[PD] iem filters - best for isolating frequencies?

Kyle Klipowicz kyleklip at gmail.com
Fri Sep 1 21:41:33 CEST 2006

Instead of filters, try using bonk~, which you can train tto
differentiate various attacks and label them accordingly in its


On 9/1/06, Paris Treantafeles <paris at parisgraphics.com> wrote:
> Hello List,
> I have some Gem patches that react to incoming sound in various ways.
> Up until now, I would take the adc~ input and use 3 vcf~ 's  (one for
> bass, mid and high) and with the right settings of Hz and Q, I was
> getting fairly good envelopes.
> Looking at this again and wanting to improve it, I have been
> experimenting with iemlib filters:
> http://pd.iem.at/iemlib/abstract.html
> I was wondering if anyone can recommend which of these would be best
> for trying to isolate, say a bass drum or a hi hat from an incoming mix?
> I read the Bessel filters are often used in cross overs but from just
> experimenting a bit it seems some of the others (e.g. vcf_lp2~) are
> giving me a better response.
> Thanks,
> p
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