[PD] Looping

Kyle Klipowicz kyleklip at gmail.com
Wed Jan 31 01:36:57 CET 2007

Either that, or you could even create your own table with the desired
envelope and send the phasor~ output to a tabread4~ that reads it ,
instead of using cos~ shenanigans.


On 1/30/07, Thomas Mayer <thomas at dergrossebruder.org> wrote:
> PORRES wrote:
> > the problem with B09 is that it cuts too much information from the sample... I need it to be constantly loud when looping around! Got it?
> If you have the zexy externals installed, then you can try using
> [>~ 0.001] after the [cos~] object in B09. The output will be 1, if
> greater than 0.001, 0 for smaller values. So, basically, it will cut off
> small portions of the beginning and end of the samples.
> cu Thomas
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