Seeking an elegant solution...

    Nov 27 2013 | 9:41 pm
    I've solved my own problem already, but the solution feels clunky and ugly, I'm sure you splendid eggs will have a much more elegant solution!
    The basic problem, I want to split an incoming number stream (in this case MIDI ctl data) into equal sections. Ultimately I want to choose how many sections on the fly, but my patch opens with 8 divisions. I then want to split each of these 8 divisions up into 5 sub sections measuring 10%, 10%, 60%, 10% and 10% of the total range of that section.
    Here is my effort, as I say, it works but seems pretty ugly! It utilises [multisplit] from Jasch Objects library. Answers on a postcard to...

    • Nov 28 2013 | 4:48 pm
      Hi Barry
      I know this hasn't been up that long, but I'm sad that there aren't more people on this. My maths, as we know, is pants, but I've been thinking about this - away from Max - and I would approach it using modulo scaling, for the top- and mid-level sections,with offsets based on the number of divisions; and then something like a trapezoid or exponential function for scaling those mid-level ones, after their individual offsets. Either that, or tables, but that wouldn't allow variable divisions. I can only think in terms of MSP solutions rather than expressions and functions, sorry!
    • Nov 28 2013 | 5:05 pm
      this may be of no value whatsoever. Or not. I'm just free-forming in MSP:
    • Nov 30 2013 | 3:21 pm
      I don't think you need to recalculate the multisplit for new divisions. Here's my postcard...