august at alien.mur.at
Tue Oct 12 00:24:18 CEST 2010
> Hi August,
> thanks for the clarifications and the formula..
> only for comments; I like to force readanysf~ with
> high valors to the speed i mean 20 o 25 ( up of these valors crash the dsP:)
Cool. Abuse it, please. But, what do you mean by crashing dsp?
Ideally, readanysf~ shouldn't crash, ever. Please let me know if it
I'm not sure I understand you correctly. Does it crash PD all
together, or does it lock up your DSP? The later could happen if
your computer is too slow, I imagine.
And, just so you know, there is an upper and lower limit to how much
you can speed up or slow down a file.
It can be as high as 256 or as low as 1/256 .
> It generate interesting textures (with longer files)
> Did it some kind of time-stretching when its running with this high
> speeds ?? or something similar..
It simply uses libresample to resample the audio file.
So, yes, it "stretches" or "shrinks" the audio.
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