gizmo~ documentation


    Mar 02 2006 | 7:04 am
    Gizmo~ seems to understand a lot of commands, but none of them is
    documented in the reference manual. Is there a chance to learn how we
    can tweak it? There is a reference to the Proceedings of ICMC 2002 in
    the help file, but I don't know where to finde that...
    The only thing I found was a thread on the list from last year about the
    same issue, but the missing information to search further is: Who was
    the auther of that paper?
    Any new insights?
    I prepared a test patche with all the parameters, but it would make life
    a lot easier if I'd know the default values and the ranges of these.
    If someone has this information it would be nice to find out whats going
    on. Paying 100 $ for the Proceedings, not knowing how useful the
    information is, is only an option for rich people...
    By the way the google search on Synthesisters lets me find the old
    threads, the search on the forum found nothing. Does the forum search
    include all the old threads? This would be essential. If we point the
    noobs to searching the archives the search needs to be effective...
    Stefan
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    • Mar 02 2006 | 8:59 pm
    • Mar 03 2006 | 11:38 am
      Quote: Stefan Tiedje wrote on Thu, 02 March 2006 00:04
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      > Gizmo~ seems to understand a lot of commands, but none of them is
      > documented in the reference manual.
      i have a helpfile dated 2005.
      gizmo takes (at least) the following commands:
      slope $1
      inharmonic $1
      correction $1
      coef $1
      logscale $1
      drawenv $1
      drawinh $1
      drawpeaks $1
      drawout $1
      drawoutput $1
      drawcentroids $1
      smooth $1
      filter $1
      gzdip $1
      some of them are selfexplaning maybe, about
      others i have no clue what they do as i do not
      use it.