Hello Adam, not sure if this is the place to inquire but I'm having problems trying to save TF traces. when I select a file with traces to save and select a location to save, the folder may show up , but it will be empty. Am I forgetting something , seems like it should be pretty simple ?
I forgot, sorry - it´s late - my skype name is tzuellich
I forgot to ask ... whats the name / ur for the app that turns images into sounds that than appear on the spectrograph. A gizmo of the funny kind ;-)
could you add me to your skpe contacts? My name is Thomas Züllich. I am the scandinavian distributor and do also hold basic smaart classes. I do have a weird issue with making the spectograph slicesize bigger. I won´t let me go bigger than 2000 slices ... my machine is probook 13" with 2GB of RAM, so there should be more space.
I just registered today using the short login I use for most of these sites. I expected to be able to put my full name in somewhere after the initial registration. I would like to be known by my full name, Jay Barracato (I am a PSW guy). Did I miss somewhere to change it or is there some way you can update my account?
I talked to you a couple weeks ago about my M-Audio Pre working then after re-boot Smaart 7 doesn't recognize it. "Failed to start device..." You had me change the name of a file and that worked. Now I'm on another gig and the same thing has happened. I'd change the file but I can't remember the file name or path is. I'm running Windoze 7.
Scott Morgan aka. Earcraft
Copp Systems Integrator
diagnostic build works ok, email sent
Well done Adam, have you booked your holidays yet?
Grats on finishing your degree! A great resource for learning the ins and outs of FFTs is The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing. You can of course buy the book, but the author provides the entire text online for free download.
As for actually coding FFTs, I don't bother. There are various highly optimized libraries for doing such things. Currently I am using the Intel Performance Primitives library for my FFTs. Can also use the Intel Math Kernel Library
If you are looking for a free library for non commercial use, take a look at FFTW by some MIT folks. It's perfect for tinkering and honing ones skills. I don't recommend licensing it though as it's cost prohibitive. There are cheaper alternatives for that route.
I just finished my Computer Engineering degree and am looking at a variety of projects to keep various skills sharp. One that I am interested in is learning to code efficient FFT's. I've taken a class on DSP, but was wondering if you had any articles or books you would recommend to learn more about the various implementation algorithms for coding FFT's. Thank you for your time.