[PD] sigmund~ constant noise problem
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Sun Jan 9 22:17:21 CET 2011
I always put a [env] to gate the sigmund data ouput. Whenever [env] gets
below a certains level (basically that of your noise), you use a [ > X] to
output a binary number (0 when it goes below X), which then controls a
[spigot], which blocks the data flowing from sigmund. The only tricky part
is to tune this to the right noise level.
2011/1/9 Lorenzo Sutton <lsutton at libero.it>
> Shaul Tzemach wrote:
>> I'm using sigmund~ to get sound input from microphone(with adc~), the data
>> is controling the movement of gem objects. But it seems that the sigmund~
>> respond to silence as well and react in a constant change of the data. Is
>> there a way to control this noise?
> Depends on the 'noise' and what is producing it. Ideally you should first
> of all try to achieve the best signal:noise ratio for the signal you want to
> use to feed sigmund~. After which you might try some sort of gating,
> depending on the source type (you talk about silence so you could look at
> e.g. at [threshold~] or [env~]) and application.
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