If you need to capture larger matrices of audio data, I would suggest
using stutter~, bound to a jit.buffer~ object.
I didn’t realize you had intended to use this for FFT stuff.
Another solution would be to use a jit.poke~-based approach, as
demonstrated in the jitter-examples/audio/jit.poke~-spectrogram patch.
Hi, this is very interesting,
Has this been added already ?
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