[PD] [FIR~] , [equalizer] and [biquad~] ... can i make [equalizer] and [biquad~] act like [FIR~] ?
graybeal at frognet.net
Sat Apr 2 21:15:26 CEST 2005
With [FIR~] you can draw in a graph to make the eq the way you want it.
I don't understand [FIR~], but it does neat sounding things.
I'm wondering if I can draw inside of a graph and control [equalizer]
which eventually controls [biquad~] (because there is no way i'm
capable of understanding [biquad~] at this point in time) just like the
way [FIR~] works?
some of you may think, why don't i just use [FIR~] .... well [FIR~]
seems to sound a lot different than [equalizer] & [biquad~]. it seems
to have some kind of phasing in it for one. i also haven't figured out
how to get it to 'cut' when i go 'negative' into the graph.. it seems to
not get any quiter, but louder. i know i'm not understanding how it works.
the only way i can get a graph readout of what [equalizer] and [biquad~]
do now is if i use filtergraph.pd (i forget who wrote it).. but it
sweeps from 20Hz to 20kHz.. and outputs a response into a graph from
that. this is awesome!! accept it takes a while, and i imagine it's
not the most cpu friendly thing.
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