[PD] [min~] [max~] [closest2zero~??]
ch at chnry.net
Sun Aug 1 22:07:54 CEST 2010
you should be able to do this with expr~
Le 01/08/2010 21:51, Funs Seelen a écrit :
> Has anyone ever found a trick or built an object to use the value
> closest to zero like [min~] does for lowest and [max~] for highest?
> Something like (for two signalvalues (f and g)):
> if (f > 0, g > 0)
> use [min~]
> if (f < 0, g < 0)
> use [max~]
> set signal to 0, or value = (f + g) / 2, or some better idea one
> could think of..
> I was trying to shape waves out of combined functions (in this case
> tangent en cotangent
> Infinity doesn't sound so nice ;-).
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