after installing and you run, you may be prompted to install additional SuperCollider libraries. press k3 to install. this has been tested and seems to work on all devices I have access to, but let me know if you run into trouble.
Sounds awesome! Am twiddling the knobs and pressing the buttons and my shield is emitting some heavy bliss… Hope someone can post a (Slow! clear!) video explaining the “favourites” stuff at some point. Words written down make my brain heat up. Videos explaining things with visual references help me understand these things - that’s just the way I am.
(Longer press on k1 gets you in and out of favourites mode - indicated by the selection extents markers going brighter - and the favourites are denoted by little tick markers at top/bottom of waveform. When in that mode you can nudge it between the favourites with e2, and create new ones with e3… I think)
yes! if someone doesn’t I will in about two weeks or so.
yes! the K1 toggles between favorites mode and regular mode. in favorites mode you can only move between favorites (I have an idea to improve this a little bit) or make/delete favorites. i realize this is a little wonky, I’m open to improving it. the idea is that the “favorites” mode is for easy recall of specific sections. and the regular mode is more for exploration. so if you find yourself not being able to move, press k1.
short answer: subtly affects how fast the bars move (which affects the sample start/end points).
long answer: its not obvious, but the length of each bar is set by the distance between two elastic masses. these masses bounce off each other and the boundaries, which is why you see expanding/contracting in the bars. the masses are also interconnected a bit so its not strictly two balls bouncing between each other - they interact with other bars. the temperature is a temperature in the physical sense: temperature is a measure of the mean translational kinetic energy. by setting the temperature lower, the kinetic energy of the masses (the velocity) will have random perturbations that bring it back towards the set temperature (i.e. it simulates a heat bath). basically a very very simple form of the Nosé–Hoover thermostat. initially this parameter was going to do more because I had planned to add way s to change masses, but the whole effect is pretty subtle and didn’t really need to get overcomplicated (it probably already is).
this is a bug! thanks. I forgot to add cases to handle mono files. will add soon.
Awesome script as always, @infinitedigits !
Just a first contact today, and when trying to map parameters to my 16n I see most of the parameters are missing en Map menu
Then checking in the parameters I can see tripled parameters as well ( f.e. 3x “move duration” in land 1.
Update Edit: there are 3x “move duration” in each land, but in the params menu the order is different inside each land menu
Edit 2: power off/on and load graintopia again, checking the MAP menu mow show almost all land 1 parameters but only the “move duration” for 2 & 3
Great work! Thanks a lot for sharing that little jewels
When I press K1 + K3 to start recording a message appears saying “press any key to stop recording”, but when I then press a key, rather than just stop the recording it loads the recording (?) Is this a bug ?
Came here to say thank you for this especially!! Fantastic! I always enjoy digging into granular but, the need to have a sample ready to go for some reason isn’t my ticket usually. SO being able to record like in grandchild is the bee’s knees! Amazing as always @infinitedigits !