same note sustain in poly~

    Feb 07 2007 | 4:58 pm
    I am using a combination of poly and poly~ to playback from a groove~ imbedded in a poly~ patch. I also have a release time section in the poly~ in the form of a line~ that ramps down the end volume of the sample being played back. The problem that I am having is that when I trigger the same MIDI note within the release time, the poly~ does not playback from a new patcher instance but instead routes it to the one that is already playing creating clicks and all sorts of ungood wierdness! The problem lies in poly alocating a voice number. I have tried delaying the MIDI note off message for as long as the sustain within poly~ but if I trigger the same note within this time it just dumps it out of the overflow output. All I want is that any identical MIDI notes triggered within the specified release time be assigned a different voice number than the one currently being played. Any ideas? Many thanks :)

    • Feb 07 2007 | 5:39 pm
      Why the need for poly and poly~? Maybe posting your patches would help. Also, you are prepending messages into poly~ with note or midinote and using thispoly~ to allocate voices I trust? Make sure voice stealing is not turned on. Also, I've found it easiest to pack all note info into a single list and send it into one input and then route things inside of poly~.
      Quote: brokenman wrote on Wed, 07 February 2007 08:58 ---------------------------------------------------- > I am using a combination of poly and poly~ ----------------------------------------------------
    • Feb 07 2007 | 6:56 pm
      I've attached the poly~ abstraction here and the patch itself in the next message on this thread. you'll need xgroove~ installed for it to work properly.
    • Feb 07 2007 | 6:57 pm
    • Feb 07 2007 | 11:31 pm
      Sorry, the files don't open for me when I download. Can you paste as text please?
    • Feb 08 2007 | 12:20 pm
      okay dokay: This is the abstraction:
    • Feb 08 2007 | 12:21 pm
      and this is the patch itself:
    • Feb 09 2007 | 11:53 am
      did that work?
    • Feb 09 2007 | 6:28 pm
      Quote: brokenman wrote on Fri, 09 February 2007 03:53 ---------------------------------------------------- > did that work? ----------------------------------------------------
      Sorry, finally just found time to install xgroove~ and take a look. The problem seems to be in the way you're assigning voices out of poly. If I trigger the same note twice quickly with a long release time poly uses voice 1 for each trigger since it's already received a noteoff message for the first one. It then sends that voice number twice to poly~ with the target message thereby negating the polyphonic goodness of poly~ and creating a retrigger to a new amplitude with a nice click. I made a small change using the midinote message to send the note data from poly to poly~ and now poly~ assigns new voices as long as the release ramp is still happening. I also had to move the mtof stuff into the poly~ abstraction because the midinote message wasn't inputing the float playback speed for some reason. It was a quick and dirty fix but take a look and you should be able to make it cleaner....unless of course you're still experiencing the problem and I missed it - in which case I've no idea. :)
      -----the poly-----
      ------the player-----
    • Feb 10 2007 | 12:42 pm
      you are an excellent person! Thank you so much, that has saved me alot of headache!