[PD-dev] i need some help with this

J. Scott Hildebrand jshildebrand at ucdavis.edu
Tue Sep 3 21:08:39 CEST 2002

       i wouldn't mind at all to do the convolution with the built-in fft
stuff. the only problem is that i don't quite understand how it works.
what i need is to input x amount of samples, and get out y amount of
output, which should be at least 1.5 times the original amount + padded
zeros to equal 2 times the original amount. only then can i write an
overlap and add method.


On Sat, 31 Aug 2002 zmoelnig at iem.at wrote:

> hi scott !
> i really recommend that you read the mail i send you when qou first posted your
> piece of code.
> i really tried to point out all the faulty pieces of code (especially the
> neveroccuring reset of apple)
> and i again give you one advice: add debugging code like "post()" to show you
> where the error occurs !
> i am not going to do the programming for you (and i hope no one else will do)
> - just read the mails. (it's all in there)
> and again:
> is there any major reason not to do the convolution as an abstraction ?
> to not use pd's built in fft-routines ?
> mfg.cd.sar
> IOhannes


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