[PD] test audio signals: Are there <~ and >~ objects?
giuliomoro at yahoo.it
Mon Feb 6 14:40:26 CET 2017
A solution is available in Enzien's heavylib https://github.com/enzienaudio/heavylib , it involves some [min] and [clip -1e-37 0] . No [expr~], so it is also fully heavy-compatible (as you would expect).Giulio
From: cyrille henry <ch at chnry.net>
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Sent: Monday, 6 February 2017, 13:11
Subject: Re: [PD] test audio signals: Are there <~ and >~ objects?
Le 06/02/2017 à 14:00, Peter P. a écrit :
> * IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> [2017-02-06 07:45]:
>> On 2017-02-06 13:34, Peter P. wrote:
>>> Hi list,
>>> this seems to be easy but I can't figure it out:
>>> How can I test an audio signal to lie within a certain range, or just if
>>> it is bigger or smaller than a reference value, and receive the result
>>> as an audio signal as well? Are there <~ an >~ objects or equivalents?
>> - [expr~ $v1>0.5]
>> - zexy's [>~]
>> - iirc cyclone provides them too
> Thanks IOhannes and Roman! Funny there are no internal objects for this.
for a vanilla only solution, you can use tabread~ with a 2 point table...
> best, P
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