Splitting audio into frequency bands and colours?

    Feb 26 2012 | 7:03 pm
    Does anyone know if its possible to split a normal audio track .wav into separate frequencies for example linkin park, and create a patch that picks out the frequencies in realtime, a bit like scope~ object but having multiple objects to visually show the active frequencies iered for 0 to 100hz, orange 100hz to 1000hz etc? any one know if this is possible or has a patch or link to one?
    i know theres a sonogram but i wanted a sonogram in waveform rather than just a block with colours all over it...
    many thanks

    • Feb 26 2012 | 7:36 pm
      what about having some bandpass filters going into scope~s if i understand your question?
    • Feb 26 2012 | 7:40 pm
      Hi woyteg,
      i've tried that, just going through the filters doesn't seem to really work.... its not accurate enough i dont think :/ i'm using jitter as well to try and get a much smoother signal...
    • Feb 26 2012 | 7:41 pm
      Heres what ive got so far....
    • Feb 26 2012 | 9:50 pm
      When you say it's not accurate enough do you mean the filter slopes are not powerful enough? If so you could try using the cross~ object or perhaps some fft based filtering?
      Your project looks interesting, what is it for?
    • Feb 27 2012 | 12:19 am
      hey benny,
      Its part of a university assignment were i have to do a presentation talking about a specific artist and how they use electronics to influence there pieces, the only problem was i chose and artist were his piece concentrated on very subtle changes in the track so i wanted to create a max msp patch that could visually explain what we were seeing in real time... i will look at the cross~ object, im not very good with fft stuff but i will read up on and see if i can find a way to do it :)
    • Feb 27 2012 | 1:24 pm
      fffb~ * n° of filters and with a good resonance value and gain?