[PD] mod~ ???
derek at umatic.nl
Mon May 7 19:09:54 CEST 2007
Test patch attached... see the [wraparound~] subpatch for the part which
doesn't work yet!
Derek Holzer wrote:
> I tried this already, and it's not appropriate in this case. The idea is
> to change the start of the loop to any place in the sample. If the
> length of the loop is longer than what's left of the sample in the
> table, currently I get silence. If I use [wrap~] the way you describe
> it, the loop I select always starts at the beginning of the table,
> because [wrap~] returns the percentage of the table I have "overshot".
> I need a solution where, if the table is 100 places long, I can loop
> from 95 back around to 25 if need be. Which is what my theoretical
> [mod~] would do. But I simply can't "wrap" my head around how to
> construct it. Your [wrap~] solution seems to return a loop starting at 0
> which is 30 units long instead.
> IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
>> Derek Holzer wrote:
>>> end of the table)? [wrap~] doesn't do the trick, BTW.
>> i am sure it does.
>> try scaling the signal before sending it to [wrap~] and afterwards undo
>> the scaling.
>> [/~ 100]
>> [*~ 100]
derek holzer ::: http://www.umatic.nl
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