[chuck-users] filter

Perry R Cook prc at CS.Princeton.EDU
Sat Jul 1 22:07:27 EDT 2006

Nope, if you use 1=> filt.eqzs, it
keeps the gain pretty much tame at
any frequency.  No explanation as to
why here (that's a course worth of
stuff).  Look upon it as magic :-)


On Sun, 2 Jul 2006, Atte André Jensen wrote:

> Perry R Cook wrote:
>> oK, here's a 10 sentence description of the
>> BiQuad,
> Thanks for the explanation. I got some of it.
> I spend quite a lot of time playing with the filters, and one of my
> experiments is attached. The first round sounds like a candidate for a
> non-resonant low pass filter. Am I right in deducting from this (quite
> brain dead) experiment(s) that in order to do such a filter sweep one
> has to adjust the radius while taming the volume? Or am I totally
> missing something here?
> -- 
> peace, love & harmony
> Atte
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