Hi, I'm really stuck on trying to use map-channel to replace a newly created snd file with a dsp modified version of it. I've been looking at snd-test.scm for examples but still don't have it right yet and not sure how to craft the let/map-channel/lambda to make it work. All I get is a flat line so far.
I'm trying to place values in a float-vector, then modify those values and output to the editor. I know (float-vector->channel im 0 fsize 0) works, and I also tried sample (but very slow): (do ((i 0 (+ i 1))) ((= i fsize)) (set! (sample i) (im i))) Wondering if there's an example someplace I haven't found yet for how to dsp modify a vector of values and use map-channel to output to the editor? Thank You, Jim I’ve been trying something like below… but cannot seem to get the map-channel/let/lambda part right. (let* ((fsize 22050) (increment (/ (* 440.0 2.0 pi) fsize)) (im (make-float-vector fsize)) ;empy vector (current-phase 0.0) (val 0.0) );init var (new-sound "test.snd" :size fsize) ;creates a new snd in editor ;place values in a vector (do ((i 0 (+ i 1))) ((= i fsize)) (set! val (* .1 (sin current-phase))) (set! current-phase (+ current-phase increment)) (set! (im i) val) ;(format #t "~%i: ~F ~0,6F\t " i (im i) ) ) (map-channel (lambda (y) (do ((i 0 (+ i 1))) ((= i fsize)) (* (amplitude-modulation 0.5) (im i))))0 fsize))
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