# filtercoeff~

## Examples

## Arguments

### type [enum]

A symbol argument may be used to set the default filter type. Acceptable values are...

: 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

: 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).

: 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).

: 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.

: 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).

: 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).

: 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).

: 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).

: 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).

: 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).

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

: 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).

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

: Sets the filter type to off mode whereby the dry, unfiltered signal is passed to the outputs.

### resamp [number]

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

## Inlets

### frequency [auto]

Sets the center or cutoff frequency parameter for the filter and causes output.

### gain [auto]

Sets the gain parameter for the filter and causes output.

### q [auto]

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).

## Outlets

### a0 [signal]

Signal-rate FF0 Coefficient. Patches into Gain inlet of the biquad~ object

### a1 [signal]

Signal-rate FF1 Coefficient. Patches into FF1 inlet of the biquad~ object

### a2 [signal]

Signal-rate FF2 Coefficient. Patches into FF2 inlet of the biquad~ object

### b1 [signal]

Signal-rate FB1 Coefficient. Patches into FB1 inlet of the biquad~ object

### b2 [signal]

Signal-rate FB2 Coefficient. Patches into FB2 inlet of the biquad~ object

## Fixed Attributes

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These attributes must be set in the object box and determine the behavior of the object at runtime.
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### resamp [number] (default: -1)

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

## Dynamic Attributes

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These attributes can be modified in the code during execution using the
set
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### frequency [auto]

Sets the center or cutoff frequency parameter for the filter and causes output.

### gain [auto]

Sets the gain parameter for the filter and causes output.

### q [auto]

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).

### type [enum] (default: off)

A symbol argument may be used to set the default filter type. Acceptable values are...

: 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

: 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).

: 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).

: 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.

: 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).

: 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).

: 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).

: 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).

: 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).

: 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).

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

: 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).

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

Possible values: : Sets the filter type to off mode whereby the dry, unfiltered signal is passed to the outputs.

0 = 'lowpass'

1 = 'highpass'

2 = 'bandpass'

3 = 'bandstop'

4 = 'peaknotch'

5 = 'lowshelf'

6 = 'highshelf'

7 = 'resonant'

8 = 'allpass'

9 = 'gainlpass'

10 = 'gainhpass'

11 = 'gainbpass'

12 = 'gainbstop'

13 = 'gainresonant'

14 = 'gainapass'

15 = 'off'

## See Also

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

filtercoeff~ | Signal-rate filter coefficient generator |

biquad~ | Two-pole, two-zero filter |

allpass~ | Apply an allpass filter effect |

comb~ | Apply an comb filter effect |

cross~ | Third-order crossover filter |

lores~ | Resonant lowpass filter |

reson~ | Resonant bandpass filter |

svf~ | State-variable filter with simultaneous outputs |

onepole~ | Single-pole lowpass filter |