Inverse fast Fourier transform
|IFFT-points (samples)||int||opt||The first argument specifies the number of points (samples) in the IFFT. It must be a power of two. The default number of points is 512. The second argument specifies the number of samples between successive IFFTs. This must be at least the number of points, and must be also be a power of two. The default interval is 512. The third argument specifies the offset into the interval where the IFFT will start. This must either be 0 or a multiple of the signal vector size. ifft~ will correct bad arguments, but if you change the signal vector size after creating an ifft~ and the offset is no longer a multiple of the vector size, the ifft~ will not operate when signal processing is turned on.|
|signal|| In left inlet: The real part of a complex signal that will be inverse transformed.
In right inlet: The imaginary part of a complex signal that will be inverse transformed.
If signals are connected only to the left inlet and left outlet, a real IFFT (inverse Fast Fourier transform) will be performed. Otherwise, a complex IFFT will be performed.
|cartopol||Cartesian to Polar coordinate conversion|
|cartopol~||Signal Cartesian to Polar coordinate conversion|
|fft~||Fast Fourier transform|
|fftin~||Input for a patcher loaded by pfft~|
|fftinfo~||Report information about a patcher loaded by pfft~|
|fftout~||Output for a patcher loaded by pfft~|
|frameaccum~||Compute "running phase" of successive phase deviation frames|
|framedelta~||Compute phase deviation between successive FFT frames|
|pfft~||Spectral processing manager for patchers|
|poltocar||Polar to Cartesian coordinate conversion|
|poltocar~||Signal Polar to Cartesian coordinate conversion|
|vectral~||Vector-based envelope follower|
|MSP Tutorial 25: Using the FFT||MSP Tutorial 25: Using the FFT|