# mc.filtercoeff~

## Description

The filtercoeff~ object is a signal-rate filter coefficient calculator for the biquad~ object. It calculates the filter coefficients from three higher-level parameters: frequency, amplitude and resonance (Q) or slope (S). Its internal calculations are based on those of the filtergraph~ object.

## Arguments

### default-filter-type [symbol]

Optional

A symbol argument may be used to set the default filter type (highpass, lowpass, etc...).

### resampling-factor [int]

Optional

An optional second argument can be used to specify a resampling factor.

## Attributes

### Common Box Attributes

### Multichannel Group Attributes

## Messages

### int

#### Arguments

filter-parameters
[int]

Integer values are converted to

In 1st inlet: Sets the center or cutoff frequency parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 2nd inlet: Sets the gain parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 3rd inlet: Sets the Q (resonance) or S (slope) parameter for the filter and causes output. (note that the term slope is only used for the third parameter of shelving filters, and is roughly equivalent to resonance).

. In 1st inlet: Sets the center or cutoff frequency parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 2nd inlet: Sets the gain parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 3rd inlet: Sets the Q (resonance) or S (slope) parameter for the filter and causes output. (note that the term slope is only used for the third parameter of shelving filters, and is roughly equivalent to resonance).

### float

#### Arguments

filter-parameters
[float]

In 1st inlet: Sets the center or cutoff frequency parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 2nd inlet: Sets the gain parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 3rd inlet: Sets the Q (resonance) or S (slope) parameter for the filter and causes output. (note that the term slope is only used for the third parameter of shelving filters, and is roughly equivalent to resonance)

In 2nd inlet: Sets the gain parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 3rd inlet: Sets the Q (resonance) or S (slope) parameter for the filter and causes output. (note that the term slope is only used for the third parameter of shelving filters, and is roughly equivalent to resonance)

### list

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

A list of up to 3 floats will specify the center-frequency, the gain, and the Q-factor respectively. A signal connected to any inlet where these parameters would normally be received will override any input from a

and the effects of these parameters are completely dependent on what type of filter is chosen. ### allpass

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

Q [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to allpass mode. The frequency response of the filter is based on two parameters: center/cutoff frequency and Q (resonance). The gain parameter is set to unity gain (1.0). An allpass filter is designed to modify the phase response, leaving a flat amplitude response ### bandpass

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

Q [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to bandpass mode. The frequency response of the filter is based on two parameters: center frequency and Q (resonance). The gain parameter is set to unity gain (1.0). ### bandstop

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

Q [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to bandstop mode. The frequency response of the filter is based on two parameters: center frequency and Q (resonance). The gain parameter is set to unity gain (1.0). ### gainapass

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to allpass mode with user-controllable gain. The frequency response of the filter is based on three parameters: center/cutoff frequency, gain, and Q (resonance), although only the gain parameter has an effect on the amplitude response. An allpass filter is designed to modify the phase response, leaving a flat amplitude response ### gainbpass

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to bandpass mode with user-controllable gain. The frequency response of the filter is based on three parameters: center frequency, gain, and Q (resonance). ### gainbstop

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to bandstop mode with user-controllable gain. The frequency response of the filter is based on three parameters: center frequency, gain, and Q (resonance). ### gainhpass

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to highpass mode with user-controllable gain. The frequency response of the filter is based on three parameters: cf (cutoff frequency) gain, and Q (resonance). ### gainlpass

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to lowpass mode with user-controllable gain. The frequency response of the filter is based on three parameters: cf (cutoff frequency) gain, and Q (resonance). ### gainresonant

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to resonant mode (resonant bandpass filter) with user-controllable gain. The frequency response of the filter is based on three parameters: center frequency, gain, and Q (resonance). ### highpass

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

Q [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to highpass mode. The frequency response of the filter is based on two parameters: cf (cutoff frequency) and Q (resonance). The gain parameter is set to unity gain (1.0). ### highshelf

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to highshelf mode. The frequency response of the filter is based on three parameters: cutoff frequency, gain, and S (slope). ### lowpass

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

Q [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to lowpass mode. The frequency response of the filter is based on two parameters: cf (cutoff frequency) and Q (resonance). The gain parameter is set to unity gain (1.0). ### lowshelf

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to lowshelf mode. The frequency response of the filter is based on three parameters: cutoff frequency, gain, and S (slope). ### off

#### Arguments

filter-type
[list]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to off mode whereby the dry, unfiltered signal is passed to the outputs. ### peaknotch

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

initial-gain [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to peaknotch mode. The frequency response of the filter is based on three parameters: center/cutoff frequency, gain, and Q (resonance). ### resamp

#### Arguments

resampling-factor
[int]

Set the resampling factor

### resonant

#### Arguments

center-frequency
[float]

Q [float]

Q [float]

In left inlet: The word

sets the filter type to resonant mode (resonant bandpass filter). The frequency response of the filter is based on two parameters: center frequency and Q (resonance). The gain parameter is set to unity gain (1.0). ### signal

In 1st inlet: Sets the center or cutoff frequency parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 2nd inlet: Sets the gain parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 3rd inlet: Sets the Q (resonance) or S (slope) parameter for the filter and causes output. (note that the term slope is only used for the third parameter of shelving filters, and is roughly equivalent to resonance)

In 2nd inlet: Sets the gain parameter for the filter and causes output.

In 3rd inlet: Sets the Q (resonance) or S (slope) parameter for the filter and causes output. (note that the term slope is only used for the third parameter of shelving filters, and is roughly equivalent to resonance)

### Multichannel Group Messages

## Output

### signal

The five signal outlets output signal-rate filter coefficients for the biquad~ object.

## See Also

Name | Description |
---|---|

allpass~ | |

biquad~ | |

cascade~ | |

delay~ | |

filtergraph~ | |

lores~ | |

reson~ | |

teeth~ | |

Audio Filtering | Audio Filtering |