is there a way to have a sonogram in a patch?
I would say, use fft~ to get the spectrum of the sound, get the spectrum amplitude using cartopol~, and catch the signal as Jitter matrix thanks to jit.catch~
theres a guy called Jean-Francois Charles who has made abstractions that does this sort of thing –
there should be some of his work accessible on the web somewhere
jit.bfg is worth a look, there may be a way to do something like what you’re envisioning. at the very least there will be some interesting things for you to mess with :)
Yes, you’ll find patches on this cycling74 page:
For what you’re looking for, you might use as starting points the patches called "1-freeze-frame" and "2-stochastic-freeze-8frames"
thank you all very much! the closest thing (visually) to what I want to do was from Jean-Francois Charles patch "3-record-play-speed-control" with the number of frames set to 1. I just don’t know now if I have to use jit.peek to create the vertical blur like the attached image, or if there is another easier way, because i don’t see any tutorials for jit.peek..
To have a blur, I guess you would use more frames than 1, and you could use a jitter object (filter) to blur the image.
Or with 1 frame, you could use a temporal blurring, maybe something like [jit.slide].
from tutorial 14 i used the interpolation to smooth pixelation and with more frames now it looks just like i wanted, thank you very much for your help and your patches!