restart osc

Jan 28, 2008 at 4:36pm

restart osc

Hello,

I’m using a cycle~ as lfo to auto-navigate in jitter 3D scene.
the [cycle~] is connected to a [snapshot~] which gives the parameter to jitter objects (such as “position x y z”)

Sometimes I want to cut the lfo by stopping [snapshot~], to navigate by hand.

The problem starts when I “relaunch” the lfo : it never restarts from its beginning unless I stop then restart the (ezdac) audio.

Is there a way to set a [cycle~] to restart from 0. (assuming the waveform is a sinus) ?

Thank you.

#35555
Jan 28, 2008 at 4:59pm

On 28 janv. 08, at 17:36, Derrick Giscloux wrote:

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> Is there a way to set a [cycle~] to restart from 0. (assuming the
> waveform is a sinus) ?

A 0 sent to its right inlet.

p

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#121330
Jan 28, 2008 at 5:31pm

If you control the phase of [cycle~] via the right inlet from
[phasor~] you can restart it from 0 (or anywhere else) by resetting
the phase of [phasor~]. To turn it off to allow manual control,
simply gate the output.

On Jan 28, 2008, at 9:36 AM, Derrick Giscloux wrote:

> I’m using a cycle~ as lfo to auto-navigate in jitter 3D scene.
> the [cycle~] is connected to a [snapshot~] which gives the
> parameter to jitter objects (such as “position x y z”)
>
> Sometimes I want to cut the lfo by stopping [snapshot~], to
> navigate by hand.
>
> The problem starts when I “relaunch” the lfo : it never restarts
> from its beginning unless I stop then restart the (ezdac) audio.
>
> Is there a way to set a [cycle~] to restart from 0. (assuming the
> waveform is a sinus) ?

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#121331
Jan 28, 2008 at 7:04pm

thank you so much smill.

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