[PD] organizing waveshapers

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Mon Oct 25 19:44:33 CEST 2010

A good place to start would be to detect zero-crossing.  I believe  
rjlib has some simple zero crossing detectors.  Then you can use some  
of the variable feature extraction libs to get stuff like pitch, and  
"pitchiness vs. noisiness".  Otherwise, I think you'll need to expand  
your explanation of what oyu are looking for.


On Oct 16, 2010, at 12:12 AM, ronni montoya wrote:

> Hi , im sonyfing some data converting it to  waveforms that im using
> as waveshapers.
> I was wondering how could i organize those waveshapers . how can i
> analyze a waveform to extract features that can be used for selecting
> each waveshaper or for organizing them?
> Are there are any approaches for something like this?
> thanks
> R
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