[PD] Sigmund~ parameters

Alexandros Drymonitis adrcki at gmail.com
Wed Mar 12 21:02:17 CET 2014

Haven't tried [sigmund~], but [fiddle~] and [helmholtz~] (the latter by
Katja Vetter) and I found [both fine but [helmholtz~] a bit better for my
taste. I think it's a bit more responsive. What if you combine this with
[env~] for example and this way you get pitch and amplitude...

On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 9:42 PM, Benoît Fortier <benoitfortier at yahoo.ca>wrote:

> Dear list,
> I've been working on a patch for quite a few months now which involves
> pitch tracking. I've explored many possible solutions, considering the pros
> and cons of every approach, made different tests, etc. I've also done a
> lot of reading (help files, forums, etc), but I couldn't find satisfying
> answers to all my questions. I am now in front of 4 or 5 different
> approach, each of which requires to do a certain number of compromise at
> different level. My feeling is that I am now at the point where I could
> possibly eliminate some of those compromise with your help.
> I have a lot of questions, but I'll start with one regarding Sigmund's
> notes parameters. I've done a lot of tests, changing one parameter at a
> time. I found that only the stable time and vibrato parameters seems to be
> affecting the output the way it should. The other parameters - growth and
> minpower - doesn't seem to be working the way it's described in the help
> file. Am I the only person who noticed that? When I looked in the list
> archives, I found someone else mentioning this issue but nobody replied
> (and i lost the link to the thread).
> I'm using my patch to track the pitch of a violin. What I'm trying to do
> is to convert the pitch of the violon into the most accurate "note on"
> message possible (with midi note and velocity). I need this patch to be as
> responsive as possible but also with as few insignificant output as
> possible.
> Thanks for your help!
> Benoît Fortier
> 581 995-5622
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