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Four Chords Played in a Succesionn.

April 11, 2012 | 3:11 pm

I have a subpatch i which I want 4 chords to be played in a succession and then to start again from the first one, the second, the third, the fourth and again….

For that reason I have connected them all to the select object, but it didn’t work at all, so I have connected the select object to the random object. BUT, I DO no want them to be randomly selected.

I have connected the first one’s note in to a delay object, so that it has some delay between the fourth one and the first one.

Please tell me how can I achieve what I intend to.

Attached is the subpatch

Tank You,
Kate


April 11, 2012 | 6:01 pm

Ok, thanks a lot. I will see if that’s what I am looking for and let you know.

Thanks again


April 11, 2012 | 7:25 pm


April 12, 2012 | 3:13 pm

Ok, I have pasted the Max 5 Patch that vanille béchamel has send me, made a few changes and it is what I am looking for. Except, It is a subpatch and I have made changes to the metro, increased it to 3000, so that all the chords are given enough time to be listened.

The main patch has a start/stop button that starts/stops the selected subpatches. It also has a speed that the user can choose when listening to the chords. slow 10000ms, faster 9000ms and fast 5000. They are all connected to the metro object with an argument 3000 who is then connected to a gate where all the subpatches for the chords are connected.

The PROBLEM is that it takes a long, long time for the subpatch to be heard, even when the selected speed is FAST 500ms. And the MORE BIGGER PROBLEM IS that is only plays once, if another subpatch is chosen, then if the initial patch is chosen, it does not play. The only difference is that all the other subpatches start with random object, and this one with metro. Does that make a difference???

Can you please tell me why???

Attached is the subpatch with the Start/Stop and select speed buttons on the top of the patch. The subpatch that I am talking about is on the bottom.

Thanks a lot,

Kate


April 12, 2012 | 4:55 pm

I shouldn’t have??? Ok, I will put it again and let you know


April 12, 2012 | 5:12 pm

I have put the %4 sign and now when II select another subpatch, that one doesn’t stop. It doesn’t stop when I press the Start/Stop button either.

Plus that it doesn’t play the third chord??????

Any suggestions?


April 12, 2012 | 6:21 pm

I have made the changes that you’ve suggested, now it plays all the chords in a succession, but it keps on playing. The Start/Stop button doesn’t stop it.

When I select another subpatch to play, it plays along with it.

Any suggestions how to make it stop???

Thank you!!!


April 17, 2012 | 8:18 pm

Posted are the patch PerList and the subpatch FourChordsInASuccesion and other subpatches.

To explain again, The Start/Stop button does Not Stop playing the subpatch FourChordsInASuccesion.

It should also Stop, when another subpatch is selected, but it doesn’t, it plays along with it.

Thanks for helping,
Kate

Attachments:
  1. TR.maxpat

April 18, 2012 | 12:09 pm

Hello,

The patch and the subpatches are just a part of the original patch which is in another language and I have deleted the subpatches which are a lot and which have the same function, just so You can get the picture.
I do not see a 152 [makenote] and 154 [pipe] in the "TR.maxpat" Maybe that is how it is delivered to You?

Anyway, there are a lot of subpatches and I am in a hurry, so I can not make changes to them now.

But, You gave me an excellent idea for the FourChordsInASuccesion.maxpat, it just does react to the Stop button on the top, nor it Stops when another subpatch is selected.

Thanks anyway,
Kate


April 18, 2012 | 4:11 pm

I FINALLY FIXED IT!!!

And It was something very, very simple that you don’t think it has anything to do with. It always is that way.

Thanks a lot for Your feedback and Your suggestion.

Kate


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