[PD] Looping samples with tabread4~
luigi.rensinghoff at freenet.de
Wed May 16 23:16:49 CEST 2007
Have a look at s-bitcrusher
just as an inspiration for a GUI maybe, its not exactly what you
want, but its worth a look
Am 16.05.2007 um 23:08 schrieb padawan12 at obiwannabe.co.uk:
> You're on exactly the right track and thinking all the right things.
> An important value to grab is the length of the sample (in samples)
> which you can get from [soundfiler]. Multiply your [phasor~] by the
> magnitude of the loop and add it to an offset in samples and that
> be the table index you need.
> (please excuse awful html formatting , using webmailer )
> Maybe I haven’t looked hard enough but I just haven’t been able to
> find any examples on building a sample playback engine that will
> allow for sample-start, loop-start and loop-end positions to be
> set. The question is what would be the easiest way to achieve this.
> I have been thinking about ways to achieve the sample clock driver
> but since I’m new to PD perhaps my thinking is too complex.
> My ideas have been:
> Should I try generating the sample clock driver using two phasor~
> objects where one phasor~ handles sample-start ‘til loop-end and
> let the other one (loop-start ‘til loop-end) kick in once the first
> one has completed it’s first and single run.
> Perhaps using a vline~ for the first part instead of a phasor~
> Simply using one phasor~ object and offsetting the start value of
> it’s second cycle to the loop-start position
> Simply using a vline~ object and “loop it” with a different start
> position the second time onwards.
> I suppose I would have to use the samphold~ object to make the
> shift between phasor~ or vline~ or just to offset the start
> position of a phasors~ second cycle.
> Any ideas or examples on how to best achieve this would be more
> than welcome.
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