[PD] Delay circuit feedback DSP error-- only when signal path leaves abstraction
williamahuston at gmail.com
Tue Feb 25 11:36:20 CET 2020
First abstraction, simple stereo delay: 2 delay lines, variable feedback
This *works*, no DSP loop error.
Second abstraction contains an effect in the feedback path. (in my simple
example, it's just a null wire: In-L passes to Out-L, etc). Again this
*works*, no DSP error.
Third patch is like the second, only the effect has been moved out of the
abstraction, and into the parent patch. ONLY HERE do I get the DSP loop
*The point is the last two patches have (or should have) an identical
It really seems like a bug to me.
I'll upload a test patch a little later.
On Tue, Feb 25, 2020, 5:22 AM Dan Wilcox <danomatika at gmail.com> wrote:
> As the error says, you shouldn't create a direct feedback loop with signal
> I usually use [throw~] and [catch~] for send/receive busses via the rjlib
> [c_bus], [c_tobus], & [c_frombus] wrappers: https://github.com/rjdj/rjlib
> Additionally, I've made stereo versions ([c_bus2], [c_tobus2],
> [c_frombus2]) in my own rc-patches:
> I suppose we are introducing (tiny) relays with every step, but in
> practice I have never perceived it. Then again, most of what I do does not
> relay on "sub-2ms" latency. For a large project at work, we have a signal
> path with 64 channels using throw~/catch~ like: input/soundfile channel ->
> spatialization -> virtual speaker -> output.
> On Feb 25, 2020, at 9:50 AM, pd-list-request at lists.iem.at wrote:
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> Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2020 03:50:18 -0500
> From: William Huston <williamahuston at gmail.com>
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> leaves abstraction
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> Hi, I've built a classic stereo delay using [delwrite~] and [vd~], and L/R
> crossed feedback. This works!
> Now, I want to insert an effect into the feedback path. (many possibilities
> here: add some bitcrush, so each repeat gradually becomes more
> distorted.... or a [hilbert~] type pitch shift, which might create
> something like Shepard tones, etc).
> *This works when everything is within a single patch or abstraction. *
> However, when I try to allow the effect to be external to the abstraction
> (like a SEND/RETURN insert on a mixer), when I try to complete the circuit,
> I get "DSP loop detected".
> Dan Wilcox
> @danomatika <http://twitter.com/danomatika>
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