geiger at epy.co.at
Thu May 6 23:45:51 CEST 1999
Christian Feldbauer writes:
> Hi Miller !
> Hi Overlap-And-Add-Freaks !
> PD is a signal-flow-oriented programming environment...
> But in my opinion there is a incompatibility becouse the fft-objets and
> outlet~ (overlap and add).
> Why should the outlet~ get a different signal than any other object (for
> example tabsend~) after rifft~ ????
> Can anybody answer this question ?
Ok, I will try,
The block~ object changes the behaviour of the whole subpatch.
The inlet~ and outlet~ are responsible for translating the signal
to the format used in the parent patch.
Just put the outlet after the rifft~ object and then you can
use the tabsend~. (in the parent patch)
The fft objects don't change anything by themselves, it's the block
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