[PD] Re: pan_gogins~, odd behaviour?
hans at eds.org
Wed Jan 12 06:21:56 CET 2005
[pan_gogins~] is still a C external and it does not have any [line~]
functionality. If you still a [line~] on the control inlet of
[pan_gogins~], that should eliminate the clicking. I didn't write that
object, I just stuck in CVS a long time ago. I'd write in Pd itself.
The Gogins algorithm is quite simple, so it wouldn't be causing the
On Jan 10, 2005, at 8:03 PM, shapermechanist at fastmail.fm wrote:
> this is directed at Hans-Christoph Steiner i suppose: i was looking at
> your panning patches
> which you mentioned on a previous post on panning (that, i think is a
> tongue-twister), anyway i was looking at the pan_gogins~ patch and its
> use of the said external but while using it with an osc~, just as a
> simple test, it seemed to produce a clicking sound in it's output when
> panned, not unlike what you get when you use the line object when you
> should use line~. but when i tried it with a audio sample there was no
> obvious clicking and similarly so with phasor~. i just thought this was
> a bit odd, is there a sensible explanation? is it perhaps a simple case
> of audio theory, like say the gogins algorithim and the osc~ sig
> interfering with one another or something? anyway it's not of such
> importance but i was curious. thanks.
> shapermechanist at fastmail.fm
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