• raynovich

    I have been scouring the forum. Just to confirm: there is no easy way to do a phase shift with sinesum. Right. One could make a patch that could do a phase shift of a certain partials and then combine the two or three or more arrays, though.

    Correct?

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    Good points

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    Thank you all for the thoughts!

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    @ddw_music Yeah I got that much. I am just commenting.

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    @bocanegra Thank you for the link. It does seem to me to be an early version of "granular synthesis."

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    @jameslo Sorry for the confusion. I am not the well-versed in the language to be clear. When doing audio processing, a few milliseconds error can cause a digital click. I was worried that the digital processing would be compromised. As I am looking into granular synthesis, it is a bit overwhelming figuring out how to make granular synthesis work without creating lots of problems.

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    Thanks all for what you did. This has become a concern of mine as I look more and more into granular synthesis and sound design. As you all know, a digital click can so easily be created in a patch. Given this little discrepancy, I am a bit surprised digital clicks do not happen more often.

    I am though wondering if the sound design delays are not impacted by this because of the constant flow of sound from a delay line?

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    Hello again,
    I am looking ast G09.pitchshift.pd and am failing to see the exact differences between this and granular synthesis. Is it merely an implementation of granular synthesis?

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    Hey all,
    I bet there is some thread on this. I was looking at realtime object and wanted to test the delay object. It seems to be off be a few milliseconds. Is this unavoidable? is this related to the blocks that are sent?

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    @obineg Good point. Though, I think for "just" pitch detection it seems to be ok. I could be wrong, but as I am looking at the files it seems to work.

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    Thanks all. @obineg and @whale-av.

    If I just want to get the fundamental pitch, I thinking pitch shifting the audio before checking will work. Any thoughts on that? As opposed to downsampling. Is one more efficient than the other?

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    Ah, I think that is making sense.

    Looking up downsampling.

    The downsampling is working.

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    So, I am wanting to detect a low frequency below 40 hertz. sigmund~ does not seem to detect frequencies below 40. I am at a loss as to why this might be.

    To get around this I am using a simple granular patch that pitch shifts the audio up two octaves. Seems to work. But any thoughts on why this might be?

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    Ah, yes, thank you!!!!

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    Hello all,
    So, I made an object that I would like to use to write soundfiles using writesf~. However, the files are saved in my library of saved patches. I was trying to direct the file to the proper folder but cannot figure out how to do that.

    So, if my patch is in:

    users/nameofuser/Folder1/PDpatch.pd

    But the saved patch is in:

    users/nameofuser/Documents/pd/externals/special

    Can I put a path to get the file to save in Folder1?

    open ????/nameofaudiofile

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    Yes, There are at least two "counters." I had to designate the counter from cyclone.

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    Hello,
    I am trying the same thing. Is it related to the fact that they are Darwin objects? Or something of that issue. I can get some of the objects working, but a number of them I cannot.

    Help?

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    Got it. I did come up with another way to do it that seems a bit more elegant.

    Using regex with getting the 3rd variable from the second outlet gets the same information.

    And no error.

    I probable could clean up this patch, anyway. But for now, it is working.

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  • raynovich

    I am not being clear in my question. Sorry.

    If one replaces a "standard" object from another "popular" library, should one delete the other object? Or should one change the name of YOUR object to be modified? Or should one keep both but make yours the "primary" object?

    I hope this makes sense.

    For instance, if I find or make a "better" symbol2list object, I should delete the old object and put the better one in the zexy folder. If I do that, though, if I send the path to another then I have to send my own zexy folder, which seems problematic.

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    Oh of course just trying to get "good practice" feedback. :)

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