[PD] complex metronomes sequencing problem

Andy Farnell padawan12 at obiwannabe.co.uk
Sat Dec 29 14:13:26 CET 2007

On Sat, 29 Dec 2007 20:07:23 +0900
"hard off" <hard.off at gmail.com> wrote:

> to avoid the 'rounding errors' problem and also the [phasor~] block
> accuracy limit, you can use a [metro], [f ]x[+ ], and [vline~]
> solution.
> speed of this virtual phasor is controlled by the value sent to the
> right inlet of the [+ ] object, and resetting to a new position just
> requires sending that new position the the [f ] object first, and then
> triggering the metro to start again.
> the values going into the vline object should be:  the output of the
> [f ] object, and then pack the output of the [+ ] object with the
> speed of the metro (i use 1ms)
> anyway...patch is attached to this mail.
> only 'downside' is that speed can only be changed within an accuracy
> of 1ms.  but for musical applications, i can't think of any situation
> where you would need greater accuracy than that.

No problem, that's a great solution because you nearly always want this phasor
moving very slowly.

Use the source

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