harmonizer


    May 14 2006 | 10:42 pm
    I'm studying the object harmv2~ and I was knowing that the object harmv1~ exists. Does anyone know where I can find information about it (help or description, for example)?

    • May 14 2006 | 11:30 pm
      as harmv2~ does, harmv1~ belongs to the ircam ispw compatibility library
      jmb
    • May 15 2006 | 2:17 am
      Thank you Mr. jmb, but I didn't find this object in the web. Do you know where I can find it? Flavio.
    • May 15 2006 | 7:28 am
      as far as i know, it is provided as part of the real time software pack
      jmb
    • May 15 2006 | 7:40 am
      so, get ready to spare 240 Euros.
      f.e
    • May 15 2006 | 8:56 am
      Transposer~ uses the same principe as harmv2~. It's just moving in a delay line continuously (using signal) to get transposition. The main difference is harmv2~ have to be connected to a tapin~ object, transposer~ have it's own embed.
      Best, ej
    • May 15 2006 | 9:32 am
      I recommend to use gizmo~ for transposing, in this way, like it is shown in the help-patch. Its spectral transposeing, no looping artefacts and it sounds very nice also if you ar transposeing more than oktave. Therefore, it is more expensive for the cpu like a delay-based pitch-shift, with my G4 1GHz PowerBook I can use only 4 or 5 gizmo~s (depends from the other stuff is useing in same time).
      Hans-Gunter Lock