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    Distortion from running too slow?

    I am seeing some distortion that I cannot seem to find the cause of. My question is can distortion be caused by the update stage running too slow? I notice pretty much anything I add puts it over the...
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    Debugging tips and tricks

    I am wondering if anyone can share their debugging tips and tricks. With audio it can be tricky to find an issue that is not obvious in the code. Using an oscilloscope can help, but I sadly have not...
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    Chip, I am wondering if this is a linear...

    Chip,

    I am wondering if this is a linear shift, meaning it is a frequency shift. From what I can tell this is moving frequencies by a fixed amount regardless of the frequency. I am probably...
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    Upon further inspection, it seems it is...

    Upon further inspection, it seems it is multiplying by the in the mixer. Imagine I were to set a gain of 1/INT16_T_MAX then a gain that got me back to full volume. Would I not have lost all the data...
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    Can volume change percision

    I may be misguided here in the way the Teensy handles volume. But I am imagining two ways it could be done:

    1) Volume is tracked independently as a property of a audio block, in this case the data...
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    SuperCollider on Teensy

    I am wondering if it is possible to run SuperCollider on Teensy?
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    I Actually got the blazing fast frequency...

    I Actually got the blazing fast frequency detection from the original autotune working, however my pitch adjustment is still not working. Once I can fix that bug I believe I will have a functional...
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    By range I am assuming you mean the range it is...

    By range I am assuming you mean the range it is able to shift. In that case it is up or down an octave. It does this really well actually. The part I am working on is the tracking and synchronizing...
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    I am a little confused about what you mean by the...

    I am a little confused about what you mean by the note to CV conversion and how that would enable this. Could you provide more details about exactly what you have in mind?

    Also let me give more...
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    Formant Isolation

    I am wondering if anyone has done any work with formants using teensy? I would like to experiment with processing formants separately from the fundamental frequency content. For example, this can be...
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    Tried you fix and it solved my issue. Thank you!...

    Tried you fix and it solved my issue. Thank you! Now I just need to add in some tolerance for spurious errors in the prediction and fix a few bugs. Once I am done I can certainly make the code...
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    Paul, I certainly can share it but it is a...

    Paul,

    I certainly can share it but it is a bit of a mess. I used code found here as well as the granular shift object as a template. I am pretty new to this so it was easier for me to just take...
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    Faster pitch detection algorithm

    I am working on a pitch correction algorithm and I have a very good pitch shift effect up and running (STFT based). The issue I am running into is the variations in pitch are happening faster than I...
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    Teensy 4.1 with audio shield questions

    I am using the teensy 4.1 with the audio shield (made sure it was the correct one for this board) and I cannot get the input working properly. I am simply trying to have it write the rms of the input...
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