[PD] fft on pd.. does it have a sync signal?
mpuckett at man104-1.ucsd.edu
Mon Aug 15 21:32:26 CEST 2005
You can use a bang~ object to synchronize the phasor~ with the FFTs.
Just have the bang~ output send a 0 to the phasor's right inlet. Use
print~ to verify it's working...
alternatively, just put a ramp in a table, in the same way as the
Hann window is made in the examples.
On Mon, Aug 15, 2005 at 04:00:55PM -0300, Jos Henrique Padovani wrote:
> I'm working on a real-time cepstrum patch... was using Max/MSP on my
> University but now I've decided to use PD. So there are small diferences
> that I'm trying to understand. Max/MSP's fftin~ object has a sync signal
> that is very usefull to do crossover patches, for example... It makes a
> signal ramp that goes from 0 to 1 when it computes 0 to N-1 from the fft
> frame... Now I'm trying to use the same system with a phasor~ in the pd
> sub- patch where is the block-size but it didn't worked.... If anyone
> has a simple fft-based corossover patch it would help.
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