[PD] pd for oscilloscopes again
henry.birdseye at gmail.com
Tue Dec 3 19:49:43 CET 2019
Thanks Roman and zmoelnig,
I was getting ahead of myself. Plus, my expectations were w-a-y too
high. I expected to be able to install the whole thing, a current and
desirable version of pure data with everything I'd need.
Now that I know that is not, and will never be the case, I'll be pleased
to sift thru those links from 2011 to find the good stuff.
I'm surprised no one has assembled a package of all the things you'd
need, libraries, GEM, everything in one single .zip file.
And instrux on what to do.
The user base is very broad, with thousands of people approaching it for
different reasons, and my tiny niche application is tough to track down.
Or I haven't dived deep enough to find it.
On 12/3/2019 11:07 AM, Roman Haefeli wrote:
> Hi Henry
> On Tue, 2019-12-03 at 10:50 -0500, henry birdseye wrote:
>> I made a very simple .pd, and no sound comes out.
>> What am I missing?
> It looks like you are looking for [osc~]. It expects a frequency and
> outputs sine wave with given frequency as audio signal. This signal
> sent to [dac~] will actually create an audible sound.
> Be also careful not to confuse message boxes and object boxes. [sin~(
> is a message box and just sends a message 'sin~' when it receives
> Also,  simply holds the number '440'. For this object to output
> anything at all, you'd have to send a 'bang' message to it. Probably
> the simpler approach would be to write '440' into a message box, since
> message boxes can clicked and they output their content when clicked.
> So, something like this would generate sound:
> and make sure to click [440( with the mouse, once you patched this.
> Alternatively, you could simple do this, since [osc~] takes an
> [osc~ 440]
> [dac~ ]
> NOTE: Be careful with volume, when you connect sound generators to
> [dac~] directly.
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