• dwan

    [vline~] can process different ramps inside of a block (whereas [line] and [line~] are bound to the block boundaries), and can even start and stop ramps in-between samples (cf. help file). So i guess that if you send the right message with the right succession of ramps, it's ok !

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  • dwan

    If you want to be very explicit (and almost pd-pedantic :) ), use [+~}.
    But really, no one (?) does this, and you can just connect each source directly to the filter which will take care of the adding process.

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  • dwan

    @greycat Well, it alls depends on what you want to achieve :

    • if you multiply [osc~] output with another signal [0;1], you make its amplitude vary between nothing and full amplitude

    • if you add [+~ -0.5] to a [phasor~], you basically remove the DC component of the ramp oscillator

    • if you multiply the output of two [osc~], you're doing Amplitude Modulation (AM)

    • if you add the output of two [osc~], you're doing additive synthesis

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  • dwan

    It's not a bug for me as long as the "right" way to do such a feedback path is mentioned in the documentation. [urn] has the same "issue" because the morphology of the patch (the feedback path) is the same as with [sel].

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  • dwan

    @whale-av said:

    @ketchupee1 like this.......... golf.pd
    It is all in the message order...... http://puredata.info/docs/manuals/pd/x2.htm

    Your patch does not give an output on each bang :)

    But your reference to the manual gives the solution that i used, and even a [del 0] would work !

    it is legal to make a loop if there is a "delay" object somewhere in it. When the "delay" receives a message it schedules a messsage for the future (even if the time delay is 0) and is then "finished;" Pd's internal scheduler will wake the delay back up later.

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  • dwan

    Insteresting. It works as intended if you put replace the retriggering bang with [del 1]. If nobody has a good explanation for this, that's worth a bug report on the list.
    tested with 0.48-1 and 0.49 on ubuntu.

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  • dwan

    You need to install the development version of alsa and jackd. Usually, if i'm not mistaken, it's something like libasound2-dev and libjack-jackd2-dev.

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  • dwan

    Could you provide a 48x48px version ?
    ;p

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  • dwan

    This kind of curve look A LOT like a resonant low-pass (for which you can easily find biquad parameters).

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