# hilbert~

## Examples

## Arguments

### x [auto]

The signal input to hilbert~ that will be hilbert-transformed. The Hilbert transform, or phase quadrature, produces signals that are 90 degrees out of phase with each other.

## Inlets

### x [auto]

The signal input to hilbert~ that will be hilbert-transformed. The Hilbert transform, or phase quadrature, produces signals that are 90 degrees out of phase with each other.

## Outlets

### out1 [signal]

The "real" part of the hilbert-transformed signal. It will be 90 degrees out of phase from the "imaginary" part.

### out2 [signal]

The "imaginary" part of the hilbert-transformed signal. It will be 90 degrees out of phase from the "real" part.

## Dynamic Attributes

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These attributes can be modified in the code during execution using the
set
object
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### reset [bang] (default: 0)

Banging this attribute will reset the object to its default state.

### x [auto]

The signal input to hilbert~ that will be hilbert-transformed. The Hilbert transform, or phase quadrature, produces signals that are 90 degrees out of phase with each other.

## See Also

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

hilbert~ | Phase quadrature filter |

freqshift~ | Time domain frequency shifter |

allpass~ | Apply an allpass filter effect |

comb~ | Apply a comb filter effect |