signal to int question


    Apr 14 2008 | 6:19 am
    Hi, I'm new to max/msp as I am learning it through an electronic music class for the first time this semester. So I might not ask the question correctly, but bear with me.
    I am trying to design some patches that use a guitar as an audio signal with msp, but that also has a tape head on the second channel controlling some parameter of my patches. My guess was that I needed to get the audio signal converted into an integer so that it could be designed into patches that already rely on numbers to adjust things like frequency or duration in milliseconds, etc.
    How can the conversion of an audio signal represented as a number be accomplished?
    many thanks, paul

    • Apr 14 2008 | 6:48 am
      [snapshot~] and [number~] are your friends
      Quote: pwinters@gmail.com wrote on Mon, 14 April 2008 08:19 ---------------------------------------------------- > Hi, I'm new to max/msp as I am learning it through an electronic music class for the first time this semester. So I might not ask the question correctly, but bear with me. > > I am trying to design some patches that use a guitar as an audio signal with msp, but that also has a tape head on the second channel controlling some parameter of my patches. My guess was that I needed to get the audio signal converted into an integer so that it could be designed into patches that already rely on numbers to adjust things like frequency or duration in milliseconds, etc. > > How can the conversion of an audio signal represented as a number be accomplished? > > many thanks, > paul ----------------------------------------------------
    • Apr 14 2008 | 5:41 pm
      Hi Paul, You might also be interested in the following article:
      This may help to at least get you started.
      Best, Andrew B.
    • Apr 14 2008 | 10:25 pm
      depending on what your up to fiddle~ and bonk~ by miller puckett (check maxobjects.com) might also be your friends
      On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 12:41 PM, Andrew Benson wrote:
      > Hi Paul, > You might also be interested in the following article: > > https://cycling74.com/?op=displaystory;sid=2008/3/12/142316/512 > > This may help to at least get you started. > > Best, > Andrew B. > >