[PD] How do I do this (clean looping)?!
derek at umatic.nl
Mon Jul 7 04:32:56 CEST 2008
quick late night idea: write to two tables and overlap them with a
crossfade by 5-10 ms or so. I think your time-triggered ramps at the
start and end points of the loop are still a good idea anyhow. If you
are doing any kind of resynthesis of the recorded sounds, you might be
interested in taking a look at this live looping & granulating
abstraction I posted a while back:
David Schaffer wrote:
> I'm building a little time domain abstraction that captures audio
> from an input and writes it on the fly to an array, this array is then
> beeing red continuously as a loop (as a result, the incoming sound seems
> to "freeze", see what I mean?). my problem is avoiding clicks at both
> ends of the loop; right now, I'm trying to use time based triggers to
> create a "windowing" function so that the amplitude of the loop is zero
> at both ends, butI was wondering if there was a way to tell pd to start
> and stop it's recording process at zero crossing points, or to truncate
> its reading points a bit so that the beginnig and the end of the loop
> are zero. Can anyone help me in this?!
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