copying and compiling new buffers

    Apr 30 2006 | 4:47 pm
    For anyone interested ....
    Working on this today I realised that there were some (ahem) problems
    with the patch I posted, so I've fixed those and finished off the
    patcher so that I can assemble a number of individual aiff files into
    a single buffer.
    The samples are first assembled into a buffer which is set to be
    larger than I'll need (default 20 seconds, but it can of course be
    The buffer that was used for loading the individual samples is then
    sized to fit the total length of the new sample and the combined
    sample copied to that buffer for saving (the [write] command isn't in
    the patch yet).
    The next thing to do is to add a coll to keep the start/end points of
    the various segments in the new file, and save that along with the
    new sample. (I already have that; it's just not in this patch yet).
    Here it is ..
    max v2;

    • Apr 30 2006 | 5:10 pm
      oops. a single connection got lost somewhere in there. here's the
      correct version ...
      max v2;