buffer~

Sep 12, 2008 at 8:15pm

buffer~

Does anyone know is it possible to refresh a sound file in the buffer~ object without actually renaming the file name in the object? Or is there any alternativw objects or methods for doing this?

#39677
Sep 12, 2008 at 8:34pm

On Sep 12, 2008, at 1:15 PM, darren wrote:

> Does anyone know is it possible to refresh a sound file in the
> buffer~ object without actually renaming the file name in the
> object? Or is there any alternativw objects or methods for doing this?

readagain message? (I’m not 100% sure what you’re after here)

Chris Muir
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#139905
Sep 13, 2008 at 4:26pm

By renaming the object do you mean sending the message “replace [/filepath/]” ?

You probably know you can load multiple buffers and use the “set
[this]” in some objects like groove~.

Jordan

On 9/12/08, Chris Muir wrote:
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> On Sep 12, 2008, at 1:15 PM, darren wrote:
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> > Does anyone know is it possible to refresh a sound file in the buffer~
> object without actually renaming the file name in the object? Or is there
> any alternativw objects or methods for doing this?
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> readagain message? (I’m not 100% sure what you’re after here)
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> Chris Muir
> cbm@well.com
> http://www.xfade.com
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#139906
Sep 15, 2008 at 8:03pm

Sorry if that didn’t make sense it did in my head.
What i’m trying to do is record something in my patch (using sfrecord~ ) and save it under the same name that the buffer object is reading from. So if i rerecord that sound file under the same name the buffer will be updated with the sound file as it changes.

#139907
Sep 15, 2008 at 8:27pm

“set” is a nice message. buffer likes it.
If you have the sound files in the same folder with your patch works fine.
if this is an answer to your question.

On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 10:15 PM, darren <0668788@student.ul.ie> wrote:

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> Does anyone know is it possible to refresh a sound file in the buffer~
> object without actually renaming the file name in the object? Or is there
> any alternativw objects or methods for doing this?
>


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#139908
Sep 15, 2008 at 9:52pm

the buffer will not automatically be updated as it just copies the file
to RAM when it receives the right message and wont care about any
changes to the file afterwards. use record~ (or xrecord~ which is part
of xsample from http://grrrr.org/ext/beta/max/)

p

darren wrote:
> Sorry if that didn’t make sense it did in my head.
> What i’m trying to do is record something in my patch (using sfrecord~ ) and save it under the same name that the buffer object is reading from. So if i rerecord that sound file under the same name the buffer will be updated with the sound file as it changes.
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#139909
Sep 15, 2008 at 10:50pm

Hi,

I’d use a record~/ buffer~ combination, if I’d like to update recording. You can check also Buffer~ reference for some messages to export or modify.

Also using record~ in loop mode may help you.

I hope I didn’t misunderstand your problem :)

Best,

Mehmet

#139910
Sep 16, 2008 at 12:33pm

darren schrieb:
> Sorry if that didn’t make sense it did in my head. What i’m trying to
> do is record something in my patch (using sfrecord~ ) and save it
> under the same name that the buffer object is reading from. So if i
> rerecord that sound file under the same name the buffer will be
> updated with the sound file as it changes.

Why not recording with record~ directly into the buffer~ and then saving
the buffer?…

But still, you can trigger in the moment you stop recording into
sfrecord~ a read message to buffer~…


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