in creating a patch on discrete summation formula I need to avoid division by zero
because I’m dividing the outputs of two oscillators.
Do you have some suggestion????
I assume you wish to stay in the signal domain, so [if $f1 != 0. then $f1] won’t do……… I could be talking out of my backside, but what about the [abs~] object, will that pass a zero signal? but then you won’t get your negative values either….hmmmm
Trick question? What about !=~
maybe [maximum~ 0.001] can help.
we are discussing this problem in the following post concerning discrete summation formula:
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