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Sifting spectral data

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Dear colleagues,

Years ago I used Audiosculpt and Patchwork, then OM, to import spectral data.  Now I am trying to teach this to students who do not own Audiosculpt.  I have a patch that will read in data from Spear, and this is working fine.

However the Spear import gives me many redundant chords — Hundreds of them in a row that are identical or almost identical.

I am hoping that there is a way to choose a chord and then tell OM to ignore subsequent chords until they are above some threshold value for difference.  Is there any object that would allow this, or if not does anyone have advice on how to build a patch that could do it?

Thanks much,


April 17, 2013 at 00:55 #4628
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Did you try the AS->OM function from the RepMus library ?

In principle you have some filtering/chord-merging options in it


May 7, 2013 at 05:04 #4787

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