[PD] Scope of [block~] and [switch~]
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Mon Oct 20 15:29:50 CEST 2008
David F. Place wrote:
> I am trying to understand oversampling to eliminate foldover from my
> patches. In the help file for block~ we read:
> The block~ and switch~ objects set the block size, overlap, and
> up/down-sampling ratio for the window. (The overlap and
> resampling ratio are relative to the super-patch.)
> This is confusing to me. If the overlap and resampling ratio are
> relative to the super-patch, then shouldn't block~ set the block size,
> overlap, and up/down-sampling ratio for the window and all its sub
> windows? (sub-patches and abstractions) Is that how it works, in fact?
yes, all subpatches share the same signal-properties with regard to the
super-patch (unless further overriden of course).
> If not, do you have to include all of the audio rate objects at the same
> level in a patch without using sub-patches or abstractions?
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