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LFPulse

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final case class LFPulse(rate: Rate, freq: GE = 440.0f, iphase: GE = 0.0f, width: GE = 0.5f) extends SingleOut with Product with Serializable

A non-band-limited pulse oscillator UGen. Outputs a high value of one and a low value of zero.

freq

oscillator frequency in Hertz

iphase

initial phase offset in cycles ( 0..1 ). If you think of a buffer of one cycle of the waveform, this is the starting offset into this buffer. Hence, an iphase of 0.25 means that you will hear the first impulse after 0.75 periods! If you prefer to specify the perceived delay instead, you could use an iphase of -0.25 + 1 which is more intuitive. Note that the phase is not automatically wrapped into the range of 0..1 , so putting an iphase of -0.25 currently results in a strange initial signal which only stabilizes to the correct behaviour after one period! (init-time only)

width

pulse width duty cycle from zero to one. If you want to specify the width rather in seconds, you can use the formula width = freq * dur , e.g. for a single sample impulse use width = freq * SampleDur.ir .

See also

Pulse

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  1. new LFPulse(rate: Rate, freq: GE = 440.0f, iphase: GE = 0.0f, width: GE = 0.5f)

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    freq

    oscillator frequency in Hertz

    iphase

    initial phase offset in cycles ( 0..1 ). If you think of a buffer of one cycle of the waveform, this is the starting offset into this buffer. Hence, an iphase of 0.25 means that you will hear the first impulse after 0.75 periods! If you prefer to specify the perceived delay instead, you could use an iphase of -0.25 + 1 which is more intuitive. Note that the phase is not automatically wrapped into the range of 0..1 , so putting an iphase of -0.25 currently results in a strange initial signal which only stabilizes to the correct behaviour after one period! (init-time only)

    width

    pulse width duty cycle from zero to one. If you want to specify the width rather in seconds, you can use the formula width = freq * dur , e.g. for a single sample impulse use width = freq * SampleDur.ir .

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  8. val freq: GE

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    oscillator frequency in Hertz

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  10. lazy val hashCode: Int

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  11. val iphase: GE

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    initial phase offset in cycles ( 0..1 ).

    initial phase offset in cycles ( 0..1 ). If you think of a buffer of one cycle of the waveform, this is the starting offset into this buffer. Hence, an iphase of 0.25 means that you will hear the first impulse after 0.75 periods! If you prefer to specify the perceived delay instead, you could use an iphase of -0.25 + 1 which is more intuitive. Note that the phase is not automatically wrapped into the range of 0..1 , so putting an iphase of -0.25 currently results in a strange initial signal which only stabilizes to the correct behaviour after one period! (init-time only)

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  13. def makeUGens: UGenInLike

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    Abstract method which must be implemented by creating the actual UGens during expansion.

    Abstract method which must be implemented by creating the actual UGens during expansion. This method is at most called once during graph expansion

    returns

    the expanded object (depending on the type parameter U)

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  18. val rate: Rate

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  23. val width: GE

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    pulse width duty cycle from zero to one.

    pulse width duty cycle from zero to one. If you want to specify the width rather in seconds, you can use the formula width = freq * dur , e.g. for a single sample impulse use width = freq * SampleDur.ir .

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