[PD] Documents on trapezoid~ ?

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Wed Nov 14 19:31:51 CET 2007

On Nov 14, 2007, at 11:24 AM, Patrice Colet wrote:

> PSPunch a écrit :
>> Patrice,
>> I've been reading through each of the files as you posted them.
>> The fix in each new post saved me from asking some basic questions :)
>> Thanks a bunch!
>> Here's a quick one I'd like to ask if you don't mind,
>> A lot of what happens in the higher layers of your patch makes
>> sense, until I look under [pd crossfade].
>> First of all, the object in the upper right corner [!- 1]
>> appears as a broken object in my pd-extended(Win) environment.
>> Can you please tell me which library contains this object?
> this come from cyclone:
> http://suita.chopin.edu.pl/~czaja/miXed/externs/cyclone.html
> I suppose there is a problem with the pd-extended lib.
> You could replace [!- 1] by [* -1]_[+ 1] ...

It's probably because Win32 doesn't allow "!" in filenames.


>> Also, you obviously know the usage of trapezoid~ as it is in
>> action right in your patch. Can you please tell me if you know
>> of any resources describing the usage for each of the in&outlets?
> in attached other test, I've illustrated inlets/outlet
>> I am assuming it is documented in the Max/MSP manual.
>> The latest I could find online was for version 4.5 and did not
>> contain notes on trapezoid~ (and actually pong~ too...)
> I don't know yet about pong~...
> <crossfade-test.pd>
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