library of FFT-based Pd objects by Ben Saylor
Descriptionbsaylor is a library of Pure Data objects by Benjamin Saylor: pvoc~: a phase vocoder based on Pd's 09.pvoc.pd example patch. Advantages over the abstraction include (reportedly) faster execution, instantaneous response to input, and adjustable phase locking. It requires FFTW3. susloop~: sample player with various loop methods (ping-pong, ... ) like a classic tracker interface. svf~: a signal-controlled port of Steve Harris' state variable filter LADSPA plugin (http://plugin.org.uk). zhzhx~: Turns the input signal into a staticky, distorted mess. Comes with tone control
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