frame~ Reference

Output a list as an FFT frame or a signal vector

frame~

Description

The frame~ object is similar to the MSP sig~ object, but it provides a way to output lists inside a patcher loaded by the pfft~ object or to provide signal vector information outside of the pfft~ domain.

Arguments

None.

Attributes

Common Box Attributes

Messages

int

Arguments

signal-vector-value [int]
An integer sent to the frame~ object will cause a signal vector containing that value to be sent out the object's outlet.

float

Arguments

signal-vector-value [float]
A floating point number sent to the frame~ object will cause a signal vector containing that value to be sent out the object's outlet.

list

Arguments

signal-vector-value [list]
A list of integers or floating point numbers sent to the frame~ object will cause a signal vector containing those values to be sent out the object's outlet.

anything

Arguments

signal-vector-value [list]
Any integer, floating point number, or list sent to the frame~ object will cause a signal vector containing the value(s) to be sent out the object's outlet.

fill

Arguments

frame-value [list]
By default, the frame~ object sets all unspecified frame values to 0. The word fill, followed by an integer or floating point value, will set all unspecified frame values to that amount.

mirror

Arguments

mirroring [int]
By default, the frame~ object sets all frame values above the Nyquist frequency to 0. When used in conjunction with a pfft~ object set to full spectrum mode, the message mirror 1 will enable mirroring all frame values.

See Also

Name Description
cartopol
cartopol~
fft~
fftin~
fftinfo~
fftout~
frameaccum~
framedelta~
framesnap~
ifft~
in
out
poltocar
poltocar~
vectral~
MSP Analysis Tutorial 3: Using the FFT MSP Analysis Tutorial 3: Using the FFT
MSP Analysis Tutorial 4: Signal Processing with pfft~ MSP Analysis Tutorial 4: Signal Processing with pfft~