[PD] newbie - stutter

laura smith lllaaauuurrraaa2001 at yahoo.es
Thu Jul 15 01:47:36 CEST 2004

> Many people on this list don't know about stutter.
> Can you explain what it does?

here is the description straight from max:
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

any help other than just pointing at some directions
would be great. i am really newbie, so...

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