mc.bands~ Reference

Filter bank for MC

mc.bands~

Examples

Arguments

number-of-bands [int]

The number of bands, and thus channels of audio, into which the audio input will be split.

Attributes

Common Box Attributes

Messages

signal

Audio signal to be split into separate channels for each frequency band.

float

Arguments

parameter [float]
In 2nd inlet: The lowest frequency, in hertz, for which to create a band of audio.

In 3rd inlet: The highest frequency, in hertz, for which to create a band of audio.

In 4th inlet: The number of bands to create, ranging from the low bound to the high bound.

In 5th inlet: The width of the bands as a percentage. 100% represents the ideal bandwidth for an even crossover between bands. Higher numbers represent narrower bands with a more pronounced gap between the bands. Lower numbers represent wider bands with more overlap.

Note: Input to any one of the inlets will recalculate the filters graph and may cause a glitch in the audio.
Changes to the number of bands will require a re-start of the DSP to take effect.

See Also

Name Description
fffb~
mc.reson~