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Synthesize droning strings

Although it is a drone or single harmony, the timbre here is rich, and the depth comes from the range of harmonics. Further depth here seems to come from the tones of D5 chord (D + A). Drones like ...
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How to Synthesize a Cello Sound in Pure Data

I think you need to look into the basics of audio synthesis a little bit more before trying this. Any instrument except a pure sine oscillator will not produce a pure sine wave. Instead it will ...
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Synthesize droning strings

At around 4:31 here Leon Dewan gets whats sounds to me like droning string sounds with (what he describes as) a wave-folding synthesis approach. I haven't been able to test it, but, based on his ...
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Generative Music

I just found a labyrinth of generative material that may lead to some new discoveries for you. And btw I am interested in this subject too, which is how I found this post and this link you might enjoy....
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Pure Data Vanilla: Random float number generator

you might want to consider investigating the tag 'randomF'.
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Open source software/library/tool/patch/... for converting audio to MIDI suggestions?

it seems that rackarrack has an audio to midi converter inside. The plugin is for guitar sounds but you can probably have a look at the code and see how this is made. There's also aubio with a ...
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Open source software/library/tool/patch/... for converting audio to MIDI suggestions?

I don't know about free and open source but ableton does this with a right click on an audio file > convert to midi Maybe you could extract this midi out of the trial version or something like that?
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How can more than one input trigger an operation in Pure Data?

From the answers in the mailing list, it seems that using a [t b f] object is how this is handled. When more than one input is involved, each input needs its own [t b f]object:
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How to make a good Pitch Pipe Sound in Pure Data

Combination? It's nothing more than a pulse-wave, if anything plain through a high-pass filter. From the thin characteristics and fluxing pitch/overtones (which is NOT a good thing in a pitch-pipe) I ...
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Make a PureData Sine Wave Synth that is audible from C0 - G10

Most people can't actually hear a pure 16.35Hz signal it is quite literally sub-sonic, also the lowest note on a piano is A0 at 27.50Hz which as a pure sine wave is also likely to be inaudible. What ...
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Make a PureData Sine Wave Synth that is audible from C0 - G10

Yes, as Tetsujin states - our perception is different at different frequencies and different volumes. The Fletcher Munson curve is one equal loudness contour. Implementing a crudely drawn version of ...
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Make a PureData Sine Wave Synth that is audible from C0 - G10

The human ear isn't 'flat' - it struggles at low frequencies, peaks around 4 - 6kHz & fades away somewhere above that, depending on age or prior exposure to loud noise... That's before you take ...
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