| [values from 2000->20000]
it's like the sound of putting a t-shirt over your head in the shower times 1000.
I don't get it.
Furthermore, I don't get why you're putting [noise~] into an [osc~] or why playing with the amplitude of noise like so is creating the sound it does...
for christmas, I would like to know the answer.
ha ha, it's not very scientific. but anyway...
[noise~] outputs a random value between -1 and 1 every sample.
we then multiply the output of [noise~] by a number between 2000 and 20000
this means that going into the frequency control of the [osc~] object will be a signal between -2000 and 2000 at the lowest setting, and -20000 and 20000 at the highest setting.
sending negative frequencies into [osc~] is just the same as positive ones, but the oscillator wave flows in the opposite direction.
so, every sample, we are changing the frequency of the [osc~] oscillator. if we only oscillate at frequencies between -2000 and 2000, then the maximum frequency output will be 2000hz. however if we ramp it right up to 20000, then the oscillator will oscillate at higher frequencies.
it still sounds like noise though, because the frequency of [osc~] is changing so rapidly that there is barely any periodic content in the output waveform.
I'm wondering, how can i get this ~ value and turn it into controller values? so I can use osc~ as lfos?
so I postulate that this is the sound when pulling your head out of a turtleneck sweater in a series of tuned shower stalls that your ears independently teleport between.
any technology distinguishable from magic
is insufficiently advanced.
sounds like an underwater sea castle burning down.
Can one explain the samplehold object? the help file didn't really do it for me
Thank you. I had great fun playing around with that and now understand it fully! It's a great way of embedding noise into the signal (by feeding noise~ into samphold) rather than simply layering noise on top.
Hi Hardoff !
I am a noob to Pd but i had great fun in playing my samples with your a-gig-in-tokyo patch. Many many thanks!!!
As i am -currently- more into music and less in programming i wondered if it would be possible to upload a new version of a-gig-in-tokyo patch that allows me to send the two audio signals separetely into ableton live using Jack.
That would be awesome!
No obligation of course.
ken:sei un cazzone!
AlbertoZ: tu sei un grande!!
As mentioned to hardoff; i enjoyed his patch very very much.
I opened PD, then Jack and then Live.
(if you guys need info how to route the signal then just let me know).
It rocks like hell
Getting both signals in seperately into live would be even better, and maybe hardoff is going to work it out.
I am looking forward!
Thx already for yr generosity!
the ability to control the volume of the all the different effects would be most welcome as well.
It like writing to Santa Claus )
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