This is the 'walkie-talkie' patch which appeared as part of the Review of Pluggo in the October 1999 issue of Electronic Musician.
James McCartney's List Operators compiled for Max4.2 on OSX. includes a few NEW externals! (and includes source code, as always)
The Phase Vocoder – Part II
In our last article about the phase vocoder we saw how to create a basic phase vocoder for time-stretching. While it is by no means a simple MSP patch, it is a useful one. In addition to time-stretching, the phase vocoder has been used for transposition and "freeze" effects, which we will be discussing in this article.
A Visit to the Seoul International Computer Music Festival
The Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF) is a yearly event sponsored by the Korean Electro-Acoustic Music Society (KEAMS). Richard Dudas gives us an in-depth look at the event.
The Phase Vocoder – Part I
The phase vocoder is a tool used to perform time-stretching and pitch-shifting on recorded sounds. Its name derives from the early "vocoders" (contraction from "voice encoders"), which used a set of bandpass filters in parallel over many frequency bands, to crudely analyze and reconstruct speech. In this article, Richard Dudas and Cort Lippe explain the workings of a phase-vocoder as well as how to construct and modify one in Max/MSP.