[PD] Sample loop - start and end point (WAV files)

Alexandre Torres Porres porres at gmail.com
Tue Feb 11 18:44:48 CET 2020

This is something I hoped it could be implemented in Pd Vanilla, with
[soundfiler] (which now gives you some more information on the loaded
file). If that's never happening, that is something I also wanted to
implement in my externals, but I need help figuring how to do it.

Em ter., 11 de fev. de 2020 às 09:36, Ingo <ingo at miamiwave.com> escreveu:

> Hi everybody,
> I know it had been a problem in the past to read out the loop information
> of
> wav samples.
> I have not followed any further development since years.
> Is there anything (like an external) that can read the loop points of .wav
> samples by now?
> If not has anybody been successful reading the header information with
> something like [mrpeach/binfile]?
> I know that loop points can be stored somwhere or somehow in the header.
> Unfortunately I cannot see from the Microsoft WAVE soundfile format where
> the loop points would be or find any information on it.
> http://soundfile.sapp.org/doc/WaveFormat/
> Any ideas?
> Am I looking at the wrong file header type?
> Up until now I had been creating loops by copying the loop start and end
> point manually from the readings of SoundForge.
> However, I'm going to need a method soon that can read the loop points
> directly from the samples.
> Thanks!
> Ingo
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