I'd like to plot metro's output using textfile object in a way that the result shows the bangs as 1's and all the other "output", if any, as 0's. This way I can visualize the temporal distribution of the bangs over a test period.
However, metro only outputs bangs on the "1"s and otherwise outputs nothing, so I can't figure out how to achieve my goal.
I wonder if there is a standard way of doing what I want.
I wonder if lop~ object's argument should be the filter's cut-off frequency.
I tested "lop~ 400" with an 1kHz OSC~ input, but then the signal sounds like there is no attenuation at all.
However, in Csound, such a test with lpf18 or biquad opcode (tuned to a one-pole) will attenuate the 1kHz sine accordingly.
So have I misunderstood the argument? I noticed that with lop~ and hip~, the argument in the help is referred to as "roll-off frequency" while their right inlets were termed "cut-off frequency". Are they different?
I've used PD on Mac before,
now I'm running ubuntu linux 6.06(Dapper) on my amd64,
I followed the instruction and successfully installed
the pd-extension package, but when running it for the first time,
here is what I got:
pd: error while loading shared libraries: libjack-0.80.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
And i checked the libjack on my ubuntu is libjack0.100.0-0
and there is no 0.8 source for Dapper yet.
Any idea how to get around the problem without messing up my system??
Thx for the tips.
unfortunately it doesn't work
I got the same error saying:
pd: error while loading shared libraries: libjack-0.100.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
and I checked that the libjack file does exist under /usr/lib.
I'll wait to see the next release.