas Ouellet Fredericks wrote:
> > xrecord~ from xsample I think
> > Tom
> > On 4/25/05, *Niklas Saers* <niklas at registrar.no
> > <mailto:niklas at registrar.no>> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > writesf~ sfwrite~ sfwrite13~ and possible ogg/mp3 variations
> > thereof...
> > :-) There are quite a few to pick from, and none of these have any
> > outlets. What I need to do is record to harddisk, take a pause and
> > continue. For these pauses I need to make an overview of where the
> > pauses in the recording are. I plan on storing these in an array
> > (other
> > suggestions most welcome :-) ). Also, will I need to worry about
> > conversion to long integers or does PD handle that so that I won't
> > need
> > to worry about the regular floats wrapping?
> > What I'm wondering about is: are there any harddisk recording objects
> > (with or without compression) that will tell me how far they've
> > reached
> > so that I can position myself within the clip for playback of only
> > one
> > recording period?
> > Cheers
> > Nik
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