Re: [music-dsp] Analog versus digital systems (Ezra Buchla)

2013-11-11 Thread Theo Verelst
Sure, and I didn't call you dumb. I'm not dumb for being left out the Russian space program, or wanting to write a book without a alpha-degree or what else.. It's a hard area, which I why I've tried to make a few noticeable remarks, to shake the particular subject up a bit, so to speak. If

[music-dsp] Analog versus digital systems

2013-11-10 Thread Theo Verelst
Hi all, Of course I'm aware of it this work probably won't give m a (bit late) YUP existence in SanFrancisco or a well paid Berkeley professorship that I like, but at least I don't really run the risk of looking like a dumb-*ss when playing the unpaid professor a bit in this territory, and

Re: [music-dsp] Analog versus digital systems

2013-11-10 Thread douglas repetto
Theo, please stop with the insults. On 11/10/13 9:55 AM, Theo Verelst wrote: Of course I'm aware of it this work probably won't give m a (bit late) YUP existence in SanFrancisco or a well paid Berkeley professorship that I like, but at least I don't really run the risk of looking like a

Re: [music-dsp] Analog versus digital systems

2013-11-10 Thread Ezra Buchla
i don't want to feed the troll, but... a) of course we all know about the sampling theorem and sync interpolation. truly! b) though i enjoy reading ASM synth code, i don't see anything here that is interesting. what am i supposed to look at? a character display? a phasor? an in-place filter or

Re: [music-dsp] Analog versus digital systems (Ezra Buchla)

2013-11-10 Thread Theo Verelst
... a) of course we all know about the sampling theorem and sync interpolation. truly! b) though i enjoy reading ASM synth code, i don't see anything here that is interesting. ... I'm sorry to say, but while of course I don't feel all too much of it, and of course that isn't a reason to use my

Re: [music-dsp] Analog versus digital systems (Ezra Buchla)

2013-11-10 Thread Ezra Buchla
i'm sorry mr. vereslt, i do apologize for insulting you. to be honest, i made a mistake with the e-mail and thought this was still under that other thread. and so i tried to read your code, [ which if course is very interesting and informative to me (since i am not nearly at your level as an

Re: [music-dsp] Analog versus digital systems (Ezra Buchla)

2013-11-10 Thread Ezra Buchla
or, oh! would you suggest that we stick to an analog design like the switched capacitors? but there are still lots of reasons to try and keep everything on DSP in terms of part count in a device. again, i think of this space as very informal discussion, s please no hard feelings, ezra b On Sun,