[chuck-users] Lisa, voice-gain convolution, etc.

dan trueman dtrueman at Princeton.EDU
Mon May 14 20:38:37 EDT 2007

hi Kas, wow i never thought LiSa would ever be used to approximate  
convolution; cool!

that's a very easy addition and i can see how it might be generally  
useful; will definitely add.


On May 14, 2007, at 7:58 PM, Kassen wrote:

> Hi Dan, Hi list!
> I was thinking about a little ChucK convolution patch, kind of as a  
> excersise, kind of as a joke. Basically I was thinking about taking  
> a array of SndBuf's (as many as there are samples in the impulse  
> responce and all holding the same impulse responce) and firering  
> them off in turn each samp with a gain determined the .last() of  
> the input sound. Simple, fun and probably a bad idea on any  
> practical level since excelent free convolution reverbs are around  
> already.
> Then I thought of LiSa... LiSa is already a lot like a array of  
> identical buf's so this might even make a bit of sense. Sadly it  
> turns out that LiSa lacks something like this;
> mylisa.voicegain( voice, float)
> The more I think about that, the more it makes sense as a practical  
> addition, not just for convolution. For example this might be  
> mapped to velocity for some cheap & cheerfull soft-sampler and per- 
> grain variable volume is usefull in grain-clouds as well.
> Could this perhaps be considdered for a future update?
> Cheers,
> Kas.
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