[PD] mp3 (layerII) or .wav/.aif stereo player!
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Wed Nov 21 15:10:40 CET 2012
You'll need to replace the $ with $1, and it should work fine.
2012/11/21 Òscar Martínez Carmona <xamps23 at gmail.com>
> then you probably should report a bug with "f*cking" logic.
> Should I? I mean, the external might work fine with layer III files (in
> reality mp3 stands for mpeg2 layer 3), the thing is that all the converters
> I've used are on layer II, so I can't use it!
> Anyways, I've solved it with [readsf~] playing an .aif file, but the
> problem I got now it's related with dinamically changing the file I need to
> open. I receive the filename throught OSC and it goes to a symbol and it
> shows me the communication went nice, but apparently it doesn't affect the
> open message with the dollar sign, why??
> [unpack f f s]
> l l I
> [amnotlayertri.aif} //this is supposed to represent a symbol
> [ open ../samples/$ (
> [readsf~ 2]
> On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 8:00 PM, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>wrote:
>> On 11/20/2012 07:04 PM, Òscar Martínez Carmona wrote:
>>> [readsf~] seems to be what I was looking for!
>>> I'm not sure about mp3 layers and names , but when that layer II file is
>>> what I get with an mp3 bounce with Logic...
>> then you probably should report a bug with "f*cking" logic.
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