[PD] sort of off topic... how to write a filter..
psycho at zzz.kotnet.org
Tue Jun 19 02:20:11 CEST 2001
julius smith has a nice collection of basic & advanced music dsp stuff
> HI All,
> I know that this is off topic in a way... but I am tinkering with writing dsp code
> (some externals for pd ..e.t.c.) and I can't really understand how to implement a filter
> (such as lowpass e.t.c.) How do you assess the frequencies of a particular signal and therefore attenuate them?
> I assume some method of holding and comparing samples in a buffer or something, but then this would delay output?
> Anyway, I am no math expert but I would appreciate any help.. I took a look at pds filter code and it seemed to be easier (in amount of code i.e. quite short) than I was thinking and I realise that i probably need to know more about filter math/operation in general..so any pointers e.t.c.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: evan sugerman <sugie at cats.ucsc.edu>
> To: pdlist <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
> Date: 18 June 2001 04:29
> Subject: [PD] (DP)
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