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Mac installation / Re: Fail to run soundloom
« Last post by red on November 18, 2021, 11:41:05 AM »
Fixed! There's been a new release on the CDP website (https://www.unstablesound.net/cdp.html) that has a version of listdate that works in Catalina now. :D
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Mac installation / Re: Fail to run soundloom
« Last post by red on November 18, 2021, 10:40:49 AM »
I'm having the same issue, and would greatly appreciate any help to solve it!
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General Board / Re: Downloads Page: CDP documentation
« Last post by Robert Fraser on November 17, 2021, 09:52:01 PM »
The revised CDP documentation has now been corrected and can be downloaded from the CDP downloads page at
   https://www.unstablesound.net/cdp.html
or alternatively from
   http://www.ensemble-software.net/CDPDocs/html/updates.htm
where a wider range of download options is available.
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General Board / Downloads Page: CDP documentation
« Last post by Robert Fraser on November 14, 2021, 01:23:46 PM »
The CDP Downloads page (hosted at https://www.unstablesound.net/cdp.html) is currently undergoing revision.

The CDP Documentation download, in particular, is faulty and should NOT be downloaded yet. It will be fully revised very soon and I'll post a notice when it's ready.

If you do not have the current documentation, it can be downloaded at:
 http://www.ensemble-software.net/CDPDocs/html/updates.htm 
- the full version is called CDPDocs.zip and is dated 30 Oct 2021. An update to this (to match the version on the downloads page) will be available in due course.
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Mac installation / Mac M1 processors: any information?
« Last post by MarceloCarneiro on October 15, 2021, 01:35:19 PM »
Hi, does anyone has information concerning CDP and M1 processors?
Does CDP runs ok with or without Rosetta?
Thank you
Marcelo
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Announce / CDP GUIDE
« Last post by Robert Fraser on October 04, 2021, 07:56:12 PM »
A new set of documents called "CDP Guide" has been added to the online CDP Docs and is also available to download. This is a classified guide, which aims to help users find their way around the CDP suite. Although the Reference Documentation also groups functions together, it has become harder with each new release to keep track of related functions, especially as new versions or variations typically have different names.

CDP Guide classifies CDP processes and functions into five categories: Soundfile, Spectral, Pitch-Data, Edit-Mix (incl. Levels, Channels & Spatial) and Other  (Synth, Info, Data, SysUtils). Each function has hyperlinks to the available online Reference and a brief description. This is a personal classification and the descriptions are my own - they do not necessarily reflect the views of CDP. I'm sure there will be inaccuracies, and users are welcome to suggest corrections and amendments (mail[at]ensemble-software.net).

Within the online docs, the Guide is referenced on the Home Page (www.ensemble-software.net/CDPDocs/html/cdphome.htm) and the Tutorials page. The file cdpguide.zip is available from there or the downloads page (follow DOCS DOWNLOADS on the Home Page index panel). The zip also contains printable PDFs. If you already have the CDP documentation offline, the main folder \guide should be placed at the top level within that (the same level as \html, \demo etc.) for the hyperlinks to work.
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General Board / Re: Newbie question: Process entire folder in Terminal
« Last post by uge on June 04, 2021, 06:02:18 AM »
Thanks a lot,

I'll start experimenting with this. Yesterday I was reading a book about UNIX and I was trying some FOR loops with no luck. But this is the key of everything. I'll try this and practice with it.

Thanks again,

Uge

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General Board / Re: Newbie question: Process entire folder in Terminal
« Last post by rwdobson on June 03, 2021, 02:34:00 PM »
The idiomatic way to do this is to use the shell scripting facilities. It is a good idea to read up on shell commands (and practice a little before committing to anything serious). Simple commands can be done directly at the prompt, but most of the time you will want to create a text file for your script. Here is an example to copy files to a named subdirectory:

#!/bin/bash
# usage  copyfiles.sh outdir
# copies wave files in current directory to same names in directory outdir
# outdir will be created if not present
# copysfx must be in system PATH

if [ -z $1 ]; then
  echo "usage: ./copyfiles.sh outdir"
  echo "outdir will be created if it does not exist."
  echo
  exit
fi

if [ $1 == "." ]; then
echo "can't copy files into same directory!"
echo
exit
fi

if [ ! -d $1 ]; then
    mkdir $1
fi

for filename in *.wav
do
   copysfx $filename $1/$filename
done
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General Board / Newbie question: Process entire folder in Terminal
« Last post by uge on June 02, 2021, 08:02:02 AM »
Hello there,

I'm enjoying using the CDP in Terminal. I would like to know if is possible to use CDP commands with wildcards (*) in order to process entire folders.

Any help with this would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Cheers,

Uge
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Mac installation / Re: Not working on Catalina (64bit progress question)
« Last post by arterofm on June 02, 2021, 12:02:04 AM »
Hello, I have the same problem,
I'd appreciate very much any help on how to build CDP7 for Catalina also.

Thanks,
Juan M
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