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PermModT : UGen : AbstractFunction : Object
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Sample permutation UGen with tail.
Source: PermUGens.sc

Description

This UGen takes an audio-rate input and commutes chunks of samples, swapping the odd chunks and the even ones inside a buffer. The size of the buffer depends on the "outfreq" parameter, the size of the chunks on the "infreq" one.

The difference with the PermMod UGen is that it generates a "tail" as the remainder of the ratio of "outfreq" and "infreq", since in most cases the permutation won't be able to do an integer number of odd-even cycles inside the buffer, leaving some samples.

When the buffer is reaching the end, it behaves in two ways: if the buffer contains an integer number of odd-even couples, it copies the remaining samples to fill the buffer (the tail) directly from the input; if there is a last spare odd chunk, it commutes it with the tail.

To avoid bad behaviour, "infreq" and "outfreq" parameters must always be strictly > 0 and <= double the input samplerate. High frequencies lead to distortion and resonance, low frequencies lead to auto-arpeggio-like and repetition-like effects. Also, "outfreq" should be equal or less than infreq.

Class Methods

PermModT.ar(in, outfreq: 440, infreq: 5000, mul: 1, add: 0)

Arguments:

in

An audio-rate input.

outfreq

The frequency at which the buffer cycles (and the tail occurs).

infreq

The frequency at which chunks are permuted inside the buffer.

mul

Output will be multiplied by this value.

add

This value will be added to the output.

Returns:

A commuted audio-rate output.

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Instance Methods

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Examples

// Permute a simple sinusoid: {PermModT.ar(SinOsc.ar(220),280,1600)}.play // Modulate both outfreq and infreq parameters with the mouse: {PermModT.ar(SinOsc.ar(220), MouseX.kr(500, 1200), MouseY.kr(1200,4000))}.play //Remember to avoid the outfreq>infreq case! // Distort any input with an Electronic Telephone Ring effect: {PermModT.ar(SoundIn.ar(0),500,Pulse.kr(10,0.5,1000,2000))}.play // Remember to use strictly positive unipolar signals as control, in this case the Pulse "add" parameter is 1000. // Quantized frequency-sweep-like effect on existing file: b = Buffer.read(s, 'C:/Folder/File.wav') {PermModT.ar(PlayBuf.ar(2, b),SinOsc.kr(0.1,0,2000,4000),4200)}.play