[CM] re: samples->seconds

Bret Battey bbattey@dmu.ac.uk
Wed, 8 Sep 2004 17:00:18 +0100

Actually, this brings up an ongooing question for me (though perhaps  
the question is resolved/clarified in CLM 3)

I've taken to setting both *clm-srate* and *srate* before starting any  
work -- and below we have reference to mus-srate. It has never been  
clear to me which one, if any, was "official." Often setting only one  
of them I would get unpredictable results, depending on what instrument  
I was using, etc. Rather than tracking down the problem, I just started  
using the shotgun approach.

Particularly when one is designing one's own instruments: which one  
"should" one reference to make sample-rate based calculations?

Also, seems like these days default should now be 44.1k?

Bret Battey                                                            
Senior Lecturer: Music, Technology and Innovation
De Montfort University, Leicester, UK                    

On 8 Sep 2004, at 15:13, Bill Schottstaedt wrote:

> > I need the functions 'seconds->samples and 'samples->seconds
> > included here because the default ones in snd seem to be
> > hardwired at srate=22050 or something.
> They're considered a part of the clm module, so they use
> mus-srate, rather than srate -- there are a bazillion
> srates floating around.
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