[PD] a good filter for my sample reader...

cyrille henry ch at chnry.net
Tue Dec 15 14:42:55 CET 2009

martin brinkmann a écrit :
> David Schaffer wrote:
>> Idealy the device should be fat sounding and resonant...
> imho the "nusmuk-audio"-filters posted to the list a while ago
> are among the best sounding (pd vanilla) filters. only the
> cpu-load is very high, due to fexpr~.

happy to know that you like them.

filter in nusmuk audio are biquad, but they use audio signal to change frequency so they are good if filter parametter are changing over time.
they use a different structure than pd biquad so coeficient computation are not compatible with gunter objets.

the filter abstraction (that use fexpr~) can be replace with an external, so the filter can be lot's more efficient...
(i don't have binary for any other platform than pd, but should be very easy to compile)



> bis denn!
>     martin
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