I have fiddle~ setup with my electric guitar all fine, however it recognises the A string and above, but wont detect what pitch G# and below are.
Are there any settings i can tweak to make it detect the low E string?
Anyone :( ?
I hesitated to reply because I’ve not used fiddle~ in ages, and don’t know a whole lot about it. I had the same experience with guitar of not being able to detect below about G#.
Have you tried the sigmund~ object? If I’m not mistaken it’s a newer "version" of fiddle~ from Miller Puckette. It may have improved low frequency pitch-tracking. There is also the pitch~ external, similar to both but I have no idea whether it will respond differently to low frequencies.
One thing to try could be pitch-shifting your guitar signal up by an octave (gizmo~) before the input to fiddle~. It might make the tracking go a little mental, I’m not sure. But if that worked well enough, you could just use the pitched-up signal to detect the notes you’re playing and then process your dry guitar signal normally.
You are an absolute legend, that works perfectly (gizmo~).
Cool cool. I’ll remember that if I ever revisit my old cheezy-guitar-synth patch……..stacked sawtooth bends through a loud guitar amp are hilarious :P
You don’t know how to ignore a number by any chance do you?
Say i have the numbers 0 12 15 17 coming into a number box randomly.
How do i ignore all the 0′s, and have it display the last displayed number (that isn’t 0).
You could use a [clip 12 17 ] object before the number box.
Actually that doesn’t work properly – it will always display 12 instead of 0. This works though:
----------begin_max5_patcher---------- 646.3oc0W0sjaBBF8ZySACW0NS1c.TShc5yQuoy1NDkZnUgLBNIa2Ye2Kfj+ 1lznwLt1aP4Sfuy4vge7kIAvkxsLED7IvWAAAuLIHvExFHvWO.VR2lVPUtlA SkkkLgFNs4aZ1VsKthUvR0.8JFPTWtjU8A0GAOKqAanBSXIfmKjULvC.tFrg WT.VaFR.07hzzoJEPV2z8Jd9JssVAaeZJ3BVprV3xUjO3OjBsh+alMFl7HxG dMUmthKx+dkAPMTifiMeFDRbOvwQ1GyLU.O46jAybgIgNRh8A4YNpIW9yGBI vixpfV5xJ7KrpLpfBOLJM31MLHavWmLwVLsmx62LRCWA1Hq9kBdy7GgrOVLy VRvcg9n2W5+Y.WopYcm49obxBGyii6LyIKFFlurVqkB3kYBN4XlP1W1dlL67 ncWSaBoedMqIgvkTQND7zMPlRlRQyY+0zHd9dBVwTlIZplKEGaTSb7JIzVh7 E6YXGl1w9U5908OFapjbIwhbFw5FVueQg7NKhwWSDihuKhHYNpmhHd7JhjqI hMqvvjY8UEI80JhFspHp6aHi6qoBm7tKGMWvocFnPLpuFH7IGgg57QXG10s8 JF4RJF2d5beNaPv1X.04t+H3VrS9SEajkvj+s3bN6TzcTbbpxz6ispK6S2WC R3+AFjzB9ZiP.N0M2MEpQaleEEJ7LJDYjsoS24N4lcG3gvc3fi6+7dyui5nj M9oZiRVWktaT2sPFbfUYLklKbaJeTir2A9nFshmkwbeem.VxyVKMfzChKLS0 ZLgaAlrdqgDSj1fovAESjVgI7vhI7HDSnwGlr2GazoSsxOEMB8SQiP+TzHzO MvXxlN70vz7dfISkWm7GsFq9.C -----------end_max5_patcher-----------
then you can have a range instead of just one number…
right outlet of [sel 0]
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