[LAU] Voice-to-drums in general and the Trigger LADSPA in particular
lsutton at libero.it
Fri Sep 23 07:33:31 UTC 2011
On 23/09/2011 04:07, S. Massy wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 09:38:51PM +0000, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
>> On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 11:42:05PM +0400, Artem Vakhitov wrote:
>>> On 22.09.2011 23:16, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
>>>> If you need not only the timing but also to control volume
>>>> then it's unlikely this can be done without delay. The part
>>>> of the input that would contain usable information to control
>>>> volume would very probably come after the trigger, but to
>>>> play the sample you need both. The only solution then is to
>>>> delay the trigger. That means that simple solutions such as
>>>> the ladspa plugin can't do what you want.
>>> The thing is, I do not need to do that in any kind of real time. It
>>> would be sufficient to feed a "beat box" .wav file at the input and get
>>> the corresponding .wav or .mid file at the output. All digital
>>> processing can be done fully off-line, so all timing and amplitude info
>>> is there in advance.
>> Even if it hasn't to work in real time Pd is probably the
>> ideal tool to prototype such a system. The alternative
> Just idle curiosity, but why do you guys recommend PD over SC or csound?
> I had the idea they were more or less equally suited.
Of course. As far as I can read nobody recommended PD "over" SC, csound
or any other environment application. Personaly I mention PD quite often
as it's what I mostly use (and know) these days.
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