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Introductionto
Installing and running Pure Data
Testing Pure Data
How does Pure Data work?
Objects
Connections
Data
Patches
A deeper look at Pd
Pure Data software architecture
Your first patch
Creating a canvas
New object placement
Edit mode and wiring
Initial parameters
Modifying objects
Toggling edit mode
More edit operations
Patch files
Message data and GUI boxes
Selectors
Bang message
Bang box
Float messages
Number box
Toggle box
Sliders and other numerical GUI elements
General messages
Message box
Symbolic messages
Symbol box
Lists
Pointers
Getting help with Pure Data
Exercises
Exercise 1
Exercise 2
Exercise 3
Basic objects and principles of operation
Hot and cold inlets
Bad evaluation order
Trigger objects
Float objects
Int objects
Symbol and list objects
Merging message connections
Working with time and events
Metronome
A counter timebase
Time objects
Select
Data flow control
Route
Moses
Spigot
Swap
Change
Send and receive objects
Broadcast messages
Special message destinations
Message sequences
List objects and operations
Packing and unpacking lists
Persistence
List distribution
More advanced list operations
Arithmetic example
Comparative objects
Boolean logical objects
Constrained counting
Accumulator
Rounding
Scaling
Looping with until
Message complement and inverse
Random selection
Weighted random selection
Delay cascade
Last float and averages
Running maximum (or minimum)
Audio connections
Blocks
Audio object CPU use
Audio objects and principles
Fanout and merging
Time and resolution
Audio signal block to messages
Sending and receiving audio signals
Audio generators
Audio line objects
Audio input and output
Example: A simple MIDI monosynth
Audio filter objects
Audio arithmetic objects
Trigonometric and math objects
Audio delay objects
Abstraction
Copying subpatches
Deep subpatches
Abstractions
Scope and $0
Defaults and states
Common abstraction techniques
Graph On Parent
Using list inputs
Summation chains
Routed inputs
Amplitude dependent signal shaping
Simple signal arithmetic
Limits
Wave shaping
Squaring and roots
Curved envelopes
Periodic functions
Wrapping ranges
Cosine function
Polynomials
Expressions
Time dependent signal shaping
Delay
Filters
User friendly filters
Integration
Differentiation
Textbooks
Papers
MIDI fader
Mute button and smooth fades
Panning
Simple linear panner
Square root panner
Cosine panner
Audio file tools
Monophonic sampler
File recorder
Loop player
Timebase
Select sequencer
Partitioning time
Dividing time
Event synchronised LFO
List sequencer
Textfile control
Stereo chorus/flanger effect
Simple reverberation
Exercise 4
Online resources
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