[PD] Re : Re: Is Pd clip the audio output?
Jaime Oliver La Rosa
jaime.oliver2 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 19 18:43:02 CEST 2017
The OS seems to be doing the clipping. Windows and OSX don't seem to
clip while linux, at least with alsa, does.
On 10/19/2017 11:21 AM, Nicolas Danet wrote:
> Ok, thus if it there's a clipping it is "after" Pd (or at the I/O API level). Thanks for the confirmation.
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> De: Claude Heiland-Allen <claude at mathr.co.uk>
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> Objet: Re: [PD] Is Pd clip the audio output?
> On 19/10/17 15:56, Christof Ressi wrote:
>> -1 to 1 is the maximum range for floating point audio samples. there's nothing else you can do than clipping if you exceed that range.
> A simple test on Linux with JACK shows that Pd doesn't clip audio that
> exceeds -1 to 1:
> https://mathr.co.uk/tmp/jack-no-clip.png screenshot
> Other API may be different, and the driver may clip (or do other
> dynamics processing) before sending to the hardware.
>>> Von: "Nicolas Danet" <nicolas.danet at free.fr>
>>> In the "A02.amplitude.pd" example it is claimed that:
>>> "Amplitudes of audio signals can have any reasonable range, but when you output a signal via the dac~ object, the samples should range between -1 and +1. Values out of that range will be clipped."
>>> Is that still true in current version (Pd-0.48-0)?
> I tested with a less current version:
> $ pd -version
> Pd-0.47.1 ("") compiled for Debian (0.47.1-3) on 2016/11/28 at 20:56:10 UTC
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