MSP audio CLICKS again – on fast sequencing (not in loopmode)

Jan 24, 2012 at 1:42am

MSP audio CLICKS again – on fast sequencing (not in loopmode)

Hi,

its an old issue and you find many postings, but none of the solutions works for my purpose. the grooveduck example is perfect for loops, but i do not get it working well with triggered playback. [trapezoid] is too slow i think, and line~ well, i just don´t get it done.

the problem is bass tones, especially fast kick drums. when the same sample buffer is triggered a second time, before the first hit playback has cometo en end, it clicks. i tried fading down to zero before triggering again, but it is not really solid.

please take some time to help (and please max5 patches only).

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#61422
Jan 24, 2012 at 8:51am

Take a gander over at this thread:

http://cycling74.com/forums/topic.php?id=37658

(there’s some max6 stuff in the hanning/hamming buffer filling but even without that it works well).

#221556
Jan 24, 2012 at 10:12am

i´m sure this is a rich patch, but from my level of knowledge it seems hard to isolate the parts contributing to the click-issue.

#221557
Jan 24, 2012 at 10:30am

If you look at a couple of the patches along the way it will be easier to understand. Theres even a good version using trapezoid in there. The problem with trapezoid is that it’s relative to sample size, so on long files its a fade rather than a declick.

The last few versions that Peter posted you can see some math used to figure out an absolute trapezoid fade which sounds great. If you just remove wave~ it ill work in max5.

#221558
Jan 24, 2012 at 10:33am

You can also wrap it in a poly so rather than retriggering the same sound (which will be a problem for longer sounds anyways, like cymbals or 808 kicks etc…) you are triggering a second sound. Basically making it polyphonic.

The tutorial (in the help) on poly is pretty easy to get your head around and would do just that.

#221559

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