[PD] Pd as sound editor (issue with "scrolling" a table) ??
billy.stiltner at gmail.com
Mon Mar 3 08:44:24 CET 2014
seems like there was something about the way i made the wave editor that
worked,i never tried overflowing the the things and my method is a hack of
the pd file @xensynth and the lfo editor, otherwise holler at Mike Booth
On Mon, Mar 3, 2014 at 2:34 AM, Pierre Massat <pimassat at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Jonathan,
> I found it following this path : help for [tabwrite] --> More_Info -->
> all_about_arrays --> Common uses for arrays in Pd
> Bummer, I thought somebody would come up with a secret table manipulation
> technique that would make this statement true...
> 2014-03-02 19:33 GMT+01:00 Jonathan Wilkes <jancsika at yahoo.com>:
> From that help patch:
>> #X text 12 115 HELP_PATCH_AUTHORS Updated for Pd 0.38-2. Jonathan Wilkes
>> revised the patch to conform to the PDDP template for Pd version 0.42.
>> I did the refactoring of that patch, but I'm not sure who wrote what
>> you're quoting.
>> I'd say that statement is false and should be removed.
>> On Sunday, March 2, 2014 10:47 AM, Pierre Massat <pimassat at gmail.com>
>> Dear list,
>> I am working on a small patch which stores simple events in a table to
>> trigger sounds later on.
>> I would like to be able to edit the content of my table easily, which
>> requires scrolling it, zooming in, and eventually editing the content.
>> I have found away of scrolling the content, but it is very slow with
>> relatively big tables (hem, even with a table with 20 000 samples...).
>> Please see the example attached.
>> I have 2 questions :
>> 1) Is there a more efficient way of doing this ? Copying only part of the
>> content is worse (i've tried).
>> 2) Can I prevent the content of the table from spilling over the table to
>> right of the left ? I get the same behaviour in a GOP, and putting a canvas
>> next to the table to cover it doesn't work because the table content gets
>> redrawn on top of it.
>> This leads me to a more general question about something i've found in
>> the help :
>> "5 Wave editing: with proper manipulation of array data, Pd can be fully
>> functional wave editor, complete with mouse-clickable cut-n-paste,
>> pitch-shift, time expansion, down/upsampling, and other tools typically
>> found in commercial wave editors."
>> This has always sounded very appealing to me, but i wonder how realistic
>> this statement is... unless i'm ignoring 80 % of what can be done with
>> tables in Pd.
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