James McCartney | 1 Nov 17:04 2006
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Re: Pitch ampThreshold, does it work?

On 10/30/06, James Harkins <jamshark70@...> wrote:
> Should the hasFreq output go to 0 when the input is below threshold?
> hjh

it does.

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James McCartney | 1 Nov 17:11 2006
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Re: Pitch ampThreshold, does it work?

On 10/31/06, ronald kuivila <rkuivila@...> wrote:
> Hi,
>
>   The behavior seems to be that it generates spurious output with
> hasFreq at 0.

If amplitude is below threshold, hasFreq will be zero. But the
frequency value can only change when hasFreq becomes one, so I don't
see how you can get spurious output.

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Ryan Brown | 1 Nov 21:39 2006

Announcement: Cocoa Bridge

Hi,
I've been working on a project that I expect many of you will be  
interested in and recently got the core functionality implemented.  
The project is a full Objective-C bridge in the style of PyObjC or  
RubyCocoa. My motivation for writing it is so that users can create  
GUIs in Interface Builder that work seamlessly with SuperCollider.  
I'm hoping to release it towards the end of December.

It supports:
	1- Subclassing Objective-C classes inside of SuperCollider.
	2- Calling Objective-C objects with the same syntax you use to call  
Supercollider objects.
	3- Connecting actions and outlets in Interface Builder to  
SuperCollider objects.
	4- Bindings.

As an example, lets say you wanted to build a simple UI that called a  
method upon pressing a button. First, you would drag a button into a  
window in Interface Builder. Then, still in Interface Builder, you  
instantiate an object named TestClass. You create an action in  
TestClass named test: and connect the button to the action. In  
SuperCollider you create a new class like so:

TestClass : NSObject {
	test_ { arg sender;
		"You hit the test button".postln;
	}
}

Note that the colons in Objective-C are replaced with underscores in  
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James Harkins | 2 Nov 04:55 2006
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[propose] Dictionary:embedInStream

Here's an unnecessary gotcha:

embedInStream { arg event;
^yield(event !? { event.copy.putAll(this) })
}

So if I have a ListPattern where the list is an array of Events, I want the stream to output just the events, no mussing about. Instead, I have to pass in an empty protoevent... huh?

May I propose?

embedInStream { arg event;
^yield(if(event.notNil) { event.copy.putAll(this) } { this })
}

Or maybe you need this.copy in the else branch.


OK?


James


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sonify | 2 Nov 07:42 2006
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list admin ... and stats

Hi Folks,

The admin address :
>    ----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
> <iani@...>
>     (reason: 550 5.1.1 <iani@...>... User unknown)
>

any clues as to whom to write to? This is what I was asking:
---
I'm writing a paper on SC at the moment and part of it is to describe  
the incredible work that has, and continues to be performed by the sc- 
developers.
I wondered if you could help me with a couple of stats, or tell me  
how I can request them myself.
I could download the archive and automate a count by I thought you  
might be able to generate such stats automatically through the list- 
server.

I'm simply interested in how many posts there have been to the sc-dev  
list.
Preferably monthly breakdown but if that is too much to ask, a total  
number between certain dates would be satisfactory.
Also, anecdotally, do you have a rough idea of the number of posts  
that go to both fora (dev- and users- ?)

kind regards,

David
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Till Bovermann | 2 Nov 11:46 2006

Re: list admin ... and stats

See the list archives on

http://www.create.ucsb.edu/pipermail/sc-users/
http://www.create.ucsb.edu/pipermail/sc-dev/

regards
Till

On 02 Nov 2006, at 07:42, sonify wrote:

> Hi Folks,
>
> The admin address :
>>    ----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
>> <iani@...>
>>     (reason: 550 5.1.1 <iani@...>... User unknown)
>>
>
> any clues as to whom to write to? This is what I was asking:
> ---
> I'm writing a paper on SC at the moment and part of it is to  
> describe the incredible work that has, and continues to be  
> performed by the sc-developers.
> I wondered if you could help me with a couple of stats, or tell me  
> how I can request them myself.
> I could download the archive and automate a count by I thought you  
> might be able to generate such stats automatically through the list- 
> server.
>
> I'm simply interested in how many posts there have been to the sc- 
> dev list.
> Preferably monthly breakdown but if that is too much to ask, a  
> total number between certain dates would be satisfactory.
> Also, anecdotally, do you have a rough idea of the number of posts  
> that go to both fora (dev- and users- ?)
>
> kind regards,
>
> David
> _______________________________________
> experimental polymedia:	www.avatar.com.au
> Sonic Communications Research Group,
> University of Canberra:	 www.canberra.edu.au
>
> _____________________________
> David Worrall: sonify@...
>
>
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ronald kuivila | 2 Nov 12:55 2006

Re: Pitch ampThreshold, does it work?

Hi James,

  My problem went away by explicitly using hasFreq as a gate, so I  
thought it the ugen was generating new frequency estimates.
I will look again.

RJK

On Nov 1, 2006, at 11:11 AM, James McCartney wrote:

> On 10/31/06, ronald kuivila <rkuivila@...> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>>   The behavior seems to be that it generates spurious output with
>> hasFreq at 0.
>
> If amplitude is below threshold, hasFreq will be zero. But the
> frequency value can only change when hasFreq becomes one, so I don't
> see how you can get spurious output.
>
>
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Julian Rohrhuber | 2 Nov 20:28 2006
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Re: [propose] Dictionary:embedInStream


>May I propose?
>
>	embedInStream { arg event;
>		^yield(if(event.notNil) { event.copy.putAll(this) } { this })
>	}

>Or maybe you need this.copy in the else branch.

I think your proposal is good (without this.copy)

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Scott Wilson | 4 Nov 14:19 2006

Re: (no subject)

Hey Ron,

I don't think it's necessary if successful.

If at least the list of posts at startup now could be suppressed that  
would be good.

S.

On 22 Oct 2006, at 19:52, ronald kuivila wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> SynthDescLib: read posts a message.
> Should it? (Seems a bit verbose.)
>
>
>
> RJK
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Nick Collins | 4 Nov 16:28 2006
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fftw

Dear all,

I've been trying to play around with fftw3 a bit, on OS X, but now  
running into linking difficulties in Xcode. I've installed fftw, and  
can successfully #include <fftw3.h>. But on compilation of a plug-in,  
failure to link:

Undefined symbols: _fftwf_destroy_plan _fftwf_free _fftwf_malloc  
_fftwf_plan_r2r_1d

I have included the framework libfftw3.a into the plug-in target, and  
it exists at /usr/local/lib as standard (I believe it's a static  
library by default).

Anyone with advice or overcome similar obstacles?

I searched list archives and made my way through some confusing  
online material first, so I'd appreciate a clear straight answer. I'm  
probably doing something naive somewhere.

best,
Nick

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