I’m designing a patch in which the length of the waveform~ display changes according to the speed of the groove~’s playback. I’m using a float connected to the sig~ object, as standard, to manipulate the playback speed, but I can not figure out how to use the expr object in a manner which works for me!
I basically want to say, for example:
When playback = 1, no change;
When playback = 0.5, *2;
When playback = 2, /2.
I want it to be adjustable to all numbers, not just to the above ones.
I know that it’s not too difficult but my math skills are poor!
Thanks : )
[expr 1/$f1] ?
Math skills might be poor, but this is a classic example of a GOOD way to post a forum query!
Thanks very much guys! I can’t believe I couldn’t figure this out!
see also [gizmo~] so you can decide how much (if any) you want the pitch to change when you change the [sig~] rate…another dimension to play with…
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