[PD] earplug~

Gilberto Agostinho gilbertohasnofb at googlemail.com
Mon Apr 20 21:40:54 CEST 2015

Hi all,

Inspired by IOhannes' answer, I manage to solve my problem and here is 
the result. Instead of doing some maths to compare two consecutive 
angles and find the shortest path between them, I simply used the 
following wrapping algorithm after the [line]:

     input angle
     [pack f 100]
     [line 0 1]
     [/ 360]
     [* 360]

This way, I am wrapping *after* the [line], so the result is exactly 
what [earplug~] expects to receive. There is still some zipper noise 
when the angle difference is too large in a small amount of time, but 
apparently this is caused by the object itself (the best I could do to 
improve this was to use 100ms when ramping to a new value), but the 
horrible click between 359.9 and 0 degrees is now gone.

Thanks to you all.

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