[PD] A glitch free delay line abstraction

Amos Robinson amos.robinson at gmail.com
Mon Jan 5 02:20:37 CET 2009

(Half-asleep, but:)
I don't know why the two delwrite~s are there, if they both take the
same input and same size?

But in any case, I'd prepend the names of the delay lines with $0- as in
[delwrite~ $0-A 2000]
($0 is interpolated as the patch id, so then each instance will use a
separate delay line)


On Sun, Jan 4, 2009 at 9:44 PM, David Schaffer
<schafferdavid at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
>     I haven't been around in a while but I think i got something that might
> help some of you: I've red lots of questions a couple of month ago about the
> fact that, when dynamically changing the time of a delay line, one could
> here a pitch shift noise; so I build an abstraction that prevents this from
> happening: just send time messages to its input and you'll hear by yourself.
> Comments and suggestions welcome.
> D.S
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