log for 10.april

chaos_201207
Luka Prinčič 3 years ago
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## 10.apr, 2020
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Implemented bus routing while using Ndef so I could hear the yesterday's melodies in more rich reverb/delay kinda space:
## 10.apr, 2020
```
~reverBus = Bus.audio(s,2);
Ndef(\ba).play(~reverBus, addAction: \addToHead)
~reverbDelay = Synth(\verbDelayFX, [\inBus, ~reverBus, \outBus, 0], addAction: \addAfter);
```
... and then the ```Pbind``` or ```Pbindf``` need
```
\out, ~reverBus
```
inside.
I then went on to find ways how to load single-cycle waveforms and discovered that the collection I have has them all in size of 600 samples. Which SC doesn't like in order to oscilate them with ```Osc.ar``` and use them as wavetables. However it's possible to oscilate them with ```BufRd.ar``` which I tested and played a little with it:
```
Ndef(\bosc).play
Ndef(\bosc).fadeTime=2;
(
Ndef(\bosc, {
var buffer = ~smpBuffers[2], freq = 30, oscDetune = 1.01, amp = 0.2;
BufRd.ar(1, bufnum:buffer, phase: LFSaw.ar([freq,freq*oscDetune]) * BufFrames.ir(buffer)) * amp
//+ SinOsc.ar(60.2) * 0.5;
} );
)
```
... but then I discovered and started to read on Buffer filling methods and ```Harmonics``` class. It's a sine harmonics factory with number of different methods how to manipulate the frequencies and amps for them. It took me a while to understand what exactly is going on, but now I understand and I'm curious about all different ways how one can fill a buffer with various waveforms to use in synths.
the main ark_d.scd is in complete disarray, because I'm using it as a testing ground. I should be working in SC_Workspace, but then I would not be able to work on different machines (I would need to continue saving the Workspace, yeah.).
That was about 3.5 hours of work today. I feel I'm far from something musically concrete, but **I'm showing up**.
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