Alexandre Torres Porres
porres at gmail.com
Sat May 25 22:32:44 CEST 2013
sounds interesting, where is it?
2013/2/14 Simon Iten <itensimon at gmail.com>
> hi phil,
> what are you trying to do? do you need midi from your electric bass? or
> just a way to make a synth in pd?
> i ask because i built a gr-300 emulation for bass that works very well and
> with almost no latency. you can drive any oscillator within pd from that.
> it's all signalpath though.
> ideally you would use such a thing with a hexaphonic (or quadraphonic)
> pickup, because it's monophonic. but the same is true for helmholtz i guess.
> On Feb 14, 2013, at 1:24 AM, Phil Stone <pkstone at ucdavis.edu> wrote:
> > Hi Katja,
> > I'm looking with great interest at your [helmholtz~] pitch tracking
> object. I'm not asking to be lazy (I'm going to try it out for myself!),
> but I'm wondering if you have any general impressions of its performance as
> to how it compares with [sigmund~]. I'm particularly interested as to how
> it will do for tracking a fretless electric bass.
> > It looks like an excellent piece of work, and I've enjoyed reading your
> detailed page about it.
> > Phil Stone
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