shifting and rephasing phasor~ & metronomes

    Aug 14 2019 | 4:18 pm
    I'm kind of stuck on a patch I've been trying to make for a few days, and couldn't find a solution for it in the forums. I try to have several metronomes driven by several phasor~ objects. What I want is to be able to progressively shift them over time, but being able to put them back together when I want.
    I managed to shift them, using the rate~ object and some line~ objects, but I really struggle to bring them back together. My mind kinda stumble on this problem... is there any phasor~ ninja here who could orient me toward some kind of solution ?
    that would be lovely.

    • Aug 17 2019 | 6:30 am
      Sending the message (reset) to [rate~] should bring it back in to sync.
    • Aug 17 2019 | 7:46 am
      many different ways i suppose, your way with transport is great for the metrical tightness πŸ‘ but i don't think you need many phasor~s if you eventually want them all to go back to sync, just one split out into many rate~s will do(?)... but here's another way where i use pong~ to 'wrap' offsets of the phasor~(and using line~ still works the same way for that gradual shift...) the patch will play automatically if you just turn on the ezdac, metro will count through the presets every 11 seconds to give you a feel:
      other ways of doing it could involve the zigzag~ object, or using %~, or +=~ but with a changing value on the accumulation, and of course, all this can be expanded on in gen~.
    • Aug 17 2019 | 9:50 am
      thanks for your replies !
      @raja: thanks for the patch, I guess I have all I need with it ! I didn't know the zigzag~ object but I really feel I'm going to use it in another project !