[PD] nice Delay behaviour
andreas at dausenkunz.de
Fri Sep 6 05:57:26 CEST 2002
Today I did some tests with feedback delay lines and found that they do
in fact behave very nicely.
The handbook says that for audio feedback lines a send~ -> receive~ or
a throw~ -> catch
construction can be used.
Seems like there is a third (and even a fourth) option:
a delwrite~ -> delread~ or a delwrite~ -> vd~ will do the job as well.
I was very pleased to find that the delay line even provides an inbuilt
for the block size delay. The only difference to a regular non circular
delay line is that the minimum
delay time is equal to the blocksize because the delread~ is executed
before the delwrite~.
Question: I did not find any mention of this use of delay lines. Is it
safe to use delay lines this way?
Or is there a chance that this feature will be removed in a future
version of pd.?
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