[PD] counting how many times an audio file is looped
ratulloch at gmail.com
Sat Oct 6 00:24:18 CEST 2012
Yes I am using tabread4~
I looked up vline~ in the help but it seems to be missing some info on the
second and third inlets. Is there some more information about this
object. I'm using PD .42.5 extended on ubuntu 10.04 64bit
I tried doing this but I get an error "error: can't connect signal outlet
to control inlet"
vline~ (error: can't connect signal outlet to control inlet)
On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 11:42 AM, Charles Henry <czhenry at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 4:25 PM, Rick T <ratulloch at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Greetings All
> > I'm trying to count how may times an audio file is looped then cause it
> > stop after say 6 loops.
> > 1) I plan on using the "select" object to compare the sample size
> (22050) to
> > where the playing wav file is located
> > 2) create a bang into "cup" object from the "select" object, this will
> > the number of loops.
> > 3) Use another "select" object to stop when it reaches 6
> > The problem I'm having is trying to compare the sample size to where the
> > playing wav file is currently located.
> > I can get the sample size using the "wavinfo" object but how do I get the
> > current location of the playing wav file.
> > (I tried using the "metro 50" object with the "snapshot~" object) but the
> > numbers don't seem be matching up
> > Is there another way I should be doing this
> > Thanks
> Hi Rick
> I think you should use [vline~] to feed [tabread4~]. As long as you
> get the number of samples up front with wavinfo, like you mentioned,
> you can just schedule those 6 loops to play with vline~ (no need to
> count and stop the loop), and you always know what sample is playing,
> because it's the value of the vline~ output.
> You may also want another vline~ to fade-in and fade-out.
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