[svf~] frequency range

Nov 24, 2008 at 11:55am

[svf~] frequency range

good morning,

i am working on a filter feedback patch using [svf~], turning the filter resonance all the way up.

just listening to the results i found, that about the highest feedback frequency i could produce was around 8 or 9 KHz, now i am reading, that svf~ is capable of covering a max. frequency rate of 1/4 of the sample rate. my audio interface cannot work with more than 48 KHz, which would give me a max of 12KHz audible filter range.

Is there a way to internally “up-sample” the sample rate at the beginning of a signal chain to extend the frequency range of svf~? (i know, how to down-sample…)

thank you very much in advance.

jrp

#41024
Nov 24, 2008 at 2:57pm

a poly~ object can do upsampling. look into the “up” message to a poly~ object.

#145671
Nov 24, 2008 at 3:26pm

AAAAAHHH! more and more i tend to use poly~ objects rightaway now.

THANX A BUNCH!

jrp

#145672
Nov 24, 2008 at 3:27pm

Uhm.

Can [poly~] objects reside inside… [poly~] objects?

wo uh!

jrp

#145673
Nov 24, 2008 at 3:46pm

On 24 nov. 08, at 16:27, jayrope wrote:

> Can [poly~] objects reside inside… [poly~] objects?

They can!

p

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#145674
Nov 24, 2008 at 3:59pm

Yes. Poly~ inside poly~ inside pfft~ inside poly~… One of the beauties of
Max.
J-F.

> Uhm.
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> Can [poly~] objects reside inside… [poly~] objects?
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> wo uh!
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> jrp
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