Maybe I should have posted this here instead. There is a program which chains PD patches together now for the Organelle (which I knew nothing about until watching this). I don’t know if it’s immediately relevant - or if we essentially can already do this? I don’t know much about Pure Data either.
Don’t know what it was exactly but I couldn’t get the PD update to show up. Re-flashed latest image and tried updating a few times and it finally worked! Really awesome, yeah the generative patch is very, very nice! Just in case anyone else had this trouble, keep trying!
thats fucking amazing Fernando!
and yea the organelle… for long I was asking myself if you could get the organelle sounds on the zynthian aswell?
I once downloaded the standard patches and played with them on the computer and I loved them!! But they always need this mother patch, will this be a problem?
I’ve not tried organelle patches. I know that it includes a special patch for integrating with the Organelle UI.
For integration with zynthian UI i’ve prefered to use a YML config file.
Perhaps we could create a wrapper-patch that replaces the organelle’s one. It shouldn’t be too difficult
hi i just changed a few patches from organelle to zynthian
pow wows polybeats
these are huge fun!
just place into /zynthian/zynthian-my-data/presets/puredata/synths/ and unzip.zyn_presets1.zip (2.6 MB)
Woaooo man! These presets are really funny!!
Could you add a volume control (CC7)? I would like to include it in the zynthian repository as example patches. I suposse there is no license problems … Am i right?
will do. no all open source as far as i am aware.:slight_smile
here we go
:PD_presets_vol-fix.zip (2.5 MB)
this is excellent news, i’ve made several utility patches with pd for live use (on a laptop)
Can we use the OSC object on the ethernet port ?
Zynthian could help as a OSC<>Midi bridge then
I’ve not tried yet, but it should work
Just let my zynth play the generative relaxing patch from the new layer PureData.
It’s very Laurie Anderson.
There are a lot of interesting PureData patches awaiting for zynthian integration
Love your comment @wyleu , but it shows your (our) age!
Ha! you youngsters…
We did a set of bad Beatles songs last night (Octopus’s garden, Yellow Submarine etc … )
The bass guitarist ( a young chap who hasn’t managed to grow a beard yet), had to just follow the chords cos HE DIDN’T KNOW THE SONGS??? . . .
I’m getting old
Ha, Ha! Reminds me of “Let’s all get up and dance to a song that was a hit before your mother was born…” Likely, your bass player doesn’t know that one either! Would have loved to see you play, but alas, I’m in Canada.
Haha! Thank you for mentioning her! OT a bit but her show Alive From Off Center, and it’s title theme music AND graphics, was a HUGE influence on me when I was like 8! It would come on at something like 12AM after Doctor Who so we accidentally taped it and then intentionally started taping it! Also how I learned about The Brothers Quay (in 1988!) Would LOVE to re-create this theme now. Probably only have one episode on VHS somewhere now… (Also, there’s a huge (?) aka niche movement right now in generative music using analog and digital modular eurorack etc with digital modules, a lot it sounds like this patch!)
Do you think it might be possible to have multiple pure data patches open as in the zynaddsubfx engine. And also is it possible to route midi from one engine to another I.e. from pure data to MOD-ui.
Yes and yes, but some work is needed
Meanwhile you can open several patches right now by creating a wrapper-patch that call the patches you want to use.
The MIDI router is being re-designed to allow this kind of things, but it will take some weeks to be ready…
Are there any instructions how to get sc running, please?
apt get supercollider
will install version 3.6.6. On my linux desktop pc I have v3.9.3. (I miss the quarks facility in the 3.6 ide)
Starting scide will show the ide window on my desktop pc, the language interpreter will not start.
terminate called after throwing an instance of ‘std::runtime_error’
what(): locale::facet::_S_create_c_locale name not valid
Hi, I was wondering if it’s possible to have a pure-data synth be assigned to a midichannel just like with the “normal” synth layers? Or to you always need to custom integrate that with a file?
I implemented this just 2 days ago. Update and try.
I have to modify some of the included patches because it didn’t received all the channels, so If you modified some of them, change the name of the directory in “/zynthian-my-data/presets/puredata” so it can be updated.