Create a Look Up Table and retrieve values quickly.
I’m confused so I apologize if anything I’m about to say is unclear.
I want to create a lookup table where the x axis represents time and I wish the resolution to be quite high, say sample rate. In total the maximum size would be 8 minutes.
The y values are determined by a function regarding some incoming values. So typically I would wish to write the same y value over a range of 5 seconds. Then a new y value over the next n seconds and so on.
If I use a buffer to do this then do I have to write the values in real time? So writing the buffer could take 8 minutes? Or is there a way of connecting the dots (two points) when writing to a buffer
Like I said I’m in a bit of a tangle so any help would be great!
It would be possible to write values into a buffer~ using peek~, typically using an uzi. This is not very efficient however. Do you want to read out values in the signal domain? The function object could be used for a non signal version, probably zigzag~ would be easiest for signal domain.
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Function is absolutely perfect for my needs.
I haven’t come across it before.
Thanks you just made my day a lot better!
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