There is a problem when recording Supercolider’s sound.
I want to bring the recorded sound to Ableton Live and edit it.
I don’t know why the result looks like ‘Unipolar’ (this problem keeps breaking the sound).
I wonder how I can record something that looks like a normal ‘Bipolar’.
For your information, my recording setting is like this.
s.recChannels = 2;
s.recHeaderFormat = “wav”;
s.recSampleFormat = “float”;
I’ll attach SynthDef as well. For your information, when you plot the buffer itself, it looks like a bipolar.
I think there might be a problem with SynthDef.
| atk=0, sus=0, rel=3, c1=1, c2=(-1),
buf=0, rate=1, spos=0, freq=440, rq=1, bpfmix=0,
pan=0, amp=1, out=0 |
var sig, env;
env = EnvGen.kr(Env([0,1,1,0],[atk,sus,rel],[c1,0,c2]), doneAction:2);
sig = PlayBuf.ar(2, buf, rate*BufRateScale.ir(buf), startPos:spos);
sig = RLPF.ar(sig, freq, rq);
sig = sig * env;
sig = Mix.ar(sig);
sig = Pan2.ar(sig, pan, amp);
This is the result of recording.