[PD] [PD-announce] [array-abs] library
william.brent at gmail.com
Thu Oct 27 20:02:25 CEST 2022
Cool, thanks to everyone for the references. I'll check these out and will
look for ways to incorporate some of the efficiencies. The choice of
resizing arrays internally or externally is a tough one...maybe an option
for either is the way to go.
And about the timbreID examples: I caused some confusion by taking my
website down a few years back. But I did exactly what you're
suggesting...made a git repo for timbreIDLib, including a link to the most
recent examples package. You can find that here:
https://github.com/wbrent/timbreIDLib. Just scroll down in the README and
you'll see the link. The binaries available via deken are current with the
main branch, so you should be good to just grab the examples and check out
the latest version of the timbre space patch.
On Thu, Oct 27, 2022 at 9:37 AM padovani <zepadovani.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Very nice!
> In 'planifolia' (in deken) I have created some abstractions to deal with
> arrays... not so many things, but there are two nice abstractions to
> create dynamic-patch based operations with arrays ([array.binop] and
> Not related: Would it be possible to you to upload a git repo with the
> last update of timbreID-examples? The link to your page is broken! I was
> trying to show the timbre-space example to a student and, as moved from mac
> to manjaro, I'm not sure if the bug I'm having here is related to my
> system, to the verion of the timbreID-examples pack that I have or with
> some sort of bug.
> Thanks again for your externals! :)
> Em qua., 26 de out. de 2022 às 11:14, William Brent <
> william.brent at gmail.com> escreveu:
>> Hi list,
>> I'm not sure if something similar already exists out there, but I went
>> ahead and started a library of Pd-vanilla abstractions for searching and
>> manipulating [array]s. Following the naming of [list-abs], I've called it
>> See the GitHub repo with a list of objects here:
>> https://github.com/wbrent/array-abs.git, and download via deken. I hope
>> it's useful to someone other than me!
>> William Brent
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