[PD] more questions about bonk~

Miller Puckette mpuckett at man104-1.ucsd.edu
Sat Feb 22 01:53:16 CET 2003

Unfortunately it varies... I believe between 6 and 18 msec.  Sharper attacks
get reported faster.

I plan (someday) to equalize the delay to worst case, and make it an option how
long to wait before reporting.


On Fri, Feb 21, 2003 at 04:19:49PM -0500, David McCallum wrote:
>          How many samples does it take bonk~ to spit out an attack from the 
> point that it receives the audio?
>          I'm using bonk to dump info from an xrecord~ into a buffer, but 
> I'd like to find out where in that buffer the attack happened. At the 
> moment I'm just guessing that it's the "about 6ms" that it says in the 
> bonk~ helpfile.
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