> To keep things simple I have a cycle~ object going into a scope~
> object to visually show sinewaves at differing frequencies. In order
> to keep the waveform representation ‘seeable’ i.e. for scope~ to move
> the waveform slowly across the graph, one often needs to update the
> x,y co-ordinates when the frequency changes. Else the waveform just
> flashes across the graph too quickly or appears as two sinewaves when
> it is really one.
> Does anybody know of a good expression that will update the scope~
> object every time the frequency changes?
Without having seen your patch (you didn’t paste it into the text body
of your mail…)
I guess what you want is to trigger it correctly and adjust the size.
For adjusting the size you need a frequency to sample conversion, look
at mstosamps~ (time is the inverse of a frequency…)
The inspector will give you trigger options (I never understood why the
default isn’t set to trigger and no single official help patch uses it.
Whoever worked with a real scope knows what I mean…)