Helps to synthesize THX Deep Note

    May 18 2011 | 4:40 am
    I found a website where describes the steps that to synthesize the famous DEEP NOTE. But this is for supercollider. I do not know how can you convert this to a patch for MAX / MSP.
    someone can help me! Thanks. :D

    • May 18 2011 | 11:41 am
      Thanks for the great link! I'm about a quarter of the way through so far, have found the write-up pretty straightforward. Just sounds like a bunch of buzzing wasps at the moment though. Try getting all the criteria right for one voice first then the other 29 should come easily. Will post my solution once I'm done.
    • May 18 2011 | 6:15 pm
      I've tried synthesize the DEEP NOTE in max/msp, and I've achieved to do the first step that describes in link, where you can listen a noise like to lot of bee.
    • May 18 2011 | 8:35 pm
      oooooh; a very intriguing find indeed.
      I'll get stuck into this too, if I may.
    • May 19 2011 | 2:06 am
      Who can tell me what kind of object can generate quadratically interpolated random values? I have not found an object that serves for this yet.
      This correspond to the second step to synthesize the deep note!
    • May 19 2011 | 11:35 am
      I have no idea about that bit! I just saw the word noise and went straight for that. To be honest though the noise does add some character it seems but it's a bit too subtle
    • May 19 2011 | 11:44 am
      Nice start to the patch btw - totally different to mine.
      First, the main patch...
      This next bit needs to be saved as thx_oneosc.maxpat....
      I think I could do with tweaking it further but it's in the ballpark.... Excuse any schoolboy errors in conventions, it's just a first draft!
    • May 19 2011 | 1:58 pm
      Hi mr_mapes!
      I don't know how can I read those codes that you posted, becouse I'm a beginner to use of max/msp. Can you tell me how do this?
      Thanks! :)
    • May 19 2011 | 2:24 pm
      Copy the text inclusive of -----begin------ to -----end------ and simply paste into a new patcher. The reverse is to highlight your patch, copy compressed, and paste here or there or wherever...