[PD] pd rookie

Michal Seta mis at music.mcgill.ca
Mon Aug 20 00:31:28 CEST 2001

The best way is to use fiddle~ ( you will find it in the Œextras¹ directory
of the pd distribution)  but perhaps not the most economical.  It works
great and on my celeron 533MHz the usage of fiddle is not much noticeable
(CPU-wise).  The help patch for fiddle~ is in the same dir.  I¹ve seen a
mention of some simpler Œpitch tracker¹ but I can¹t recall the name...  or
I¹m just confused...


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On 8/19/01 12:09 PM, "Nano Rosas" <nanorosas at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hello to all!
> I'm a young southamerican composer, who is starting to learn to use this great
> program (or i should say languaje?).
> And I have a question:
> which is the more economical way of getting the frequency of an audio signal?
> There is no kind of reversed osc~ which functions backwards?
> Not to-complex answer will be realy apreciated.
> Thanks
> Nano

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