[PD] triggered oscilloscope/bang on zero crossing?
derek at umatic.nl
Wed Dec 9 01:14:12 CET 2009
Hi Mike, Roman,
thanks for the input! Of course I thought it would be simpler, but I did
keep in mind this block boundary problem. [edge~] is a good suggestion,
at least that's the kind of object I was looking for. I'll have a look
at your forum patch tomorrow Mike (assuming I can find my login for the
forum). The block issue, well that's another story...
Mike Moser-Booth wrote:
> cyclone's [edge~] is useful for converting zero crossing to bangs:
> [expr~ $v1<0]
> The only downside is that it quantizes to the end of the block, but then
> again, so does [tabwrite~]. I actually attempted doing one with edge and
> posted it on the forum, if you're interested.
> Derek Holzer wrote:
>> I'm trying to put together a simple oscilloscope abstraction that
>> imitates the "trigger" function of a real one, so that the waveform
>> can be seen from its starting point. In other words, a [tabwrite~]
>> would graph on the upward swing of a zero crossing. To do this, I'd
>> like to know if there is an audio object which gives a bang at a zero
>> crossing, or perhaps even only at a crossing from the negative to the
>> positive domain of the signal. I've thought of something with [expr~
>> $v1 < 0], but what comes out is still in the audio domain and isn't
>> the bang which [tabwrite~] needs.
>> Other suggestions welcome.
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