[chuck-users] 8-bit?

Kassen signal.automatique at gmail.com
Thu Nov 18 14:00:34 EST 2010

On 18 November 2010 19:44, Andrew Turley <aturley at acm.org> wrote:

> You could build a generator using Gen7 or CurveTable. That might be a
> little more efficient, but maybe not worthwhile.
How about a Lisa set to sync? If you feed that with a arbitrary signal at
gain .5 mixed with a step set to a value of .5, (which would turn a signal
from range -1 to 1 into one from 0 to 1) you can set any mapping you'd like.
Filling that LiSa with a line from -1 to 1 would get you your original
signal back, a "staircase" would give bit-depth reduction, etc.

Multiple mappings could be made and by changing the loop start and end these
could be selected.

Shreds might be more versatile as those also give you easy access to
modulating bit rate in addition to depth and to get a resolution equal to
double floats you'd have to use a very large buffer indeed... but then
shreds are often expensive and the code gets messy looking, IMHO.

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