[PD] New user question: How to create simple audio delay?
rorytheroar at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 15 10:15:13 CEST 2003
Delete the [osc~] object and replace it with an [adc~]
this will let you access the audio that is being
inputted to your soundcard, then route the signal from
this to the [delwrite~].
--- Benjamin Freidlin <benjamin at allthecraze.com>
wrote: > Thanks for the help, however when I run this
> hear a solid tone on
> top of the line in audio. I tried playing with that
> value but it just
> changes the pitch of the tone.
> Am I doing something wrong? I'm feeding my AM radio
> into the line in in
> my Santa Cruz audio card.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: pd-list-admin at iem.at
> [mailto:pd-list-admin at iem.at] On Behalf Of
> Josh Steiner
> Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 2:34 AM
> To: Benjamin Freidlin; PD List
> Subject: Re: [PD] New user question: How to create
> simple audio delay?
> delay lines are quite easy to make with pd, see my
> attached patch
> Benjamin Freidlin wrote:
> > This may seem like a very basic question but I've
> never used this
> > program before.
> > All I want to do is input my AM radio into my PC
> and have the audio
> > come out my PC's speakers between 1 and 4 seconds
> > My need stems from the fact that I watch sports on
> digital cable which
> > is delayed to be slower than the radio, so I want
> to slow the radio
> > through my PC.
> > To clarify, I'm not looking for an echo delay
> effect like with
> > guitars, but just a straight delay. It would also
> be good if it were
> > easy to tweak, since I have to play with it in
> order to get it lined
> > up with the TV correctly.
> > Hopefully this is pretty straightforward to do
> with pd?
> > Thanks for the help,
> > Benjamin
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