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The idea is to use a looping sample as the Response. Then, set the CrossFilter to capture a short snippet (0.2 s) once every loop time. Except that the loop time is the duration of the entire sample PLUS some small amount of time (0.02 s) so the place it is grabbing the snippet from is gradually moving forward in time through the original sample.

In the first example, I used white noise as the input, so it is a little bit similar in concept to the SampleCloud (and very uniform & smooth, not grainy). But the cool thing about doing it this way is that you can use different inputs to excite that little snippet of the sample and get some intriguing results!

(Thanks to Pete Johnston, the CrossFilter can continuously grab new pieces of the Response instead of just being a boring, static response! )

-- CarlaScaletti - 24 Aug 2010

Very nice drones! Kind of similar concept to the moving window convolution I posted somewhere above, but much smoother sounding. I cant hear any kind of window in this design, thanks!

-- CristianVogel - 26 Nov 2010

 
 
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