Interpolating destinations of data-streams


    May 27 2006 | 9:34 am

    • May 30 2006 | 7:09 am
      what about the 'ramp $1' message for matrix~ ?
    • May 30 2006 | 9:16 am
      Sure.. u could also give a third floating argument as an amplitude, but thats for signals only... :(
      -> i wouldnt like convert my max-data into signals and the re-sample them again
      cheers. m
    • May 31 2006 | 11:21 pm
      For audio, try the following patch. For preset 1, store 0. in the left float box (moo) and -50. in the right (boo). Reverse them for preset 2. That should work, yes? The approach for "data" would be similar, but with multiplies rather than matrix~. I could send another patch, if that's not clear.
      mzed
    • Jun 01 2006 | 7:09 am
      Hi,
      Yes i also tried that approach, but having a matrix of lets say 10X40, interpolating 400 floating-point number boxes at the same time made the machine freeze -guess its the redrawing ?
      So i tried to use an int-stack (multislider, hoping its represented like this in max) as a matrix. Seems to be much cheaper ! ;-) like this (in this example "only" 5 X 40): -ull need the Lobjects and the Jasch-objects..
      -> what about the jitter-experts ? probably much cheaper for bigger calculations...
      cheers. m
    • Jun 01 2006 | 7:20 am
    • Jun 04 2006 | 10:23 am
      Have you tried burying these in a subpatch? If they're not on screen, then they won't be drawn. Also, overdrive?
      mzed