[PD] possible to reset phasor~?

Claude Heiland-Allen claudiusmaximus at goto10.org
Thu Jul 3 00:05:26 CEST 2008

Peter Plessas wrote:
> as i remeber from the phasor's helpfile, sending a bang to one of its
> inlets resets the phase to zero.

Sending a 0<=float<=1 to the right hand inlet sets the phase at the next 
block boundary (usually 64 samples).

> * Atte André Jensen <atte.jensen at gmail.com> [2008-07-02 23:45]:
>> I tried using a metro/vline substitute, but couldn't figure out how to 
>> change the speed *within* a cycle. Is such a construction possible?

  | \       falling edge when you want to bash phase to 0
  |  \       |
  | [samphold~]
  |  |
[-~  ]

might do what you want, I haven't tested it particularly.  You could use 
the falling edge of the [phasor~] itself to trigger the [samphold~] when 
you need the output to be back in sync with that [phasor~], which might 
be useful.


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