Commit 3c340583 authored by Ivica Bukvic's avatar Ivica Bukvic
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*aesthetic clean-up of some of the help files

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#X text 7 2 wavetable oscillators- Related Help Documents;
#X text 19 37 list the other tab-objects here;
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#X text 18 352 The [tabread4~] module is available for situations requiring
#X text 18 343 The [tabread4~] module is available for situations requiring
more control than [tabosc4~] offers. The relationship between the two
is the same as between [cos~] and [osc~] \, although the units are
different between [cos~] and [tabread4~]. [cos~] assumes input is normalized
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#X text 64 93 convert to SAMPLES (441 samples in 0.01 sec);
#X text 168 164 read from the table;
#X text 169 178 (the input is the index in samples);
#X text 17 488 For more on reading and writing soundfiles to tables
#X text 17 493 For more on reading and writing soundfiles to tables
\, setting their lengths \, etc \, see "arrays" in the "control examples"
series.;
#X text 17 526 Fanatics take note: if you want really high-fidelity
#X text 17 533 Fanatics take note: if you want really high-fidelity
sampling \, use a high-quality resampling program to up-sample your
soundfile to 88200 to drastically reduce interpolation error.;
#X text 65 142 convert smoothly to audio signal;
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#X text 17 394 This patch introduces the [tabread4~] object \, which
#X text 17 388 This patch introduces the [tabread4~] object \, which
reads audio samples out of a floating-point array \, often called a
"sample table." The input is the index of the sample to read \, counting
from zero. The output is calculated using 4-point cubic interpolation
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#X text 12 125 LIBRARY internal;
#X text 12 165 WEBSITE http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/;
#X text 12 25 LICENSE SIBSD;
#X text 12 145 AUTHOR Miller Puckette;
#X text 12 205 HELP_PATCH_AUTHORS Updated for Pd version 0.29. Jonathan
Wilkes revised the patch to conform to the PDDP template for Pd version
0.42.;
#X text 12 5 KEYWORDS signal array;
#X text 12 45 DESCRIPTION 4-point-interpolating table lookup;
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#X text 12 185 RELEASE_DATE 1997;
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