[LAU] Period Elongation NOW !
fbar at footils.org
Fri Jan 18 13:16:51 EST 2008
lanas hat gesagt: // lanas wrote:
> Le Jeudi, 17 Janvier 2008 11:43:00 +0100,
> Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> a écrit :
> > Yes, Pd can do it and it's a common idiom to filter out note-offs if
> > you're not interested in them with the [stripnote] object. A
> > minimal note off filter patch would look like this:
> > [notein]
> > | |
> > [stripnote]
> > | |
> > [noteout]
> > Make that with Pd, aconnect it as you like and that's it.
> > Or maybe they get played, but turned off immediatly? At least that
> > would be the correct behaviour if you play a very short note. If you
> > don't want notes to turn off immediatly, then use a note off filter as
> > above.
> Shortly after writing the msg I saw an article to the effect that pd
> can do that. Problem is, I use Fedora Core 6 x86_64 and pd is not
> available through CCRMA for it. I could compile it but then, I might
> have more fun doing a Perl or C(++) utility for this purpose instead of
> trying to make a huge package work on a platform that seemingly is not
You don't need the full package of Pd with all externals, just a plain
Pd from Miller Puckette's site  is enough (it even has important
bugfixes for 64bit).
You could get the source from  and type configure && make.
Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org__
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