adamtindale at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 1 14:22:51 EDT 2006
On 1-Jul-06, at 5:00 AM, eduard aylon wrote:
> Try having a look at http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/filters/
I was going to suggest the same thing. If you aren't familiar with
the basis of this material you can start with this one:
You can also look at this:
You can use these equations and dump the output into the biquad object.
On 1-Jul-06, at 2:38 AM, Atte André Jensen wrote:
> Well as I said I know how to use those. The two pages (24 + 25) of
> "Modifying Basic Patches" is not really that deep. Maybe I wasn't
> clear, but I was more hoping for a few classic subtractive
> examples. You
> know like a pad, a moog style bass and a brass sound. With such a few
> examples I imagine most users familiar with subtractive synthesis
> be able to more or less take it from there...
It isn't meant to be too deep. When writing this stuff I try to show
the basics and let the programmer go. If I get time I will take a
stab at something like this. If you get a cool patch send it along or
you could write a tutorial and I could put it into the manual.
Thanks to Perry for making your books cheap!
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