[PD] moog~ in pure pd?

Billy Stiltner billy.stiltner at gmail.com
Tue Oct 15 14:13:31 CEST 2013

martin, I have not tried the moog but did use one of your abstractions
using the fexpr~ as a starting point to build the original dsp cookbook
filters(frequency thats where its happenin man) , I had been wanting to
hear them in realtime since 1998 or so. I'm not sure I have them in there
correct as they are over resonant but make a nice oscillator for  drums if
properly limited.

On Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 5:33 AM, martin brinkmann
<mnb at martin-brinkmann.de>wrote:

> On 10/11/2013 08:32 AM, Dan Wilcox wrote:
> > [vcf~] sounds close, but of course, it's a band pass so it's not a real
> replacement.
> the undocumented 2nd output of vcf~ is a lowpass. and there are a few
> methods to build the basic (cookbook) filters with pd-vanilla-objects:
> you could use fexpr~ to make your own signal-rate biquad. it works very
> well, but needs a lot more cpu than necessary. or you could use
> cpole~/czero~. like in the beequad-abstractions. i have used the same
> method in all my filters, with signal-rate. (in my "instruments
> collection" on my homepage). of course this is still not exactly
> moog~. it should be possible though to make a moog-abstraction
> in the same way, but i have not tried (yet)...
> maybe anyone else has already?
> bis denn!
>         martin
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