rl wrote:+1 download.
nice and straight-forward. To optimize CPU you could use a bandpass filter instead of each SVF pair. IIRC, some time ago, Stefan posted a simple and light bandpass code somewhere here.
To further improve CPU, the 4 formant filter sections could be replaced by one section of 3 BP filters, pre-calculate the filter coefficients and only morph the coefficients. Just an idea, not tested yet.
oddson wrote:I DL'd and though it was pretty cool... but I figured you get your ego stroked plenty alreadyAngularMomentum wrote:15 dl's 1 reply? That isn't very encouraging posting stuff...
Andrew J wrote:Thanks Thomas.
It's quite fun morphing when you play a chord. Might be another thing that attic could try for his experimental sound design - perhaps form a sequence of vowels from a well known text and run the filters over the frogs in the rain
Jay wrote:This is great AM i made one of these a wee while ago!
yours uses the same freq tables that i used in my version but i would say that your version isa lot smoother than sounding the one i built. I take it its to do with the secondary bandpass in each block! never thought of doing that!
It makes CPU usage a good bit higher (98%) than in my own filter but, worth it in sound quality
Great stuff, i will find use in this!
AngularMomentum wrote:Example of a formant filter with 10 vowels (ee, i, e, ae, ah, aw, uh, oo, u, er) and an X-Y pad to mix four vowels.
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