very simple question : send "1" when receiving a bang


    Jul 18 2006 | 9:57 am
    Hello,
    I am almost new about Max/MSP and I am facing a problem I can't sort out. Is it possible once receiving a bang to make it send an integer ("1" for instance) ?
    It is because when receiving a bang, I'd like to put a GSwitch on right position, and keep it in this position. Do you think it is possible ?
    Cheers,
    Manu

    • Jul 18 2006 | 10:20 am
      connect the bang to a messagebox contaning the "1" and connect that
      message box to the gate
      -mj
    • Jul 18 2006 | 4:17 pm
      Or bang -> [trigger 1] -> GSwitch
      Or bang -> [int 1] -> GSwitch
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    • Jul 18 2006 | 6:28 pm
      Hi all,
      I have a very trivial problem and most probably it is due to my
      unexperience... well, I'm trying to use MSP with an audio input from
      Griffin iMic, sending the output through the computer headphone
      output but... it looks it doesn't work...
      no audio is coming in ... of course iMic is selected as the Input
      Device, with Core Audio Built-in Audio System as Driver.. audio is
      on...
      nothing is happening... I just try a simple adc ("started") to a dac
      or an oscilloscope... nothing!
      The interface is working as I tried it on other software...
      thank you for any help!
      massimiliano
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    • Jul 18 2006 | 7:01 pm
      Hi Massimilliano,
      I had the same problem you do, and I ended up just getting a new audio
      interface. I did get a very sketchy but usually functional workaround
      up and running using Jack OS X, and making an aggragate audio device
      of the built in mic and the iMic inputs. It's been a while since I
      tackled that problem, but I think it has something to do with the fact
      that the iMic seems to show up as two seperate audio devices.
      Good luck! I've read that the iMic just doesn't play well with some
      software... You might be better off investing in an M-Audio interface
      - which is what I did.
      Best,
      Erik
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    • Jul 18 2006 | 8:08 pm
      Great Erik,
      I did it everythng and it works!
      Thank you very much! you saved my friday's premiere of a work for
      keyboard (and MSP).
      Yes I know I have to buy a better interface for live performance...
      but iMic is just fine in most of my "routine" concerts...
      Well anyway I'll buy something better (actually a M-Audio, most
      probably) in the very next...
      Thank you veeery much again
      massimiliano
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