Pitch shifting delay


    Aug 31 2006 | 1:09 pm
    Would anybody know how to create a pitch shifitng delay?
    I am trying to create a delay that shifts by a given interval with each iteration of the delay.
    My programming skills are not the best, I am new to this MaxMSP thing!
    Else, anyone know of any VST plug-ins that do this?
    Thanks.

    • Aug 31 2006 | 1:20 pm
      Something like that?
      Bruno
    • Aug 31 2006 | 2:15 pm
      >Something like that?
      >
      >
      I hope not - your patch makes my max crash
      (on mac os X 4 7, max 4.5)
      best
      kasper
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    • Aug 31 2006 | 2:24 pm
      On 31-Aug-2006, at 16:15, Kasper T Toeplitz wrote:
      >> Something like that?
      >>
      >> #P user ezdac~ 47 214 91 247 0;
      >
      >
      > I hope not - your patch makes my max crash
      >
      > (on mac os X 4 7, max 4.5)
      Also on Max 4.6, Intel iMac, Mac OS 10.4.7. Also crashes Max 4.5.6 on
      same machine.
      I can post crash logs if anyone wants to look at them.
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    • Aug 31 2006 | 2:49 pm
      Quote: Kasper T Toeplitz wrote on Thu, 31 August 2006 08:15
      ----------------------------------------------------
      > I hope not - your patch makes my max crash
      >
      > (on mac os X 4 7, max 4.5)
      ----------------------------------------------------
      I'm sorry... I'm working on Windows XP and everything works properly.
      There is a loandbang inside "p MIDI_and_conversion", try to run it before use the sfplay~.
      Bruno
    • Aug 31 2006 | 2:50 pm
    • Aug 31 2006 | 4:02 pm
      Really? That's exactly the problem that I get many times at day, I don't know why.
      I thought to report this to Cycling74 as a bug...
    • Sep 02 2006 | 8:10 am
      IanMcD wrote:
      > Would anybody know how to create a pitch shifitng delay? I am trying
      > to create a delay that shifts by a given interval with each iteration
      > of the delay. My programming skills are not the best, I am new to
      > this MaxMSP thing!
      This is not a question of "programming skills", but a question of
      knowing how to put up a signal flow.
      Do it like in an analog studio, put a pitchshifter into the feedback...
      (You'll find one in the example folder)
      Stefan
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    • Sep 03 2006 | 1:06 am
      > This is not a question of "programming skills", but a question of
      > knowing how to put up a signal flow.
      >
      > Do it like in an analog studio, put a pitchshifter into the feedback...
      he could also do it like in a digital studio (for example
      because MAX is also digital) ... and create an array of 3
      tapouts, interpolate between them, so that you can read the
      tapin out continously at a speed of [one note higher than
      at normal rate] and make a feedback loop around it.
    • Sep 03 2006 | 2:51 pm
      This patch is opening up a whole new world of possibilities within
      Max. ;)
      I think my favorite features are:
      [multislider] with a range of -127,000,000 to 127,000,000
      [/ 128, 0]
      [comb~ 1000 1 0, 100000 0 0, 900000]
      Neato.
      So, Bruno - Could you try opening your patch as text, and copy/paste
      that, instead of copying straight to the clipboard from the open
      patcher? It might not make a difference, but may be worth a try.
      -David
      On Aug 31, 2006, at 9:20 AM, Bruno Zamborlin wrote:
      >
      >
      >
    • Sep 04 2006 | 5:47 am
      Roman Thilenius wrote:
      > he could also do it like in a digital studio (for example
      > because MAX is also digital) ... and create an array of 3
      > tapouts, interpolate between them, so that you can read the
      > tapin out continously at a speed of [one note higher than
      > at normal rate] and make a feedback loop around it.
      Thats exactly the classical granular pitchshifter of the examples
      folder, and as it does have a tapin~/tapout~ its easy to combine with
      the delay itself...
      I was reffering to the way of thinking - and somone who claims he has no
      programming skills needs some easy examples/pictures to get going and
      loose the fear of just doing it, with or without skills.
      Skills are something which arrive as soon you just start doing it,
      collect the information you need on the fly, don't hesitate to walk
      without knowing the path, but knowing where you want to go.
      This is the only way to get onto the path. (which only in the end will
      be more important than the goal... ;-)
      Stefan
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    • Sep 04 2006 | 6:50 am
      hi all,
      I've released the first cut of a little app to dump marker info out of
      aiff files. Called "sfm" & available at:
      * output formats are:
      "raw" - returns a list of markID, mark name & position (in samples)
      "list" - returns a simple list of mark positions (in samples)
      "msp" - returns a cuelist formatted for Max/MSP (in milliseconds)
      * command-line tool with screen or text file output
      * uses libsndfile to read the header
      It's only been tested with files created in BIAS Peak (I don't have
      anything else) so I'd be interested to see how compliant it/Peak is.
      Ash
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    • Sep 04 2006 | 8:11 am
      I have updated Stochos with the universal version on sonic-disorder
      website. You can download the zipped file and please see the read-me
      file. (it is tested on intel-mac machines!)
      There has been performance improvements due to the new versions of
      maxmsp. You can also set the DAC output as you wish to route the
      audio output.
      Thanks for your interest in Stochos, there has been nearly 2000
      downloads either directly from sonic-disorder or from different
      suppliers linking to sonic-disorder.
      I will be presenting some new research with my Cosmos app. on DAFX06
      and ICMC06, so we can have a chat with you visiting people on the venue.
      best,
      Sinan Bokesoy
      www.sonic-disorder.com
      On Sep 4, 2006, at 9:53 AM, Ashley Scott wrote:
      > hi all,
      >
      > I've released the first cut of a little app to dump marker info out
      > of aiff files. Called "sfm" & available at:
      >
      > http://www-personal.usyd.edu.au/~ascott/index.html
      >
      > * output formats are:
      >
      > "raw" - returns a list of markID, mark name & position (in samples)
      > "list" - returns a simple list of mark positions (in samples)
      > "msp" - returns a cuelist formatted for Max/MSP (in milliseconds)
      >
      > * command-line tool with screen or text file output
      > * uses libsndfile to read the header
      >
      > It's only been tested with files created in BIAS Peak (I don't have
      > anything else) so I'd be interested to see how compliant it/Peak is.
      >
      > Ash
      >
      >
      >
      > Send instant messages to your online friends http://
    • Sep 04 2006 | 9:07 am
      Quote: David Stanford wrote on Sun, 03 September 2006 08:51
      ----------------------------------------------------
      > This patch is opening up a whole new world of possibilities within
      > Max. ;)
      >
      > I think my favorite features are:
      >
      > [multislider] with a range of -127,000,000 to 127,000,000
      >
      > [/ 128, 0]
      >
      > [comb~ 1000 1 0, 100000 0 0, 900000]
      >
      > Neato.
      >
      > So, Bruno - Could you try opening your patch as text, and copy/paste
      > that, instead of copying straight to the clipboard from the open
      > patcher? It might not make a difference, but may be worth a try.
      >
      > -David
      ----------------------------------------------------
      I just uploaded on a webserver, this is the address to download it:
      I'm curious to know why it works only in my computer :-)
      Bruno
    • Sep 04 2006 | 1:59 pm
      There were problems with the text version that you originally posted.
      The translation from patch -> text didn't happen correctly, but I
      have no idea why/how, although I'm curious about it. The binary
      version runs OK for me. - David
      On Sep 4, 2006, at 5:07 AM, Bruno Zamborlin wrote:
      > I'm curious to know why it works only in my computer :-)
    • Sep 04 2006 | 6:44 pm
      Quote: Eomac wrote on Thu, 31 August 2006 07:09
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      > Would anybody know how to create a pitch shifitng delay?
      ----------------------------------------------------
      So, maybe you would try to use this one (based on a Leafcutter John work): http://www.brunozamborlin.com/pitchdelay.pat
      (pay attention to the loadbang)
      :-)
      Bruno