I have a question regarding rate~ object. If you open reference page of the rate~ object, you can see an example patch at the bottom. I am wondering how do you calculate those indexes which are stored in the coll object and are representing a multiplier for the scaling of a phasor frequency.
Don’t worry – it’s not rocket science. You choose a notevalue – say, 4n (by convention, that’s what most people would use) and assume that it’s the base for timing differences. If a quarter note is 1.0, then the rate object would have to be running at .5 (one-half the speed) to traverse the distance for a half note or double the rate to traverse the distance for an 8th note, etc. You just get out your calculator and run the numbers….