I mean this:
Here I've just filtered a loop of the sampled voice of my father until obtaining a violin effect.
The filters were mainly Corpus and Resonators (in Ableton): Corpus filters a sample to "extract" an instrumental timbre; while Resonators controls the pitch of the obtained timber.
(At that point - and only at that point - I've used this violin-like sound as a virtual instrument via MIDI with my keyboard, but I don't need it now.)
Simply I'd like to know which combinations of PD filters could replace Ableton's Corpus and Resonators as I decribed them.
I try to transform a few seconds loop of a speech into the sound of a sort of violin tuned on a single frequency.
Now... I came from Ableton and this is my chain:
- the looped sample
- CORPUS (fundamental to obtain the "strings" efx)
- Resonators (to control the precise note/freq I want)
I'd like to use PD instead of a commercial sw, but I don't know which objects match for me.
Could you help me, please?
Hi guys, here the problem:
I'm doing a little patch to load a video-file with its audio track.
THE VIDEO is a 8' long Photo-JPEG file @24fps, 1,3GB.
THE AUDIO is a 44,1kHz PCM AIFF.
I've used [readsf~] -'cause the 8' long audio-, and [pix_film], and [gemwin 24].
The [auto $1( message put the 24fps video out of sync with its audio, but I've substituted it with [metro 41.7] -for the 24fps- and now the video is in sync (more or less).
All seems fine BUT... continuous clipping signals in audio track!
Is the video track too heavy?
Please, help me guys.
Essentially I'm looking for a notebook that is able to manage Ubuntu with pd-extended and musescore. pd-extended and mainly GAM library need opengl, so the notebook must have a graphic card with opengl possibility. Have I to look for Nvidia or an Intel integrated is sufficient? Do you know any laptop cheap model of notebook (REALLY cheap) that runs Ubuntu 11 (and opengl) flawlessly?
[phasor~] outputs a ramp of values from 0 to 1 in a gives freq.
Let's say that I stop [phasor~]'s ramp just in the middle: 0.5
My problem is that if now I want to restart [phasor~], it starts from 0.5 and not from 0.
Is there a way to "reset" [phasor~] to have a new ramp?