[PD] How can I weave multiple signals together?
ratulloch at gmail.com
Tue Mar 26 01:08:15 CET 2019
I expect some-type of delay because of processing but each of the 3 signals
will be generated using OSC~ (See patch or included image with original
message showing possible logic). I guess you could look at it as taking
in audio from 3 microphones and processing the sound on each mic then
outputting it back to the dac, but the processing is the big piece I'm
missing :-) .
It can be done multiple ways using arrays and programming
or https://stackoverflow.com/questions/10316304/interweaving-vectors .
Just not sure how to do it in Pd.
On Mon, Mar 25, 2019 at 7:16 PM Peter P. <peterparker at fastmail.com> wrote:
> * RT <ratulloch at gmail.com> [2019-03-25 18:57]:
> > I have a Pd patch with 3 separate signals and I want to sequentially
> > the signals together so instead of having three separate signals I
> create 1
> > large signal that is created by weaving 3 signals together.
> > Example: (note: the commas are just used as separators and I used
> > numbers, and symbols to help differentiate the signals)
> > *signal_1 array* is *A,B,C,D,E*
> > *signal_2 array * is *1,2,3,4,5*
> > *signal_3 array * is *@,#,%,&,(*
> > The completed weaved signal to playback would look like this
> > *A,1,@,B,2,#,C,3,%,D,4,&,E,5,(*
> > I've attached an image along with the Pd file that I hope helps explains
> > this.
> Without having the time to look at your patch, let me ask briefly if you
> expect this to work with realtime and hence unlimited length signals?
> Thank you!
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