[PD] unit impulse without [dirac~]

Uğur Güney ugurguney at gmail.com
Fri Nov 16 11:35:50 CET 2007

# Hi Andy,
# There is a abstraction "citpit" I made in the attachment to produce glitch
sounds. ("cit" and "pit" is the sound of glitch in Turkish :) ) It's an
audio object which outputs 0 all the time. But when you bang it, it outputs
1's for N samples long. It gives a barrier function.
# When you let N=1 by putting 1 to its second inlet, it becames a dirac
function. (Err... Not dirac but Kronecker Delta really, Dirac gives not 1
but infinity)
# Hope this helps...

On Nov 16, 2007 11:23 PM, Andy Farnell <padawan12 at obiwannabe.co.uk> wrote:

> The [dirac~] object generates a unit impulse (at the sample position given
> by
> its input)
> I'm trying to think of simple ways to do it in plain vanilla. Frank gave a
> one way before,
> differentiating a step impulse with [rzero~], can anyone think of other
> ways (I'm sure
> there's more than one)
> cheers,
> Andy
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