Hi All,

first of all, a big thank you for this forum as it is extremely useful expecially for a newbie like me.

I am in the process of creating a patch that could generate an inverse filter for an acoustic test signal (Log Swept sine) and then perform a deconvolution of the recording of the signal in the space.

What I am trying to do i recreating the swept sine from its mathematical formula which give me the exact inverse filter.

the formula is quite complex:

t)= sin(((w1*T)/(ln(w2/w1))*(e^(((T-t)/T)*log(w2/w1))-1))*(w2/w1)^(-t/T)

where t= time variable

T=signal lenght in s

w2= end frequency(normally 20 kHz)

w1= start frequency (normally 20 Hz)

Attached there is an initial patch that doesn't work.

Convolution engine might follow but for the moment I am more interested in generating the inverse filter.

Anyone has had experience with this?

I will definitely share the patch when finished

Thank you