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#51 2011-12-21 17:20:38

Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

for droidparty no mutli-touch support yet, but it will be comming

as for libpd the mutli-touch will be dealt by the client code, since libpd is a dsp library.

If you use RjDj it's mutli-touch ready

[r #touch]
|
[route 1 2] <- routes fingers
|       |
|       [route down up xy] <- get what you want from each finger
[route down up xy]


Cheers

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#52 2011-12-21 19:35:58

soapdodger
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

so if I compile an apk it will be multitouch?

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#53 2011-12-21 19:47:54

Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Well it depends

-if you use droidparty no not yet...

- if you use libpd as a dsp library in eclipse or another IDE, you need to have the client code deal with that.
I guess you could import the code from Sceneplayer (equivalent to rjdj for android), make it play only one patch and compile it to an apk but you won't have the svg support (you'll need to build your interface from images)
=> you'll need to digg in code to use libpd (a little of knowledge in java would help a lot).
If you are familiar with processing, it is possible to use libpd and processing within eclipse and make the communicate. a good tuto here : https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id … zOPdh-swKY

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#54 2011-12-21 19:57:09

soapdodger
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

thanks for the info, i'll wait for droidpartys support!

great work droidparty crew, having loads of fun with this!

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#55 2011-12-21 20:13:27

Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Well it's all Chris's work ! :)

So I join in to congrat and thank Chris !

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#56 2011-12-22 03:26:40

moshang
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

From my side also a huge thanks to Chris! My projects would have been impossible without PdDroidParty. Of course, the same goes for Peter Brinkmann's libpd and Pure Data itself. @ShawnPD I'm lucky to have a designer friend who helped me with the look of the app. Chris has made skinning the app really easy. Just keep in mind that the background .svg seems to be a lot more forgiving than the .svg's for the interface objects - getting the interface ones slightly wrong can cause the app to have no interface. I followed Chris' advice and modified the ones he gave in Inkscape, rather than make my own.

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#57 2012-01-06 11:40:32

soapdodger
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

OK, I'm also a complete noob regarding eclipse and compiling, but I've got this far...
   
I've cloned Droidparty, Pd-for-android and Btmidi using the scripts in Ubuntu.

I'm now on Eclipse in windows trying to import Btmidi and libpd. I get the following error when I import Btmidi

"BluetoothMidi' is missing required source folder: 'gen'"

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#58 2012-01-10 13:27:44

soapdodger
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Well Ive got a bit further,

I've got eclipse working on ubuntu 11.10, I'm able to import PdCore and circle of fiths and run them in AVD. I had to make sure I had the right Java files and add repositories to get ADT working.

I now need to import the DroidParty project. I can get the first script to work:

`./convert-app-name mysynth "My Synthesizer"`

but I cant get the second to work, `android update project --path .`. I get the error android: command not found.

I realise this is a problem with the system path to the SDK, Ive edited bash.rc  and added the path to the SDK tools and platform-tools directories but I'm having no joy.

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#59 2012-01-10 13:34:02

Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Some info on the 'android update project' command, it works like this :

"android update project --path /full_path_to_PdDroidParty_clone"  and should be run from /full_path_to_android_sdk/tools/

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#60 2012-01-10 15:55:22

soapdodger
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

thanks,

the command worked as above when I added ./ to the start,

Last edited by soapdodger (2012-01-10 18:08:36)

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#61 2012-01-14 11:30:02

soapdodger
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

is there a way to increase the samplerate of DroidParty?

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#62 2012-04-14 17:57:48

jeppius
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Looks really promising. Unfortunately, once I install it in my Droid Razr and open it, it does not find any compatible patches. I uncompressed them all in the same /sdcard/pd directory where I placed the tgz package. I wonder whether I should place them somewhere else, still couldn't find where is it really installed, and no way to open a patch manually...

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#63 2013-09-08 16:13:01

Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Hello folks,

I'm trying to install PdDroidParty on my Samsung Galaxy 3 with Android 2.1, but get a parse error when I launch the .apk. Any clues / hints?

I had downloaded "What Comes Around" and it seemed to work (although very very slowly, probably due to my device's age and speed).

In any case, this looks great!
I didn't seem to see any mention of reading the accelerometers into PdDroidParty objects... any plans for that?

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#64 2013-09-08 20:38:26

Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Well, a simple firmware update fixed it. Now to play with that DroidParty! :)

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#65 2013-09-11 12:17:19

zjel46
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Maybe I'm just a noob (probably), but the patches do not seem to load from my sd card. I have successfully installed the pddroidparty app. I went back to the sd card folder and made a new folder and uploaded the .pd files. On the app itself I get a green "compatible patches found", but the rest is black and no apps seem to be apparent. Could someone please help.

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#66 2013-09-11 12:50:08

Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Hi zjel46

the main patch of your app should be place in a folder with the name of you app, and be called 'droidparty_main.pd'

so you should avec something like this if you app is called 'sequencer' :
sdcard/pd/sequencer/droidparty_main.pd

then in the list you should see an entry called 'sequencer'

alternatively you can check this doc i wrote some time ago :
https://code.google.com/p/some-pure-dat … akechanges

I should probably separate rjdj and droidparty now that rjdj is no more...

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#67 2013-09-11 14:04:57

zjel46
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Hi BerengerRecoules,

the entry that worked for me:

sdcard/PdDroidParty/sequencer/droidparty_main.pd

sdcard/pd/sequencer/droidparty_main.pd did not work for me. Probably has to do with the name of the app? Thanks for your fast reply though

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#68 2013-09-11 14:17:54

Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

ah yes you are right !

it has changed in latest versions now the root directory of all you patches should  be
sdcard/pdDroidParty

glad you figured it out, have fun :)

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#69 2014-01-31 22:55:38

Cynos
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Hello, is there a form of sending MIDI messages via USB, in PdDroidParty?

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#70 2014-02-21 01:17:53

dadacore
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

finally I managed to install it on a LG phone running android 4.1.2 but whenever i try to launch a patch it suddenly crashes.. anyone experienced this?

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#71 2014-02-24 10:43:03

dadacore
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Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

anybody?

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#72 2014-03-19 15:55:18

Re: Running your patches on Android usind PdDroidParty in 10 Steps

Hi dadacore,

I got a nexus 5 now which is a LG phone, and it works fine :

what version of Droidparty are you using ? (the last one is 264 -pretty recent)
what patches are you launching ? did you try the tests and demos available at http://droidparty.net/ ?

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