2up_svf~ for windows?


    Jun 17 2007 | 1:06 pm
    Does it exist?

    • Jun 17 2007 | 5:23 pm
    • Jun 17 2007 | 6:25 pm
      OS X UB version only. =/
    • Jun 18 2007 | 5:16 am
      On Jun 17, 2007, at 11:25 AM, steffensen wrote:
      > > OS X UB version only. =/
      Sorry, I don't have a Windows machine now. The object is open source though. If you grab the source from me and find a developer to help you, it should only take him or her half an hour or so to build.
      best, Randy
    • Jun 18 2007 | 10:09 am
      Thanks! Ill get on with the hunting then. :)
    • Jun 18 2007 | 10:47 am
      i did a quick compile, it's working but missing the inlet/assist description. you can get it here:
      @randall: i included the licence file and just added a short note in the help patch that the port was compiled by me. if you want to host it at your site, give me a note!
      all the best
      micha
    • Jun 18 2007 | 7:59 pm
      Can anyone explain what the difference is between this and svf~ (the one included with MSP)?
      thanks, Peter McCulloch
      On Jun 18, 2007, at 6:47 AM, micha wrote:
      > > i did a quick compile, it's working but missing the inlet/assist > description. you can get it here: > > http://www.khm.de/~mthies/2up_svf.zip > > @randall: > i included the licence file and just added a short note in the help > patch that the port was compiled by me. if you want to host it at your > site, give me a note! > > > all the best > > micha > > www.petermcculloch.com
    • Jun 18 2007 | 9:26 pm
      Awhile back (2001?) I was looking for nice sounding filters for MSP and ran across the SVF algorithm described by Hal Chamberlin. I implemented a version of this algorithm with 2x oversampling and added a one-pole filter which seemed to beef up the bass at high Q somewhat. I think jhno took out some of my weird additions to make a less CPU-intensive version for the MSP distribution.
      Also 2up_svf~ samples its Q and frequency control signals, if connected, every 16 samples rather than every signal vector. 16 samples was the most I could get away with and still make a smooth "q- tip" or analog kick type noise.
      best, Randy
      On Jun 18, 2007, at 12:59 PM, Peter McCulloch wrote:
      > Can anyone explain what the difference is between this and svf~ > (the one included with MSP)? > > thanks, > Peter McCulloch > > > On Jun 18, 2007, at 6:47 AM, micha wrote: > >> >> i did a quick compile, it's working but missing the inlet/assist >> description. you can get it here: >> >> http://www.khm.de/~mthies/2up_svf.zip >> >> @randall: >> i included the licence file and just added a short note in the >> help patch that the port was compiled by me. if you want to host >> it at your site, give me a note! >> >> >> all the best >> >> micha >> >> > www.petermcculloch.com >
    • Jun 19 2007 | 12:45 am
      Thanks much, I'll have to check it out.
      Peter McCulloch
      On Jun 18, 2007, at 5:26 PM, Randy Jones wrote:
      > > Awhile back (2001?) I was looking for nice sounding filters for MSP > and ran across the SVF algorithm described by Hal Chamberlin. I > implemented a version of this algorithm with 2x oversampling and added > a one-pole filter which seemed to beef up the bass at high Q somewhat. > I think jhno took out some of my weird additions to make a less > CPU-intensive version for the MSP distribution. > > Also 2up_svf~ samples its Q and frequency control signals, if > connected, every 16 samples rather than every signal vector. 16 > samples was the most I could get away with and still make a smooth > "q-tip" or analog kick type noise. > > best, > Randy > > > On Jun 18, 2007, at 12:59 PM, Peter McCulloch wrote: > >> Can anyone explain what the difference is between this and svf~ (the >> one included with MSP)? >> >> thanks, >> Peter McCulloch >> >> >> On Jun 18, 2007, at 6:47 AM, micha wrote: >> >>> >>> i did a quick compile, it's working but missing the inlet/assist >>> description. you can get it here: >>> >>> http://www.khm.de/~mthies/2up_svf.zip >>> >>> @randall: >>> i included the licence file and just added a short note in the help >>> patch that the port was compiled by me. if you want to host it at >>> your site, give me a note! >>> >>> >>> all the best >>> >>> micha >>> >>> >> www.petermcculloch.com >> > > > www.petermcculloch.com
    • Jun 19 2007 | 10:00 am
      Great news! Thanks micha & randy!