USING A CONGA AS TRIGGER

Mar 1, 2007 at 3:45pm

USING A CONGA AS TRIGGER

HI EveryOne,

I started to use Max/Msp but I will need some help with it. It is not that easy as I thought.

I am trying to use a conga as trigger on a sound (wind sound). I use the peakamp to receive the velocity. I try to separate the hits by volume with the if message. Is it possible to separate about 5 outputs in this so I can use 5 different bangs each time the conga is played lauder?

if $f1 > $f2 then out1 if $f1 > $f3 then out2 – it does not work like this.

If someone could help, it would be appreciated!

thanks,

tEd0r

#30568
Mar 1, 2007 at 4:02pm

On 1 mars 07, at 16:45, tedor wrote:

> I started to use Max/Msp but I will need some help with it. It is
> not that easy as I thought.
>
> I am trying to use a conga as trigger on a sound (wind sound). I
> use the peakamp to receive the velocity. I try to separate the hits
> by volume with the if message. Is it possible to separate about 5
> outputs in this so I can use 5 different bangs each time the conga
> is played lauder?
>
> if $f1 > $f2 then out1 if $f1 > $f3 then out2 – it does not work
> like this.

Hi,

- out1 is the default so you don’t have to specify it.
- you can’t do any condition in the then or else statement

It’s no enough clear what you’re trying to achieve. If you can
elaborate a little bit more.

Best,
ej

#97914
Mar 1, 2007 at 4:08pm

#97915
Mar 1, 2007 at 4:38pm

#97916
Mar 1, 2007 at 5:22pm

That was quick!!!

I could already sort it out somehow, but now you have given me some new ideas!

Thank you a Lot!

tEd0r

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