I’m wondering if I’m going about this the right way… I’m looking to process some buffers through filters etc. For example, I’d like to apply a LPF to a buffer as fast as the CPU can handle, not at audio rate.
- Is it possible to utilize ugens somehow (ie, send a buffer to a ugen or series of ugens and then get it back)?
- Or is the only approach to implement my own filters in sclang and iterate through the buffer on that side?
Just wanted to check before getting too far