[PD] Clock Division

Martin Peach chakekatzil at gmail.com
Sat Jan 9 23:49:05 CET 2016

Something like the attached patch?


On Sat, Jan 9, 2016 at 3:07 PM, Peter van Haaften <petervh at gmail.com> wrote:

> Greetings,
> I am trying to find a simple and efficient way to divide quarter notes in
> Pd.
> The patch I am constructing is a kind of ostinato sequencer. There are
> four quarter notes, which should each by divided into 1-16 ticks (user
> definable). So, QT1 could be divided into 5 ticks, QT2 into 10, QT3 into 1,
> and QT4 into 16. On the GUI, a series of 16 toggles allow the user to
> sequence and trigger a sample at each outputted tick.
> I was originally using the [timing.tempo] pdmtl patch as my clock. It
> largely works well, but there is a second component to this project, where
> a variable master tempo can change across time. With quickly shifting
> tempos, [timing.tempo] stumbles and occasionally counts incorrectly.
> Can anyone recommend a simple way to divide a clock in the fashion
> described above? Perhaps there is already a stable abstraction out there I
> can take advantage of?
> Thanks !!
> Peter
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