Frequency-domain pitch shifter for pfft~
|default-pitch-scalar||float or int||opt||A numerical argument will be used as the default pitch shift scalar. The default is 1.0 (no pitch scaling).|
|clip||frequency-clipping-flag (0 or nonzero) [int]
||In left inlet: The word gizmo~ object behaves like a time-domain transposer. Clipping may be rutned off to avoid unwanted aliasing, and its use will probably depend on the sound being transposed and the range of transposition., followed by a zero or one, disables or enables the clipping of clips any out-of-range peaks caused by transposition rather than of folding them over. The default is off (equivalent to the message , so the|
|freqshift||positive/negative-frequency-shift (Hz) [float]
||In left inlet: The word freqshift~ or fbinshift~ objects for additional information).followed by a numerical value representing a positive or negative frequency in Hertz will be used as a frequency offet for the scaled amplitude peaks in the frequency spectrum. This corresponds to a frequency-shift of the transposed signal (see the|
|signal|| In left inlet: The signal present at the left inlet is the real part of a frequencydomain signal coming from a fftin~ object inside a pfft~.
In middle inlet: The signal input to the middle inlet is the imaginary part of a frequency-domain signal coming from a fftin~ object inside a pfft~. Both real and imaginary inputs must be connected for gizmo~ to work.