blosc - band-limited oscillators for pd
pd-vanilla's limited support of musical oscillators necessitates more musical options. blosc aims to help by providing the following anti-aliased oscillators:
[saw~] is functional.
[tri~] will be developed soon.
The rest of this info comes from the
helloworld example, and is left here so I don't forget how to build it in two years.
An example Pure Data external using pd-lib-builder. You can use this project to bootstrap your own Pure Data external development.
Clone and build this example via:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/pure-data/helloworld.git cd helloworld make
Make sure you use the
--recursive flag when checking out the repository so that the pd-lib-builder dependency is also checked out. If you forgot to add it, you can also manually fetch pd-lib-builder via:
cd helloworld git submodule init git submodule update
Note: The "Download zip" option on GitHub currently does not check out dependencies so pd-lib-builder will be missing in your download. The preferred method is to use git.
You should have a copy of the pure-data source code - the following build command assumes it is in the
../pure-data directory. This page explains how you can get the pure-data source code.
By default, pd-lib-builder will attempt to auto-locate an install of Pure Data. The following command will build the external and install the distributable files into a subdirectory called
make install pdincludepath=../pure-data/src/ objectsdir=./build
make help for more details.
deken upload ./build/helloworld
You will need to have an account on the site. You probably also want to have a valid GPG key to sign the package so that users can prove that it waas created by you.