Jan 28, 2006 at 2:47am
I have a series of 8 faders in a subpatch that take the original frequency (mtof object sends the freq from the main patch) and will create up to 8 new frequencies (all sine waves) based upon it. I’ve set up a way to set all 8 values in a list and then bang them into action. For each fader I’ll have an integer one, a float one, and another float one that is based on chromatic half-steps…
I’m using a controller…
(BTW it is only about $200 ;)
So, under the main patch, there’s a subpatch that does the harmonics (based on the main freq). Each fader would be controlled by the fader, and three knobs will control the freq multiplier params.
Also, each fader will have LFO’s attached at the bottom. Too many features…… ? I just add all the signals together before I send it back out to the main patch.
The patch isn’t done yet, still tweaking. But it’s a nice idea…. The leftmost fader works the way I want it, at least right now. (The *really* leftmost one is the main frequency, controllable within the patch too.) But the rest of the 8 need to be created………..
Thanks for the interest!
Jan 28, 2006 at 3:22am
Interesting, not quite what i was expecting though (i thought you were taking a recording of a sound and adding harmonics to it) However i think this kind of patch is a perfect candidate for some pattrstorage / autopattr preset-morphing fun and games.
best of luck,
Jan 31, 2006 at 7:49am
>i thought you were taking a recording of a sound and adding harmonics to it)
..a sampler based version just could use fiddle or similar to detect the sound pitch..couldn’t it..
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