[PD] pduino test patch: "old analog/digital controls"

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Thu May 19 16:45:01 CEST 2011

That's the original way of controlling the analog inputs. It just  
controls whether the Arduino sends the analog messages.  Its there  
only for backwards compatibility.  Use the non-old messages now.


On May 19, 2011, at 10:07 AM, olsen wrote:

> ej m
> i also noticed this during workshopping some time ago but it just  
> got lost in the backyard of my brain...
> nice that you mentioned it again!
> i also had to enable analogIns through the "old analog/digital  
> controls" subpatch or "analogIns X 1" message.
> in the arduino-help.pd there's a toggle for this but strangely  
> enough also here you've to send enable "analogIns X Y" the first  
> time you connect the arduino!
> hans maybe add the enable "analogIns X Y" message to arduino-help.pd.
> best
> ø
> On 05/18/2011 01:39 PM, Matteo Sisti Sette wrote:
>> Hi,
>> In the Pduino test patch ("arduino-test.pd") there is a subpatch  
>> called "old analog/digital controls".
>> This includes a series of toggles which send the message "analogIns  
>> X Y" (where X is the analog pin to enable/disable
>> and Y is either 0 or 1).
>> With the version I'm testing (which is Firmata 2.1 on an Arduino  
>> Duemilanove) those messages are actually needed in
>> order to get the analog inputs to work.
>> Maybe those messages aren't needed with Firmata 2.2? That would  
>> explain the "old" in the subpatch name.
>> Thanks
>> m.
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