[PD] "good" phasor~ in B16.long-varispeed.pd not looping?

William Huston williamahuston at gmail.com
Mon Jan 6 00:05:24 CET 2020


I think what I meant to say, is that it seems to me
the particular style of bitcrush which happens
when reading into a large array using [tabread4~],
depending the exact depth into the array, has a nice
crunchy sound I haven't heard replicated using other

I wish I could have that in an abstraction, where I can dial-in
that sound. Like, the "20 min crush" (reading 20 minutes into
an array at 44.1khz) has a different quality than a "40 minute crush".

I would be neat to have that in a guitar pedal.
Because nobody outside the PD community
would even understand the units. :)

BTW... Off topic...
I been thinking about trying to build a real-time
sound mangler / beat slicer thing... So I've been
studying Katja's Instant Decomposer, and went looking
for an example of the famous Jonny Greenwood
stutter patch... and I found this, a really excellent
virtuoso cover:

(amazing Telecaster tone)


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On Sun, Jan 5, 2020 at 10:14 AM Adenosina Tri Phosfato <porres at gmail.com>

> Em sáb., 4 de jan. de 2020 às 12:24, William Huston <
> williamahuston at gmail.com> escreveu:
>> Funny, I have grown to like the "bitcrush" style distortion
>> from using the existing single-precision method.
> but you can do bitcrush and reduce resolution from 64bits as well, right?
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