I can't seem to find quite the info I'm looking for... What is the best way to analyze musical (i.e., pitched) audio, save it as a file, and then use it for additive resynthesis? I want to build a resynthesis engine for my sampler patch which will do two things: 1) ease the RAM load by thinning the sample data down to control data
2) make it possible to mess around with the spectrum of the sound.
I'm thinking of recording fft analysis data into a downsampled poly~/buffer~, and using that to drive some resynthesis patch -- maybe using oscbank~, or reson~, of perhaps fffb~...? But what I can't seem to find, though it's probably simple, is how to get freq, mag(amp), and phase out of an fft analysis, which seems to just be amp/phase. I'm certainly missing something, but I can't find any info on additive resynthesis from analysis, other than ifft~ or fft~ out. Any clarification greatly appreciated.