[PD] display waveform in GEM

B. Bogart ben at ekran.org
Tue Jun 7 16:46:08 CEST 2005

Hey Tom,

I'd like your comments on the workshop standard artengine, HC and I are
working on:



Thomas Ouellet Fredericks wrote:
> After reading this thread I made a cummulative patch to dispa general
> view of a wav file in a gem. I use cyrilles gl patch and I average the
> portions of the wav file that do not get displayed. I think this
> method gives a better feeling of the contents of the wav file.
> Please comment and hack.
> go to https://www.puredata.info/Members/mrtof  and get v33.wavdisplay
> -> a cummulative patch displaying a general view of a wav file in a
> gem window.
> Tom
> On 6/7/05, Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> wrote:
>>Matthias Blau hat gesagt: // Matthias Blau wrote:
>>>I second that it would be nice to be able to display waveforms with
>>>standard pd. In this respect, opening/saving audio files appears to be
>>>the major problem here.
>>>I do get along rather well with the attached hand-made oscilloscope,
>>>which draws tables and which can certainly be extended to draw audio
>>>file waveforms (some sort of downsampling needed though).
>>I often use Scope~ from Cyclone for monitoring signals, It's quite
>>fast, can be resized and zoomed and is generally a very useful
>>little external.
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