I think it's bottom end is set in the filter value it starts with...RunBeerRun2 wrote:Tracks my whole guitar's range, on a bass only down to the E which is the guitar's low E(7th fret A string).
martinvicanek wrote:...Now if you have an array of delays tuned to semitones, all you need to do is pick the best match...
martinvicanek wrote:Thanks Trog, I replaced the indexed arrays by fixed variables, not sure if it makes a huge difference. Anyway, I updated the file at the top of this thread. It also has a range selector for guitar or bass.
Oddson, the delay constants are calculated in stage(2) so the user can switch the tonal range without having to restart. At hop(4096) it does not hurt. The number crunching part is really the fractional delay calculation itself (yes, they have to be fractional) plus the lowpass for each semitone. However, it turns out that it is perfectly feasible (using Mono4 and hop(8) though).
Since this is my first SM project, I am looking forward to receiving comments and suggestions from the gurus
martinvicanek wrote:Oddson, the delay constants are calculated in stage(2) so the user can switch the tonal range without having to restart. At hop(4096) it does not hurt.
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