My sampler is not working!


    May 30 2008 | 8:27 am
    Could someone please look it over an see what's wrong with it, I have spent 3 hours trying to find out what I did wrong and its almost 2am an I have class in a couple of hours...Thanks!

    • May 30 2008 | 9:01 am
      On May 30, 2008, at 1:27 AM, Burley wrote:
      > Could someone please look it over an see what's wrong with it, I > have spent 3 hours trying to find out what I did wrong and its > almost 2am an I have class in a couple of hours...Thanks!
      Your sig~ isn't connected to your groove~
      -C
      Chris Muir cbm@well.com http://www.xfade.com
    • May 30 2008 | 9:24 am
      On 30 mai 08, at 10:27, Burley wrote:
      > Could someone please look it over an see what's wrong with it, I > have spent 3 hours trying to find out what I did wrong and its > almost 2am an I have class in a couple of hours...Thanks!
      If you want 4 independant voices, you should name your buffers with 4 different names (don't forget to also change the groove~ instances). Your [sig~] are not connected to [groove~], they should. You should also discard your on/off toggle (does it really do what you think it does?).
      You should also study how to make abstractions...
      Spending 3 hours on a problem is not that much. And in 3 hours, you have plenty of time to study groove~'s help file and do some tutorials.
      p
    • May 30 2008 | 9:24 am
      thanks C I can't believe I over looked that, but its still not working I'm still a noob at this so bare with me
    • May 30 2008 | 9:42 am
      okay I'm most def better get some sleep but I re did it an I getting a error:groove~:no buffer~instD error:groove~:no buffer~instC error:groove~:no buffer~instB error:groove~:no buffer~instA
      I connected the sig~ to the groove~ an labeled my buffers including the grooves with the same name
    • May 30 2008 | 10:02 am
      Hi,
      you have a buffer~ with Buffer~ instA (uppercase is not ok).
      All the best
      -- Alessandro Fogar
      2008/5/30 Burley : > > okay I'm most def better get some sleep but I re did it an I getting a > error:groove~:no buffer~instD > error:groove~:no buffer~instC > error:groove~:no buffer~instB > error:groove~:no buffer~instA
    • May 30 2008 | 5:00 pm
      Okay I took everyones suggestions an corrected my errors but it still does not work I still get those error messages. I even asked a guy in my classes who is advanced in max/msp an he couldn't figure it out...I'm on my wits end here! :[
    • May 30 2008 | 5:18 pm
      Burley skrev: > Okay I took everyones suggestions an corrected my errors but it still does not work I still get those error messages. I even asked a guy in my classes who is advanced in max/msp an he couldn't figure it out...I'm on my wits end here! :[ > Debugging this patch took just a few seconds. You haven't corrected the errors that people pointed out. You need to send some sig to the groove objects, and you haven't. You should have a dotted yellow cable going into groove~...
      a
    • May 30 2008 | 5:22 pm
      Quote: vtownpunks@mac.com wrote on Fri, 30 May 2008 10:00 ---------------------------------------------------- > Okay I took everyones suggestions an corrected my errors but it still does not work I still get those error messages. I even asked a guy in my classes who is advanced in max/msp an he couldn't figure it out...I'm on my wits end here! :[ ----------------------------------------------------
      Maybe you corrected error, but the corrections are not reflected in the version you just uploaded.
      You still need sig~ connected to groove~ You still have some upper case B buffer~ instances
      I think you need to find the other end of your wit, and tie them together :-)
      -C
    • May 30 2008 | 5:29 pm
      Hmmmm I swear I connected that, I will check it once again thanks so much for being patient with me the texted I put up was the updated version
    • May 30 2008 | 5:41 pm
      Okay I connected the sig~ to the groove~ an I can see the audio when I click the buffer~ insta but I still get the error messages here is my patch with the connection in the right place...
    • May 30 2008 | 6:30 pm
      wow. there is something weird going on with that patch. i renamed the buffer~'s removing the uppercase B, saved, reopened and magically all the b's were uppercase again. and the groove~'s refuse to recognize the buffer~'s. never seen that before.
      i would just start over if i were you. you're not doing anything too complex. just get one voice working (one buffer~, groove~ pair) save it as an abstraction, and use that to build the multiple voices.
      also, you probably want to send "replace" to the buffer~ instead of "read".
    • May 30 2008 | 6:49 pm
      This last version works fine here.
      AB
    • May 30 2008 | 7:13 pm
      Okay its back to the drawing bored
    • May 30 2008 | 7:31 pm
    • May 30 2008 | 8:01 pm
      Okay I re created it as a single cell so as I'm concerned this is labeled correct?
    • May 30 2008 | 8:25 pm
      Man I dont know what to do I tried the patch Chris gave me on my laptop an my desktop both are macs. An I still get the same error message...I dont know what to do. At least my prototype works an I will turn that in but I will keep messing with this one...
      Thanks again guys
    • May 31 2008 | 5:27 pm
      Okay I'm currently in a SNAFU moment, my instructor took a look at my patch an said "That looks right", then proceeded to touch my laptop an then said "Hmmm"...then told me to try it again then I turned it on an it worked like a charm!
    • Jun 05 2008 | 5:08 pm
      did you have the dac~ on?
      On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 6:27 PM, Burley wrote: > > Okay I'm currently in a SNAFU moment, my instructor took a look at my patch an said "That looks right", then proceeded to touch my laptop an then said "Hmmm"...then told me to try it again then I turned it on an it worked like a charm! > >