displaying a waveform in a LCD ( Bennies ?)


    Jul 22 2006 | 11:56 pm
    Bonjour chere communaute, i am looking for a patch that Benjamin Thigpen did a few years ago, ( i cant remeber if it was part of the Bennies ) , where the waveform of a soundfile would be displayed into an LCD object. does anybody have that patch in his/her drawers and would be so kind to share it ?
    thanks in advance
    Karlo

    • Jul 23 2006 | 9:02 am
      save as showwf~
      save as showwf~.help
      best
      mp
    • Jul 23 2006 | 7:32 pm
      thanks a lot Matteo ,( and thanks for those who replied off line ), that is exactly what i was looking for !
      have a good day ( or night ) ciao
    • Jul 24 2006 | 12:00 am
      I don't know if this can be of any help but I did a MXJ/JSUI patch that can display waveforms (with the ability to zoom and navigate)
    • Aug 07 2006 | 8:39 am
      yeah nat!your patch is interesting me.. works as universal binaries??
      thks freeka
    • Aug 07 2006 | 4:53 pm
      Nat, i would love to see it !
      Quote: Nat wrote on Sun, 23 July 2006 18:00 ---------------------------------------------------- > I don't know if this can be of any help but I did a MXJ/JSUI patch that can display waveforms (with the ability to zoom and navigate) > > ----------------------------------------------------
    • Aug 08 2006 | 1:06 am
      Here is a link to the package :
      You will need to put the java file in your max java directory and compile it.
    • Aug 08 2006 | 7:34 am
      Hi
      here is a patch that display the waveform of a soundfile without loading it in a buffer~.
      (to be completly honest, it uses a buffer~, but 50 times smaller than the original sound file, so it can be very useful to display a very long sound file waveform, too big to be loaded in a buffer~...)
      please have a look...
      Mathieu Chamagne
    • Aug 08 2006 | 7:38 am
      ...and here is a patch that peter nyboer posted some time ago, that demonstrates 3 differents way to display a waveform in LCD, jit.lcd and OpenGL. very instructive...
      Mathieu
    • Aug 08 2006 | 11:53 am
      hi nat, thanks for the package! i did everything you said, compile waver-java,got waver-java.class, change the file folde for the ubumenu ;...etc
      got now the mxj waver-java...
      but nothing happened inside waver-j.pat..
      any idea???
      i run it with max 4.6 on intel..
      thanks;p
      freeka
    • Aug 08 2006 | 11:59 am
    • Aug 08 2006 | 1:50 pm
      First, be sure it's compiled (look for a waver_java.class...).
      Then, use the black slider on the right corner (yes, it's a slider).
      f.e
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      freeka wrote: > hi nat, > thanks for the package! > i did everything you said, compile waver-java,got waver-java.class, change the file folde for the ubumenu ;...etc > > got now the mxj waver-java... > > but nothing happened inside waver-j.pat.. > > any idea??? > > i run it with max 4.6 on intel.. > > thanks;p > > freeka > >
    • Aug 08 2006 | 3:17 pm
      That slider is in fact a range slider I did in JSUI. If you click on CTRL/CMD you can drag the region and scroll the waveform. I recall someone made a better rangeslider than mine in JSUI, will have to find that one again.
    • Aug 08 2006 | 8:16 pm
      ad.rangeslider, that's the one, thanks !
    • Aug 08 2006 | 10:48 pm
      Here is a link to the package :
      You will need to put the java file in your max java directory and compile it.
      i am very interested... How do you 'compile?' i'm sorry, i am new to java i try reading manual about javascript but i don't understand, i put files in right folders i think, but it is not work
      thank you!
      kenichi
    • Aug 08 2006 | 11:11 pm
      Sending the message viewsource to the mxj object and then hitting ctrl-k within the editor should do the trick.
    • Aug 09 2006 | 8:04 am
      thanks everybody