[PD] bang on phasor~ wrap
José de Abreu
abreubacelar at gmail.com
Mon Mar 4 12:54:29 CET 2019
Em Seg, 4 de mar de 2019 08:50, José de Abreu <abreubacelar at gmail.com>
> claude pointed the discussion that has an amazing easy way.
> instead of trying to get a bang from phasor someway, you can create a
> phasor with bangs
> [metro x]
> [0, 1 x (
> where x is freq/samprate,
ops 1000/freq, wrong formula, sorry
you could calculate it and send it to metro and through a [f ] banged by
> the metro to a [0, 1 $1(
> pros: easy way to access the bangs with exactly time
> cons: -it is impossible (not impossible, i propose a hard solution after)
> to change the frequency while ramp is going, you can only change it for the
> next ramp. This makes low frequencies annoying to control this way.
> -one possible way to overcome this problem is using some doppler delay
> line after the ramp while recalculating mannualy where the next bang should
> be, and when that arrives we start the metro and reset the doppler. Just
> forget this, but would be an idea.
> Em Seg, 4 de mar de 2019 06:45, Lorenzo Sutton <lorenzofsutton at gmail.com>
>> On 02/03/19 14:20, Orm Finnendahl wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > is there some easy way in vanilla pd to get a bang on each phasor~
>> > wraparound which doesn't involve polling with snapshot~?
>> > Something like samphold~, but outputting bangs instead of signals.
>> Curiosity: What's your use case?
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