[PD] table size limit
mpuckett at imusic1.ucsd.edu
Mon May 29 18:45:55 CEST 2006
It's probably not too hard to fix the phase vocoder to use a series of
short tables. The "bang~" object resets two tabread4~ objects every
block, so at the same time one could hop to the next table when appropriate.
Although audacity will do this too, it's interesting to be able to scroll
through a long soundfile (Kontakte in 4 channels for instance) at any
forward or backward speed. One can listen to a 6-channel version of the
entire 35-ish-minute long piece to test Stochhausen's assertion that the
large scale structure has the same identity as the piece does locally...
On Mon, May 29, 2006 at 11:17:12AM +0200, Piotr Majdak wrote:
> Hi Alexis,
> Alexis Baskind wrote:
> >I am trying to use Miller's wonderful phase-locked vocoder on a big sound
> >file (i.e. some 20 minutes on 2 channels). My problem is that "table", in
> >which the audiofile is supposed to be loaded, even including the 'maxsize'
> >option in soundfiler, does not seem to afford sizes bigger than some
> >1.700.000 elements, i.e. 24 bits I guess. Is there a means to overcome
> >this limit ?
> I don't know the answer, but I have a (maybe stupid) question:
> One great advantage of pd is processing audio in real-time. Why do you want
> to load signals into tables and perform the processing offline?
> br, Piotr
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