[PD] Audio delay by symples (for comb filter)
williamahuston at gmail.com
Mon Jan 27 19:22:18 CET 2020
I have built a comb filter (actually a flanger) using
a combo of [delwrite~ foo] and a series of [vd~ foo]s
using an LFO which is phase-displaced across the different [vd~]s.
Can anyone tell me what is the best resolution I can get
with this combo? It it less than a per-sample resolution?
Can I build this system using something other than [vd~]
to get better resolution?
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On Mon, Jan 27, 2020 at 5:30 AM info at hansroels.be <info at hansroels.be> wrote:
> I also needed a delay in samples and so I made an abstraction in Pd
> vanilla, delaying a signal with x number of samples; for example a one
> sample delay is [delaysam 1]
> I think this is the correct way of doing this without needing externals...
> On 1/25/20 9:16 PM, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote:
> cyclone/delay~ and else/ffdelay~ also allow for delay lines defined in
> samples (or ms)
> but this can also be done in vanilla like people said (though somewhat
> Em sáb., 25 de jan. de 2020 às 15:33, Ingo <ingo at miamiwave.com> escreveu:
>> Thanks guys!
>> [zexy/z~] looks exactly like what I'm looking for!
>> > you can just use [delwrite~] + [delread~], but you have to make sure
>> > they are scheduled in the right order, see "G05.execution.order.pd" in
>> > "doc/3.audio.examples". Also, you have to convert from samples to
>> > milliseconds.
>> > For convenience, I often use [z~] from zexy, which is a delay line in a
>> > single
>> > object, with the delay time given in samples.
>> > Christof
>> > > Hi everybody!
>> > >
>> > > I'm planning on delaying a bandpass filter by samples to create a comb
>> > > filter effect.
>> > > Is this possible or can it be done only by audio blocks?
>> > >
>> > > If it is possible which object(s) would I use?
>> > >
>> > > Thanks
>> > > Ingo
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