[PD] stutter~ ??

Eric Skogen eskogen at usfamily.net
Wed May 19 19:46:30 CEST 2004

how would a buffer like this be handled in pd? tabwrite~ stops once it 
reaches the array's end and tabsend~ only updates once per block. is 
there an object that pushes signals into a buffer, shifting existing 
buffer data over?


roc wrote:

> yo
> anybody knows of a pd object that does the same job as max's [stutter~] ?
> here's the description from stutter~'s help file:
> "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."
> or else, anybody planning to do/port such a thing?
> cheers
> r
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