@Ale-H-H asked .......
"What is the maximun frequency resolution for sine waves? 64 bytes?, the guy that made nanotonality said that picotonality would need 256 BITS, but that is only 32 bytes... you said that pd extended was 32 bit... is there a way to have 64 byte resolution sine waves?!"
The author explains the principle here....... http://home.hku.nl/~pieter.suurmond/CC/NANODEF
Not understanding absolutely the concepts, one thing caught my eye.....
...... that complex and interesting rhythms would arise, and that the listener might have to wait a long time for the pattern to develop.
So........ nano.pd in (obviously) 32-bit extended
The sine waves should beat every 317,079,919.8376459 years, and seem to be on their way when I watch the terminal window, but I get bored easily and thought maybe someone else might verify this for me. I probably should have chosen 440Hz as 1K is pretty horrible.