[PD] tabsend~ help patch
jancsika at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 22 21:56:07 CEST 2009
> The inlet is the audio signal that
> will be write on the array, check
> your description!
Thanks. I think that came from using [noise~] as a template, and
mindlessly changing "noise~" to "tabsend~" on the first pass.
> Anyway it was helpful, I didn't know samplerate~...
> Thanks, I'll take a look to the 0.999 thing.
Now I see clicking repeatedly on the message box to [tabread] shows the value getting smaller, which I guess means the frequency I'm sending to
[phasor~] is slightly larger than it should be.
> On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 3:40 PM, Jonathan Wilkes<jancsika at yahoo.com>
> > I'm currently editing the help patch
> "tabsend~-help.pd," which is attached.
> > It didn't have an example patch, so I went ahead and
> made one.
> > Problem is, I've never used tabsend~, so I'm not sure
> how useful that
> > example is. If someone has a better example to
> include in this
> > patch, please send it my way.
> > Also, I don't understand why the first element in my
> example is "0.999954".
> > It's the same if I explicitly set the phase to zero.
> > Thanks,
> > Jonathan
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