[PD] spring modeling/scanned synthesis

Alexandre Torres Porres porres at gmail.com
Tue Feb 20 17:10:10 CET 2024

Em sáb., 17 de fev. de 2024 às 07:01, cyrille henry <ch at chnry.net> escreveu:

> if you put 1 mass and 1 spring, you have a 1st order filter.

hmm, ok

> if you put two 1st order filter one after the other, you have one 2nd
> order filter.

So this means that the information that you can have a 2nd order filter
like Ringz from SC is not really "the same" as Spring, the comparison is
very crude, so it seems, and I thought so...

> scann synth was propose when a 100 masses simulation need too much CPU to
> be computed in real time at audio rate. So the shape of the string was only
> computed at data rate.
> if you use audio object, then it's not scanned synthesis. it's just PM
> audio simulation.
> So, your just mixing multiple things here, and I hardly understand this
> discussion.

hmmm, yeah, I guess they are not "properly" implementing it in SC, just
finding a way to do it with their resources that comes as close as it is

Well, I'm not sure if it's worth porting SC's Spring into ELSE, they are
not being able to say what it is useful for in their forum... but I ported
the bouncing ball and it seems something way more fun to play with.

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