TimBlechmann at gmx.net
Tue Sep 13 00:11:38 CEST 2005
> > so i was tweaking it a bit:
> > - creation argument schedules the first dirac impulse, too
> > - using negative creation arguments suppresses the first dirac
> > impulse (absolute value is used for the next impulse delay)
> > - optimized it, did some loop unrolling (no simd code ... since you
> > probably want to keep compatibility with vanilla pd)
well, i was thinking again ... using negative creation arguments to
suppress the first dirac impulse is a bit ugly ... it doesn't make it
possible to suppress the first impulse, but set it to the 0st sample.
if you don't care about backwards compatibility, i'd suggest to remove
the initial impulse completely ...
if you care ... well, maybe a second parameter that would be zero by
default, might be used to suppress the initial impulse ...
i'd prefer the first solution, since i prefer an elegant solution over
the compatible solution ... anyway, the choice is yours ...
cheers ... tim
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