• gn

    Thank you for humoring my digression.

    This works way better. I knew that my patch was playing each waveset for the same amount of time rather than for the length of the waveset. I wasn't sure how to address it, but it works way better using vline~.

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  • gn

    @manuels I made this patch to try to work with wavesets on a recorded sound. It find zero crossings and store their locations in an array. It doesn't quite sound to me like what I heard in Tongues of Fire, but maybe a step in that direction:
    waveset-experiments.pd

    I read that Wishart used CDP to work with wavesets. Have you used it before?

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  • gn

    I am glad you posted. I had never heard of wavesets or Trevor Wishart before. I looked at his site a little and it said he had used waveset distortion in a few compositions (This is a link to one https://icrdistribution.bandcamp.com/track/tongues-of-fire), but I don't know if he used the same technique you did here. I will definitely be looking into wavesets and Wishart more.

    I made a patch using a similar idea about a month ago: GeneralizedPWM.pd

    I was thinking of it as applying the analogous process of pulse width modulation to a sine wave.

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  • gn

    @gn embedding the video did not work. Here is a link:

    How do I embed a video in a post?

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  • gn

    I have been spending 15 minutes to an hour each night making a patch. Here is one I made on Halloween. By the way, is it more appropriate to post something like this in patch~ or output~?

    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/drcgs9ER4Ms" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
    

    DAY10.31.pd

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  • gn

    When you use the bipolar wave form you are modulating twice as fast as when you use the unipolar wave. sin(x) starts at zero and crosses 0 halfway through its period, but the unipolar (sin(x)+1)/2 only reaches zero once during its period. When you use the bipolar wave you are probably hearing both the frequency of the carrier and twice that frequency.

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  • gn

    Here is a patch I made about a year ago that generates drones: generativeDrone.pd

    I would love hear from anyone working on anything similar to this!
    generative_drone_100620.mp3

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