Node list not showing up in hark

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  • #834
    AvatarRohan sheelvant
    Participant

    Hello,

    Myself Rohan Sheelvant, I am using HARK (hark_designer) software for a research project at NUS. I have followed the instruction given on the website https://www2.hark.jp/wiki.cgi?page=HARK+Installation+Instructions and https://www.hark.jp/install/linux/ to install the HARK system on Linux system.

    The problem I am facing now after installation is that after running the hark software (hark_designer), no nodes are showing up on the node list. I have attached the SS for your reference.

    Can you please let me know if I am missing any step in the installation or if I need to do any additional procedure for the same.

    Thank you for your help and time.

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    #836
    AvatarSy.Krizel
    Moderator

    Hello,

    Thank you for your inquiry.

    Have you tried adding the nodes in the preferences ?
    If not, please follow the steps below:
    1. Click Preferences
    2. Click Packages
    3. Select the node references that you need from the list

    Best Regards,
    HARK Support

    #837
    AvatarRohan sheelvant
    Participant

    Earlier it did not have any packages, however, I just now checked again and it worked.

    I am now trying to record sound using HARK by following these steps https://www.hark.jp/document/2.4.0/hark-cookbook-en/subsec-LearningHARK-001.html
    and I am using this RASP device http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/ReSpeaker_Mic_Array_v2.0/ to record the audio.

    I have created the network for recording using HARK also set the parameters accordingly(I want to record a sound at 16KHz for 5 seconds). After setting the parameters I clicked the button EXECUTE. After this, I check the FILE button in HARK_developer and I could find 4 audio files named sep_0,1,2,3 (.wav). However, on playing these files I hear audio of less than a second and only some noise in it.
    [I have attached the relevant screenshots with this post]
    Can you please tell me if have made any mistake while building the network?

    I have checked my recording using audacity and all the mics are working fine.

    #841
    AvatarRohan sheelvant
    Participant

    One mistake I noticed, my MAIN_LOOP was on subnet. I have now changed it to iterator.

    Now after clicking the EXECUTE button, I get the status as stopped, Does this mean some error in the network?

    #842
    AvatarRohan sheelvant
    Participant

    Okay, I have found my mistake, I had kept the condition as an output so the network was not working.

    Thank You for your help

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