• Seán

    I'm looking to make (or modify an existing) a simple 3 band EQ - High Pass, Band Pass with adjustable freq and Q and Low Pass. I've trawled around looking at old posts.

    Is there a problem with simply dividing an audio source into three and using [hip~], [vcf~], [lop~]? Will that cause complicated phase issues (that I only dimly understand)?

    Does such a patch already exist? I'm a strictly vanilla user.

    Thanking you all in advance for any tips.

    Seán

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  • Seán

    @whale-av Thanks for your reply - four months later I'm finally getting around to this.

    I'm thinking of an effect like the Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay pedal. I used fiddle to detect note onset (maybe threshold is cheaper CPU-wise though?).

    This patch can get me some of the way to making a piano swell etc. If anyone has anything to add, I'm all ears!

    Thanks,
    Seán

    attack denyer.pd

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  • Seán

    You're welcome!
    The iPad version looks like this:

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  • Seán

    A six-tap delay with independent control (per tap) of feedback, delay time, pitch, direction, and filter frequency. Loosely based on Rainmaker eurorack module by Intellijel, but I soon deviated to my own musical preferences. Enjoy!

    spiritditch_studio.pd

    Github link for version for iPad mini running MobMuPlat

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  • Seán

    I'm looking to live process a piano (for instance) and being able to change the attack time of each note. I'm not expecting to be able to do this without latency or delay. No idea where to start though, all the envelope shaping information I can find relates to synthesis and not real time mic input.
    I'm a strictly vanilla user!

    Thanks,
    Seán

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  • Seán

    @Balwyn That's super, works perfectly (and looks real pretty too!). I appreciate the help, I would have spent years trying to work that out.

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  • Seán

    Thanks for that Balwyn,
    Yes this works perfectly and I don't need to know which toggles were on only that they are all off. However in "real life" I need a version with nine toggles. So I expanded your example (perhaps incorrectly!) and it doesn't work consistently with nine.
    Any idea why?
    ninetoggles.pd

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  • Seán

    This little thing is evading me:
    If I have three toggles how do I calculate if each and all of them are turned off?
    I thought [int] would do it, but no!
    threenumbersintoone.jpg

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  • Seán

    Turns out the out of memory error was trying to tell me something after all. Once I fixed the resize issue the whole patch works - thanks a million.

    I'll share it here if it's helpful for anyone: a sound-on-sound looper with adjustable loop length and the ability to pause loop to restart it from beginning of the table.

    Seán.
    monoloop4.pd

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  • Seán

    Oops, yes you're right, I got the maths wrong with the resizing! The toggle isn't supposed to clear the loop as I need to be able stop loops and restart the extant loop. The mystery for me I think is why [tabwrite~] doesn't write fully into the table.
    Thanks!

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