[PD] stutter~ ??

kvas at naumen.ru kvas at naumen.ru
Wed May 19 08:30:59 CEST 2004


Tuesday, May 18, 2004, 1:37:08 PM, derek wrote:

> roc wrote:

>> "stutter~ keeps a history of its signal input(left inlet). Upon 
>> recieving an int(left inlet), it copies that number of the most recently
>> recieved samples to another playback buffer. This buffer may be cycled 
>> through by its phase, 0-1 (right inlet). on bang (left inlet) or a 
>> trigger signal (middle inlet), the last int number of samples are copied
>> to the playback buffer."

> Jeez! Those Max objects are so specific! I really have the same feeling 
> about them as I have for a lot of fancy VST plugins: it takes the fun 
> out of coming up with a unique effect yourself.

Actually i found stutter quite useful for sampler patches, granular effects
and other fun stuff. I miss it in PD, but i think all those things can be
done using delay lines and xrecord~/xplay~ from xsample package.

Best regards,
 Vasily         mailto: kvas at naumen dot ru

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