Re: [LAU] Online resources/books for programming sound synthesis software?

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Date: Friday, April 13, 2007 - 11:58 am

Damon Chaplin wrote:

>> minor detail - in the jack_process callback:

imagine you "pipe" the output of your synth thru an effect that
introduces a latency (delay).

It might seem insignificant - but: if you use two of those synths with
different Effects afterwards, you get phasing effects!

similar if you have multiple output ports:
http://jackaudio.org/files/docs/html/jack_8h.html#a38

[JACK]MIDI allows to timestamp midi-events. - So the synth-osc's
themselves could be in sync. - try to start two of them, invert the
polarity of one and check if the resulting signal is zero. (bitscope)

If it is, add a LADSPA DJ-EQ (1901) to one of the channels, IIRC that
introduces a latency of 3 samples on that channel and you should hear
some phased signal.

#robin

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Re: [LAU] Online resources/books for programming sound synth..., Robin Gareus, (Fri Apr 13, 11:58 am)
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