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ReadMe.txt

WaveTables iOS app
author: Rich Eakin (reakinator@gmail.com)

Sample app for libpd for iphone/ipad that demonstrates how to interact
with arrays in pd.  We lookup the array based on its name in pd (in the
case of this example, the name is prepended with the $0 arg), and then
create and maintain a shadowed array from which we can copy back and forth
to.  For drawing and manipulating by touch, we mainly write to the local
shadowed array, and then update pd's array via PdBase.  To manage the local
array and stay synchronized with pd's, we use the PdArray class.

The example uses two of the example patches included in the pd tutorials:
- B01.wavetables.pd (or very close to it): wavetable lookup synthesis
- I03.resynthesis.pd (copy & pasted): fourier resynthesis

In both examples, you can modify the array by dragging your finger accross
the graphical representatio on your iDevice.

Hope this gives some people some good ideas for new and neat synthesizers!

Note also that helper patches are in a subfolder, which helps you to keep
your abstractions organized.  If you want to do this in your own projects,
It is explained in further detail on the pd-for-ios wiki at:

https://github.com/libpd/pd-for-ios/wiki/ios

The Libpd source and documentation is available at
https://github.com/libpd/libpd

Documentation specific to the array api is at:
https://github.com/libpd/libpd/wiki/libpd

TODO: multi-touch array editing

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