A method for installed playback systems. Set as a login item for macOS. Adjust the target process and launch file as necessary. The watcher script will check that the defined process exists. If not, it will relaunch the target file.
Numerous updates have been made to the repositories at https://www.github.com/kreivalabs. Rather than continually update the printed code in the previous posts, please head over to the git repositories (and follow the page, if you like) to be notified of updates.
NOTE: visit https://www.github.com/kreivalabs for current code versions. Calculate the coverage pattern area of a point-source loudspeaker based on its dispersion angle and the measured distance from source to listener (or some other point). This method uses Future functionality from www.python-future.org:
NOTE: visit https://www.github.com/kreivalabs for up to date code versions. The following will calculate elapsed time in milliseconds and seconds for a given sample rate and time (entered in seconds). It will also calculate the number of individual samples elapsed based
NOTE: visit https://www.github.com/kreivalabs for the current code versions. Building on the method below, here is the same calculator in Python (hooray for cross-platform!). Save the text below as a .py file to run in the Terminal of your choice. Python
Building upon the methods explored here, I’ve been experimenting with using node-red’s Twitter node to interface directly with ruby files in Sonic Pi by means of shell scripting. By creating multiple instances of the Twitter nodes in a single flow,
UPDATE 7/10/17 – Check out the contributed module from Sam Levey, with nodes to control QLab via OSC messages and a node to control node-red from QLab: https://www.npmjs.com/package/node-red-contrib-qlab This eliminates some steps from the method described below. ORIGINAL: Utilizing node-RED,
At some point along the way (I can’t remember when…), Apple removed authentication security from the ad hoc network function “Create a network…” in the Wi-Fi setup. I use ad hoc networks to link up mobile devices to Macs running
Controlling Sonic Pi from QLab – Use Sonic Pi to generate pre-show music for your designs. Sonic Pi, created by Sam Aaron at Cambridge University, is a fantastic live-coding music synth utilizing Ruby script and the SuperCollider synth engine. Originally developed for the Raspberry