Re: [ecasound] adjust phase of signal

From: Julien Claassen <>
Date: Sat Jun 25 2011 - 23:52:23 EEST

Hello Patrick!
   Only 180 and 0 degrees. It's a simple mathematical thing. What happens if
you choose negative volume? The peaks/waveforms get reversed, resulting in a
180dgree phase shift. Think, what would you expect from:
wav * 100% + wave * -100%
   They cancel each other out. But for the more complex phase shifts, you need
a plugin or you can always try one of the big synthesizers (SuperCollider,
Csound, PureData, CLM...).
   Kind regards

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