[PD] filter transfer function

Tim Blechmann TimBlechmann at gmx.net
Mon Feb 6 01:46:52 CET 2006

> My instructor at school is trying to make a patch that will graph a
> transfer function in real time, but it doesn't seem to be working out
> with Pd's built in arrays.  I was thinking that he might be able to
> do it with Gem, but on second look I don't see any easy way to do
> this either.  Does anyone know of a good way to graph an out audio
> signal against an in audio signal (one would be x, one y)?

i was using gem's scope functionality to plot some of systems of my
chaos external ... 

using a (scaled) phasor~ as x coordinate, it shouldn't be that hard to
plot a function ...


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