Oct 30 2012 | 2:15 pm
    how to have a regular metronome ?????
    thank you laurent

    • Oct 30 2012 | 11:59 pm
    • Oct 31 2012 | 8:00 am
      ok, i know metro and i use it but how to make it regular? for example when i play it slow down, it is influenced by what i am doing!!!!
      here is the patch :
    • Oct 31 2012 | 8:17 am
      make sure max is in overdrive, but more important is to drive the play with a phasor (or some other appropriate signal)-- that will ensure sample-accurate playback.
    • Oct 31 2012 | 3:57 pm
      ok, it's better here is my new patch it's stable but as you can see i multiply the output signal from phrasor to go in the play (i don't know why, perhaps it's the speed) but i have 2 sound the first one is multiply by 800 and the second by 4000 if i want the real sound (or nearest possible) can you tell me why?
    • Oct 31 2012 | 4:22 pm
      Hi if your question is "why does the [phasor~] signal need multiplied by differing amounts in order to drive [play~]" then the answer is simple. The [phasor~] is outputting a ramp from 0. - 1., [play~] expects a signal representing millisecond playback, therefore the 'raw' (0-1) signal from phasor would only play the first millisecond of any file. Multiply the ramp by 500 and you will hear the first 500ms of a file.
      Divide 1000(ms) by the length of your file (in ms) to give an appropriate frequency value for the phasor:
    • Oct 31 2012 | 5:24 pm
      yes, but i don't want to modify the frequence because it's for a metronome....
    • Nov 01 2012 | 5:42 pm
    • Nov 01 2012 | 9:15 pm
      have a look at this thread-- it has various solutions to having a constant-gradient ramp with interruption, ie variable interonset time, which is what you need.