AW: [PD] reading soundfile into gem

Paris Treantafeles paris at
Wed Apr 6 15:03:01 CEST 2005

scopeXYZ~  sounds quite interesting!

wondering if there's anything currently that can be used to create 
lissajous patterns from audio?


On Wednesday, April 6, 2005, at 08:10  AM, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:

> geadsch wrote:
>> hello again!
>> unfortunately pix_sig2pix~ doesnt quite what i want.
>> i dont want to visualise an audio signal in realtime but rather read a
>> sample (waveform) into a picture (or a buffer) in order to display it 
>> via
>> gem. basically in the same way as [soundfiler] reads a sample into an 
>> array.
> hmm, actually that is something completely different to what you want.
> [soundfiler] reads a soundfile and stores its data in an array (a lot 
> of floating-point values packed together as tight as possible into 
> memory)
> this has nothing to do with a visual representation (thats what the 
> "graph" does; arrays are held in graphs)
> there is an experimental object scopeXYZ~ in the CVS, but that is for 
> realtime scoping (and when i tried it yesterday it did not behave as i 
> expected it...)
> in the meanwhile you can try generating the waveforms with an external 
> editor and load the images as normal ;-)
> mfg.asd.r
> IOhannes
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