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For those in the know: Is this morphing?

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Re: For those in the know: Is this morphing?

Postby tulamide » Fri Jun 17, 2016 2:24 am

Spogg wrote:I just spent an hour with Icarus and WOW!
Thanks for pointing to this tulamide. How do you get to find out about the new stuff you sometimes recommend?

It's magic! And just like every other magician I won't spoil the trick :P :mrgreen:
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Re: For those in the know: Is this morphing?

Postby adamszabo » Fri Jun 17, 2016 11:03 am

Spogg wrote:Thanks for the explanation Adam. I did think that at first ,but I also saw the wavetable readers had a freq input each, so which one actually determines the pitch of the output? Sorry if this is too fundamental a question but I do like to understand stuff. At least where I think there's a chance for me!

Initially the wavetable reader code should only have one frequency input, but as I mentioned, to save cpu, I stripped out the ramp counter from all of them, and used a global one controlling all. Since the ramp is separate the wavetable reader still needs to know which frequency we are playing at, because it needs that information for the anti aliasing. So we have a freq input for the wavetable reader as well.
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Re: For those in the know: Is this morphing?

Postby Spogg » Fri Jun 17, 2016 12:20 pm

Ok thanks Adam I get it now; the Ramp Prim for the pitch and the ASM freq input for the anti-aliasing.

Many thanks for taking the time to explain what I was seeing! You didn't have to do that, so I really appreciate it.


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