[PD] bug in [writesf~] (was: Re: [writesf~] sample rate problem? )

Roman Haefeli reduzierer at yahoo.de
Tue Jul 3 10:19:02 CEST 2007


yesterday, matju helped me investigating in this problem and it turned
out, that 0x400EAC44 is hardcoded for aiff-files in the file
d_soundfile.c on line 700. it is defined in a variable called 'dogdoo',
which means 'hundescheisse' (shit of a dog), which makes me assume, that
miller is aware of the problem, but didn't solve it yet.

i'm glad to see, that i am not the only one who sometimes uses anal
oriented variable names ;-)


On Sun, 2007-07-01 at 17:42 -0400, Tim Flood wrote:
> Hello Everyone-
> I have written a simple patch (see below) designed for hard disk recording 
> at 24-bit/96kHz.  The -bytes flag sets the bit depth correctly, but no 
> matter what value I use to set the -rate flag, the file is always created 
> with a sampling rate of 44.1kHz.  (My soundcard is set up to work at 96kHz). 
>   Is this a bug, or am I just missing something?  Any help would be greatly 
> appreciated!
> Best Regards,
> -Tim

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