exponentially timed sequence of bangs.


    Feb 18 2009 | 1:53 pm
    hallo,
    can somebody give me a quick hint on how to generate a sequence of bangs with a exponential timing? meaning: after each bang there's a bigger pause until the next one than with the previous two?
    in the end it should be possible to make such "ramped" bang-sequences with each time different amounts of bangs, with different timings.
    i think i can construct it with a complex network of delays, bangs, and uzis, but maybe somebody did it smarter before?
    thanks a lot, florian.

    • Feb 18 2009 | 3:05 pm
      I don't know if it is a smarter one, but the first thing I thought about is that :
      Ch.
    • Feb 18 2009 | 3:58 pm
      Here is my solution, using a 'phasor bang' and curve~
    • Feb 19 2009 | 5:05 am
      Essl's RTC Lib has a number of abstractions that may be useful for you.
    • Feb 19 2009 | 5:42 pm
      On 18 Feb 2009, at 14:53, Flo Kuehnle wrote:
      >
      > hallo,
      >
      > can somebody give me a quick hint on how to generate a sequence of
      > bangs with a exponential timing? meaning: after each bang there's a
      > bigger pause until the next one than with the previous two?
      an easy approach is to do it recursively:
    • Mar 06 2009 | 9:36 pm
      Hallo to you all,
      thanks for your answer. I didn't have time to address the problem for a while, now i came back to it.
      At the moment, Volkers approach is the one that I will work with I think. I hope it will work also ok until down to more or less 100 bangs per second... let's see.
      Thx! f.
    • Mar 07 2009 | 6:19 am
      To work at such rate (100 bang per seconds), better use audio rate and a phasor~ driven engine...