faster stutter~ without pitchshifting


    Oct 18 2008 | 12:58 pm
    is there a way to make te stuttering of stutter~ go faster without shifting pitch up?

    • Oct 18 2008 | 2:57 pm
      Hello,
      Do you want to adjust the speed of playback before or after audio capture?
      If before just change the grain size being sent to the left inlet.
      If after (and I've not actually tried this, so I'm not sure if it works), then you might want to constrain the phase causing sample playback (i.e. 0->1) to smaller value (0 -> 0.5).
      Hope that helps.
      George
    • Oct 18 2008 | 3:49 pm
      i wan't to change the playback speed (rigtmost outlet) live, without changing the pitch. is this possible?
    • Oct 19 2008 | 6:02 am
      You can send your playback ramp signal through a pong~ object (in wrap mode) and adjust the min and max values.
      Have fun.
      Andrew B.
    • Oct 19 2008 | 1:41 pm
    • Oct 19 2008 | 7:45 pm
      the pong one works pretty well. putting pong after the ramp and adjusting the high pong value.
    • Oct 19 2008 | 10:03 pm
      what's is the ramp?
      thanks for feedback everybody, i'm quite a noob so i'm still fighting with it.
    • Oct 19 2008 | 10:19 pm
      got it, but it is causing clicks and isn't very tight. is there something to do about that?
    • Oct 19 2008 | 10:32 pm
      I can highly recommend NOT working with stutter for that. Switch to
      something like a variable delay buffer and do it in there -
      search maxobjects.com for vdb or similar
      Andreas
      wit skrev:
      > got it, but it is causing clicks and isn't very tight. is there something to do about that?
      >
    • Oct 20 2008 | 1:22 am
      to stop the clicks you need an amplitude envelope (smoothly go to silence at
      loop-points), but unless you add additional stutter objects (or
      delay/reverb) you'll have silence in between grains.
      On Sun, Oct 19, 2008 at 6:19 PM, wit wrote:
      >
      > got it, but it is causing clicks and isn't very tight. is there something
      > to do about that?
      >