> i have deviced a loop recorder and player
> I want to use waveform~ to make changes to the buffer once recorded,
> but i cant get it to update to that that waveform~ is showing all of
> the required buffer, and nothing else
Just bang the set test_end message again:
(I included the subpatcher as p and trimed the size, I just can't afford
such a big screen...)
hans w. koch a écrit :
> last night apple posted the following via software-update:
> Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) 5.0 Release 4 delivers numerous
> enhancements for the Apple implementation of J2SE 5.0 on Mac OS X v10.4.
> since i am (still) a real noob at java, but dont want to break anything
> running here: any caveats with the update?
> thanks for comments
> since i am (still) a real noob at java, but dont want to break
> anything running here: any caveats with the update?
You might get more responses if don't follow up to a message entitled
"waveform~ problem". I now read the Max/MSP list as threads, and
almost missed this message. If you just hit "reply" and edit the
subject line, you run a real risk of having your message ignored by
those who might be interested in it.
Regarding your question: I'm going to run a pile of updates on one of
my G4's to see what works. (My TiBook is still on 10.4.5 but I have
an exhibit running happily on 10.4.6, both with Java 1.5 Rel 3 I think.)
nick rothwell -- composition, systems, performance -- http://
Claudio Maldonado wrote:
> Thanks for the reply Stefan.
> How dificult it would be?. i mean, is there any way to avoid creating
> multiple files?
> ( I put the patch at the end for anyone who want to see it.)
Of course you could try to create your own fileformat, but why not just
create a folder, you'd need the mkdir object of Bill Orcutt, and off you
go. Compose the necessary filenames and thats it. If they are all placed
at a clear place (that folder) its fine for any user I guess.
Quote: 88mph wrote on Wed, 19 April 2006 09:18
> I want to use waveform~ to make changes to the buffer once recorded, but i cant get it to update to that that waveform~ is showing all of the required buffer, and nothing else
Im not quite sure what youre trying to do...but why are you setting the buffer length on each record? Could you use a static buffer length of say 30000ms and then report the record time to groove~ as the loop end? And then have the record time go to the second inlet on waveform~ to only show the recorded part of the buffer? I have a patch that does the same thing as this, but you can record a loop of live audio coming in and it matches the recorded loop's bpm to the project bpm and plays it back at the speed required for it to be in time with the project. It also doesnt loop, it plays a one-shot of the loop and on every x beats it will repeat. So if I record a 4 beat loop and set it to play a one-shot every 4 beats, it loops perfectly in time. Then I can just duplicate each looper and have as many as i want, all recording any audio and looping it in the time i specify.
If youd like to check it out let me know, or you can disregard this entire message if I'm missing the point completely.