trying to get my head around live pitch detection, but dont really get fiddle~
can anyone explain its use in laments terms, or even post a example patcher. would really help me out.
alternativly, if anyone has any good alternative examples, i am open to ideas at this stage!! cheers
on inspection, i notice the pitch tracker is driven by pitch~
anyone have any insight into this external? in laments terms (i am a muppet!!)
> anyone have any insight into this external? in laments terms (i am a muppet!!)
I’m sorry, the pedant in me is winning tonight. Since it’s the second
time around I’m going to correct your spelling. The phrase you’re
looking for is "layman’s terms," as in reference to language used with
one who is not ordained (for both the religious and casual use of
That is unless you really *mean* "laments terms", which would be depressing.
On 22-Mar-2006, at 7:54, dlurk wrote:
> correct your spelling. The phrase you’re looking for is "layman’s
I had been wondering what, in heaven’s name, had been meant by
"laments terms," one of the strangest phrases I have come across (and
I’ve seen a few).
Your exegesis prodded me into looking up the malapropism on Google.
< http://www.google.com/search?q=%22laments+terms%22> turns up 755
hits for the phrase (note the use of quotation marks), which is
pretty lamentable. My only consolation is that Google finds 593,000
pages using the phrase "layman’s terms".
If I had known what the guy wanted, I could have helped. As it was, I
thought he was hoping for a relevant passage from the writings of the
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