Re: Automated Soundfile Creation


    May 02 2006 | 7:57 pm
    On 2 mai 06, at 12:14, bvoelker@mindspring.com wrote:
    > i can make the buffers, but i don't know how to make the
    > soundfiles from the segments output by slice~.
    > i would like to have control over where the soundfiles are saved as
    > well.
    The "write" message to buffer~ accepts a filepath.
    Roby

    • May 02 2006 | 8:10 pm
      thanks. is there a way to include beginning and ending sample points to write from the buffer?
      bradley
    • May 02 2006 | 9:49 pm
      NAFAIK.
      You probably have to crop/copy the buffer.
      Search the archive and/or www.maxobjects.com, there may be other
      solutions out there.
      Wait, there is jit.buffer~ too.
      Roby
    • May 02 2006 | 10:00 pm
      and how does write take the filepath argument? when i just append a write message with something like disk:folder:subfolder or C:/folder/subfolder it just gives me an "extra argument" error for write.
    • May 02 2006 | 10:35 pm
      On 2 mai 06, at 23:59, bvoelker@mindspring.com wrote:
      > and how does write take the filepath argument? when i just append a
      > write message with something like disk:folder:subfolder or C:/
      > folder/subfolder it just gives me an "extra argument" error for write.
      The following patch works here (Mac).
      "tosymbol" might make the difference.
      And don't forget to first save the patch below after creating it with
      "New from Clipboard", otherwise it won't work.
      How should thispatcher know its path if this path doesn't exist?
      Roby
    • May 04 2006 | 12:47 am
      thanks a lot for your help and for the patch. i think i'll have to study it closer...
      bradley