freebie, *-objectlist.txt to jit.cellblock parser abstractiones, senors


    May 30 2006 | 5:03 am
    I made an object-list.txt file parser for use with cellblock. Its a freebie, embedded to make it easier to open, but easily deencapsulated. You'll need taptools 1.5, jasch, Lobjects, and f0 abstractions installed, which are available for both XP and osx. Just something I've had on my computer for ages that I thought someone might find useful (I use it all the time it seems like, mainly for inspiration).. You'll need your oblists named the default names (jitter-objectlist.txt, max-objectlist.txt, audio-objectlist.txt) and they need to be in your path...z0r.
    binez0r
    [pardon my blindness]
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    /////////////////////////patch/////////////////////////////
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    max v2;

    • May 30 2006 | 3:15 pm
      This didn't work for me until I replaced all instances
      of "-" with 'prepend set'.
      I do have the Jasch objects installed, including "-",
      but it doesn't take an argument, and giving it one
      produces a bogus object box.
      I think "-" is meant more for using as a shortcut
      for 'prepend set' in cases where you just want to view
      something in a message box,
      cheers
      Roger
      binez0r wrote:
      I made an object-list.txt file parser for use with
      cellblock. Its a freebie, embedded to make it easier
      to open, but easily deencapsulated. You'll need
      taptools 1.5, jasch, Lobjects, and f0 abstractions
      installed, which are available for both XP and osx.
      Just something I've had on my computer for ages that I
      thought someone might find useful (I use it all the
      time it seems like, mainly for inspiration).. You'll
      need your oblists named the default names
      (jitter-objectlist.txt, max-objectlist.txt,
      audio-objectlist.txt) and they need to be in your
      path...z0r.
      binez0r
      [pardon my blindness]
    • May 30 2006 | 8:19 pm
      you must have an older version of "_" (underscore) installed, because
      somewhere along the way it acquired full grown typed-in arguments...
      personally i find the fact that the distributed patch is in an
      embedded bpatcher much more annoying than the copious use of 3rd
      parties...
      cheers
      /*j
    • May 31 2006 | 12:57 am
      hrm replacing all _ with prepend set would ruin the patch, I would imagine...
      Sorry Jasch :I
      Jasch/Lobjects/f0/tap.tools are like my lifeblood. Its hard for me to avoid using them (or create max equivalents)... If I had to choose, I'd say that _ was by far the most useful 3rd party external to date. Everyone should become well aquainted with its greatness.
    • May 31 2006 | 7:43 am
      That's strange, because I suspected this might be the
      case, so I downloaded the latest version and installed
      it before posting - an old version somewhere in the
      search path, perhaps ?
      cheers
      Roger