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16 pings can be played simultaniously. Each ping will be mapped to a different key, like in a drum-layout.
Each ping has a parameter for frequency, duration, panning, distortion and amplitude.


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While other strategies work around one ping being played at a time,
the One Ping Only strategy uses one ping to address all data points within a small distance.
Any sound that is played will be centered on its origin, and the duration of each sound will be determined by the duration of the ping.

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## Files

– [OnePingOnly Activation Code.swf](images/Audio_Plugin/OnePingOnly.swf) : The plugin.

## License

The.swf file is free for personal and commercial use.

## Contribute

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## Changes for the previous version

– Some data points in the audio file had to be recalculated to fix some bugs.
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The one-ping-only option causes the pinger to only play a single ping at a time.
You can adjust the number of pings played by using the number of simultaneous pings parameter in the command line.
You can also adjust the timing and tempo of the pings by using the last parameter.
By using the full text parameter, you can define the text of each ping.
This option is useful if you want to play pings that repeat automatically.
For example:
./shell “drum:6 2/4 2\

Defines six pings, each lasting two bars, repeated on beat one.
The same six pings can be used like this:
./shell “onepint:6 tbp:1”

Play six pings on beat one.
By using the timelapse option, you can set how fast the pings are played.
This option is a bit like the rhythym parameter in [Drums].

Other shell options:

–quiet – Suppress output to stderr.
–verbose – Output all messages to stderr.
–help – Display help message.
–nohelp – Suppress help message.


The music on-line:

pick out simple drum-patterns from these sites:

select a drum, then some tones:

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Frequency is the note you are hitting on the keyboard, from 1 to 127.
Duration is the time (between 1 and 127) you have to press the note before the next one can be played. This could be used to set the beat length.
Panning controls the chord (or chord-shape) of the note.
Amplitude is the distance from -127 to 127 of your key.
Distortion is the way the note is played, either normal (played normally), vibrato or tremolo.

So you can play any key, but with different chord or note-instrument, depending on the KEYMACRO you choose.

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What’s New in the?

This is a very simple script with a few pings. It will use the "Change instruments" box. It is intended to be run as a command in a shell and
will map every ping to a different key. The "drop" and "pickup" parameters can be configured to simulate a single keyboard.

def map_ping(c, d, dd, pu, k, f):
# mapping the ping to a key
# has to be done for every ping
for i in c:
return v

# mapping ping_01 to the same key as ping_05
# call the function with different parameters
# and map the responses to different keys
p_01, p_05=map_ping(1, 0.5, 0.5, 0, ‘A’, 0.5)
p_02, p_04=map_ping(2, 0.5, 0.5, 0, ‘A’, 0.5)
p_03, p_06=map_ping(3, 0.5, 0.5, 0, ‘A’, 0.5)

# mix the ping responses
sound.mix(p_01, p_05, 60, 0)
sound.mix(p_02, p_04, 60, 0)
sound.mix(p_03, p_06, 60, 0)

# write the response to a file
with open(‘ping.wav’,’wb’) as f:
for i in range(0, len(p_01)):
f.write(‘p1’+str(i) +’
for i in range(0, len(p_02)):
f.write(‘p2’+str(i) +’

System Requirements:

Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core i3, i5, i7, AMD Phenom II, AMD FX, AMD Athlon X2
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 760 1 GB, AMD Radeon HD 7850 1 GB
DirectX: Version 11
Hard Drive: 25 GB available space
Additional Notes: BIOS requires the latest version. Manual support provided by VGFN.
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