[PD] Pd-0.39.3-extended-rc5

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Fri Jul 27 21:20:12 CEST 2007

Please keep this on the list since it could be of general interest,  
and there are many people who can answer these questions.  This might  
be related to a known bug:


Have you tried running it at 48000?

Also, have you tried Pd-0.39-2? (Miller's version)


On Jul 27, 2007, at 10:46 AM, Ed Richardson wrote:

> Mr. Steiner-
> My apologies for contacting you directly. I am new to Pure Data and  
> wasn't certain specifically where/how to post information on the  
> lists about a bug concerning Pd-0.39.3-extended-rc5-macosx104- 
> powerpc.dmg.
> my system:
> mac os 10.4.10
> 1.67 GHz PowerPC G4
> I experience an audio glitch (popping) when changing parameters in  
> a patch.
> I have experienced this with all versions of Pd 39.x I have tested  
> (probably the last 3-4 versions).
> It doesn't occur with Pd version 0.38.4-extended-RC8 or with  
> version 0.40-2.
> Greatly increasing the audio latency seems to reduce the problem,  
> but does not eliminate it. Also 0.39.3-extended-rc5 is better in  
> this regard than previous versions.
> While this issue occurs on essentially every patch, I typically use  
> the B05.tabread.FM.pd audio example from the browser to test the  
> problem. If I change a parameter such as the modulation frequency  
> for several seconds the audio will stutter and pop. Often it occurs  
> just as I stop changing. If left untouched, the problem rarely occurs.
> I would be glad to provide an audio example if it is of any help,  
> and am willing to further test the issue with some direction.
> Thank you for your work on Pd extended.
> -Edward Richardson


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