Debian Bug report logs - #689736
ITP: pd-fftease -- live spectral sound processors for Pd

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Reported by: Hans-Christoph Steiner <>

Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2012 18:09:01 UTC

Owned by: "Hans-Christoph Steiner" <>

Severity: wishlist

Fixed in version pd-fftease/2.5.2.git20121005-1

Done: Hans-Christoph Steiner <>

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From: Hans-Christoph Steiner <>
To: Debian Bug Tracking System <>
Subject: ITP: pd-fftease -- live spectral sound processors for Pd
Date: Fri, 05 Oct 2012 14:06:03 -0400
Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: "Hans-Christoph Steiner" <>

* Package name    : pd-fftease
  Version         :
  Upstream Author : Eric Lyon and Christopher Penrose
* URL             :
* License         : MIT
  Programming Lang: C
  Description     : live spectral sound processors for Pd

 FFTease is a collection of Pd objects implementing various forms of
 spectral sound processing. These include an additive-synthesis phase vocoder,
 noise reduction, cross synthesis, and more unusual forms of spectral
  * bthresher~ similar to thresher~ but with more control
  * burrow~ a cross-referenced filtering object
  * cavoc~ an 8-rule cellular automata that generates spectra
  * cavoc27~ a 27-rule cellular automata object
  * centerring~ a spectral modulation object
  * codepend~ a classic block convolution object
  * crossx~ a cross synthesis object with gating
  * dentist~ a partial knockout object
  * disarrain~ an interpolating version of disarray~
  * disarray~ a spectral redistribution object
  * drown~ a noise reduction (or increase) object
  * ether~ another spectral compositing object
  * leaker~ a sieve-based cross fader
  * mindwarp~ a spectral formant warping object
  * morphine~ a morphing object
  * multyq~ a four band filter
  * presidency~ a spectral sampler with pitch control
  * pvcompand~ a spectral compressor/expander object
  * pvgrain~ a spectrum analyzer for granular resynthesis
  * pvharm~ a harmonizer
  * pvoc~ an additive synthesis phase vocoder
  * pvtuner~ a spectrum quantizer for tuning to arbitrary scales
  * pvwarp~ a non-linear frequency warper
  * reanimator~ an audio texture mapper
  * resent~ similar to residency~ but with independent bin control
  * residency~ a spectral sampler useful for time scaling
  * residency_buffer~ a spectral sampler that writes to an MSP buffer
  * scrape~ a noise reduction (or increase) object with frequency control
  * shapee~ a frequency shaping object
  * swinger~ a phase swapping object
  * taint~ a cross synthesis object
  * thresher~ an amplitude/frequency sensitive gating object
  * vacancy~ a spectral compositing object
  * xsyn~ a cross synthesis with compression object
 FFTease 2.5 objects will reconfigure themselves in response to changes in FFT
 size or signal vector size. Therefore, they may now be used in MaxMSP poly~
 objects with downsampling or upsampling. Changes in vector size remain
 subject to limitations imposed by the current poly~ (and Pluggo)
 Caveat: these objects are CPU intensive. A few of these objects in a patch
 could push your computer to its limits. Be very careful with playback volume
 as some of the objects produce dramatically different (lower or higher)
 overall levels.
 Acknowledgements: This work draws heavily on the phase vocoder code presented
 by F. Richard Moore in his classic "Elements of Computer Music." Additional
 inspiration was derived from work on cross synthesis and noise reduction by
 Mark Dolson at CARL in the mid-1980s. We also wish to thank Miller Puckette
 and David Zicarelli for designing and implementing the framework under which
 FFTease is presented.

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From: Hans-Christoph Steiner <>
Subject: URL updates
Date: Fri, 28 Dec 2012 21:32:51 -0500
The debian packaging is here:;a=summary

The repackaging into a clean tarball is here:

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From: Hans-Christoph Steiner <>
Subject: Bug#689736: fixed in pd-fftease 2.5.2.git20121005-1
Date: Wed, 03 Apr 2013 19:00:04 +0000
Source: pd-fftease
Source-Version: 2.5.2.git20121005-1

We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
pd-fftease, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive.

A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is

Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.  If you
have further comments please address them to,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

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Hans-Christoph Steiner <> (supplier of updated pd-fftease package)

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Date: Fri, 28 Dec 2012 21:27:55 -0500
Source: pd-fftease
Binary: pd-fftease
Architecture: source amd64
Version: 2.5.2.git20121005-1
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Multimedia Maintainers <>
Changed-By: Hans-Christoph Steiner <>
 pd-fftease - live spectral sound processors for Pd
Closes: 689736
 pd-fftease (2.5.2.git20121005-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * Initial release (Closes: #689736)
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