Thank you for the first user post in our forum!
The help patch for
[chair.dynamics~] still had the tickle legacy object, I just fixed this in the git. Simply replace
[adc~ 1] to get the audio in from the class compliant Tickle. This will be included in chair abstractions v0.82.
A07.percussion-set.pd it seems like the chair abstractions could not be found. The F series uses the Faust external, the T patches are meant as “tools”.
Let’s check the paths of your Pd installation.
When you install externals or abstractions through Deken their path needs to be known to Pd so you can use them in your patches. First go to the Deken preferences in Find externals…
Here you see that my Deken is configured to install extra libraries (abstractions or binaries) into
. If that’s different in your case, that’s fine, just remember this path and check that it is set in the Path
preferences of Pd.
In the search paths the directory needs to be set where the externals will be installed by Deken (the other path,
, is where the packages installed through the system package manager will be stored, on Windows and Mac OS you only have the Deken path).
In the examples for the Tickle you will find
[declare -path ./abstractions]
which points relative to the example patch
(the ./) to a subfolder containing some abstractions only used in the examples.
[declare -path chair]
, appends the path
to the Pd’s search paths. Since
is in the search paths Pd will find all the general CHAIR abstractions in
Linux specific: I see you use Jack as an audio back-end. That’s good. Did you set it up with your audio interface as in/out (duplex) and connect the Tickle through
zita-a2j as described in Using the Tickle in a Linux Environment?