[PD] peak amplitude in pd vanilla (was: [env~ ] vs [vsnapshot~ ]: which one is more cpu consuming?)

ypatios ypatios at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 04:05:28 CET 2010


im sorry i left the thread for some time now.
thank you all very much for your replies.

Your results are confirmed here too: the two methods with vsnapshot~  and
writing-reading to a table are equally inefficient.
Matt's suggestion --whilst much more efficient-- has a serious disadvantage:
it seems that there is no way of reseting [max~ ] without losing some
samples (which could include a "peak").
Generally, i had many confusing problems while testing that one. Has anyone
else tried it??

I give up for now due to the lack of time
if anyone has another idea, please share! :-)

(By the way: there is another limitation i noticed in [bang~ ]: it won't go
faster than 1 bang every 64 samples, even if the block size is set under

thanks again


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