[PD] New version of freeverb~ with alternate output option.

William Huston williamahuston at gmail.com
Tue May 10 06:09:34 CEST 2016

Fred Jan, are you the author of Freeverb?

I have built a "ducking reverb". It's a lot of fun to play with.
I basically send note-on, note-off events
and modulate the "wet" parameter, with a large room size.

Eg., a note-on will trigger Wet to go to Attack_Val
(Usually a low Wet setting) in Attack_ms time.

Then a note-off will trigger sending Wet to Release_Val
(Usually a larger Wet setting) in Release_ms time.

The only problem is, the message changes occur
 at control-rate, so I'm getting clicking.

My question is, is there any advantage or difference
in doing my Wet/Dry mixing internal to [Freeverb~]?

...as opposed setting freeverb to 0% dry and 100% wet
and mixing externally?

Of course I can get signal-rate mixing by using [line~]
if I do this externally.


On Mon, May 9, 2016 at 3:28 PM, Fred Jan Kraan <fjkraan at xs4all.nl> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I just completed the upload of an updated version 1.2.2 of freeverb~ to
> puredata.info, and it is available via deken for the usual platforms.
> This version of Freeverb~ has three enhancements:
> - placed the fix_denorm_nan_float() function is the signal path,
> - added an alternate output that is closer to reality (in theory anyway),
> - restyled the help patch and fixed the missing wav file.
> The github repository is at https://github.com/electrickery/pd-freeverb.
> I am looking forward to any comments regarding the alternate output
> feature.
> Greetings & have fun,
> Fred Jan
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