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  • #2094

    Martin Klang
    Keymaster

    We now have the ability to compile patches into Javascript and run them in the browser.

    To try it out, check out this PD patch:
    http://hoxtonowl.com/patch-library/patch/Arp_with_Delay_and_Envelope/
    Click the Test tab and then Start to run the patch; use the knobs to change parameters.

    Or for something with an audio input, try:
    http://hoxtonowl.com/patch-library/patch/Ping_Pong_Delay/
    Select an input then press Start to run the patch.

    We’re still working on making sure that all patches in the library compile and run ok, so consider this a preview 🙂 and let us know what problems you find!

    You can compile your own patches into Javascript too using the online compiler, check the Documentation for instructions.

    #2098

    Vincent
    Participant

    Great feature!

    #2100

    Martin Klang
    Keymaster

    We’ve got more features on our todo-list than we can handle ourselves right now. If anyone’s up for donating some web development time just let us know!

    #2114

    mrev
    Participant

    Am interested, what would you be looking for?

    #2116

    Martin Klang
    Keymaster

    Great! The wishlist includes:
    – waveform visualiser, showing the l/r outputs
    – Web MIDI: a new tab in the patch details that connects to your OWL to send patches and change settings (we’ve already got a proof-of-concept implementation)
    – patch recommendations and comments

    Plus a whole lot of fixes and improvements. The issue tracker is here:
    https://github.com/pingdynasty/OwlServer/issues

    #2124

    mrev
    Participant

    Thanks mars, will take a look

    #2243

    Sbob
    Participant

    Hi,

    I would like to compile a patch to JavaScript, but I just find the link to compile to sysex.

    How can I compile to JS?

    #2246

    Martin Klang
    Keymaster

    We’ve streamlined the compilation stage so that both SysEx and JS are done with one action, using the Compile link. Details here:
    https://hoxtonowl.com/forums/topic/web-midi/

    #2249

    Sbob
    Participant

    I’ve tried it, but when i click “Compile Patch” I just get the sysex version, no JS.
    It is currently a private patch, can this be the reason?

    #2250

    Martin Klang
    Keymaster

    If you click the AUDIO tab, does it not play?

    I removed the JS download link in the compact version of the web page as I didn’t think it was useful. It’s a responsive design: if you zoom out you will get both download links appearing in the left hand side box.

    You can otherwise copy the sysex link and replace ‘format=sysx’ with ‘format=js’

    Edit: I just realised there’s a problem with the deployed code, and the file was not copied over properly. Sorry – fixed now!

    #2251

    Sbob
    Participant

    Now it’s working perfectly, thank you!

    #2372

    jayrope
    Participant

    I love the js download feature. Do you mind, if i used js code of a patch of myself on my own website, if i linked back here as well?

    #2375

    Martin Klang
    Keymaster

    Sure, please do. A link back to the original patch page is probably most appropriate.

    #2383

    jayrope
    Participant

    Thank you! Will do! Should generate some extra interest in the Owl i hope.

    #2385

    Martin Klang
    Keymaster

    Is it up? Can we have a peek?

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