[PD] Polyphonic voice allocation and sustain pedal
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Sat Jan 2 18:26:46 CET 2021
Not a direct answer to your question, but I've proposed a few additional
features for the [poly] object, including a [sustain( message:
For implementing a sustain pedal in Pd vanilla, the [bag] object will
probably help. Unfortunately, I don't have time at the moment to come up
with a full solution.
On 02.01.2021 18:07, alfonso santimone wrote:
> Hi all,
> i'm trying to build a polyphonic voice allocation patch that include
> sustain pedal (MIDI CC(64) ).
> Is there any abstraction that i can look into?
> My problems are :
> 1. How to deal with [poly] when the same note number is received (i.e,
> three C4 in a row)
> [poly] always assign a new voice slot to the incoming notes.
> I'm trying to make it assign the same voice slot when the same note
> number is received consecutively. I guess that i should mess with some
> arrays keeping track of note numbers and voice slots.
> 2. How to deal with sustain pedal.
> In the "real" world as with keyboard instruments like piano, rhodes
> etc. the sustain pedal is used in different ways but the most common
> one is to press the pedal immediately after a chord or note is played
> and then release it when a new chord is played.
> It can be used in more "effect" oriented ways.
> Is there any patch or abstraction that i can look into? I guess i
> should use a combination of [stripnote] and arrays/table/list to keep
> track of the notes on and off events.
> How this can be integrated with a polyphonic voice management with
> stealing algorithm etc. etc.?
> thanks and all the best
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