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Mar 18 2008 | 3:13 pm

Hi everydoby

I have problems with Max objects. I want to filter a flow of numerical data (parameter coming from the analysis of a video, like the brightness for example) in order to control a synthesizer (basically, control the frequency of a cycle~). I only find MSP filters for audio signals. Is there a way with Max objects to do what I want? Objects like speedlim don’t fit because I want the notion of filter (lowpass with very low central frequency)?

Thank you all

PS : Sorry for my bad english, I’m a french student.

Mar 18 2008 | 3:43 pm

Look into objects like [slide]. You can also make your own filters
using [expr].

On Mar 18, 2008, at 9:13 AM, Thomas HEZARD wrote:
>
> Hi everydoby
>
> I have problems with Max objects. I want to filter a flow of
> numerical data (parameter coming from the analysis of a video, like
> the brightness for example) in order to control a synthesizer
> (basically, control the frequency of a cycle~). I only find MSP
> filters for audio signals. Is there a way with Max objects to do
> what I want? Objects like speedlim don’t fit because I want the
> notion of filter (lowpass with very low central frequency)?

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Mar 19 2008 | 12:33 pm

Mar 19 2008 | 5:41 pm

If you want to filter out numbers that fall within certain ranges, try < , >, and split.

"select" is also great for filtering out specific numbers. type in all the numbers you want to remove from the data stream, as arguments. then everything that doesn’t match the arguments you’ve supplied comes spilling out the rightmost outlet.

Mar 19 2008 | 9:38 pm

Thank you all.

Thank you so much Peter. Your package is very interesting. Thank to your idea, I found the solution to my problem, I just made a subpatch calculating the average of the N previous number. So I have a low-pass filter: the sum of the z exponent -i with i from 0 to N (I knonw, I could have thought a little bit more before to post the message…).

Best

Thomas

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