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/* newfils.h:
   Filter opcodes 

   (c) Victor Lazzarini, 2004

    This file is part of Csound.

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*/

/* 

MOOGLADDER:
asig  moogladder  ain, kcf, kres[, istor]

A new implementation of the Moog ladder filter, based on
Antti Huovilainen's design (Huovilainen, A. "Non-linear Digital
Implementation of the Moog Ladder Filter". DAFX 2004, Napoli).

ain: input signal.
kcf: lowpass cuttoff frequency (Hz).
kres: resonance, generally < 1, but not limited to it. 
Higher than 1 resonance values might cause aliasing,
analogue synths generally allow resonances to be above 1.
istor: defaults to 1, initialise the internal delay buffers
on startup. 0 means no initialisation.


STATEVAR:
ahp,alp,abp,abr  statevar  ain, kcf, kq [, iosamps, istor]

A digital implementation of the analogue state-variable filter. 
This filter has four simultaneous outputs: high-pass, low-pass,
band-pass and band-reject. 

ahp: high-pass output
alp: low-pass output
abp: band-pass output
abr: band-reject output

ain: input signal
kcf: filter frequency (Hz)
kq: filter Q. This value is limited internally depending on
the frequency and the number of times of oversampling used in
the process (3-times oversampling by default).
iosamps: number of times of oversampling used in the 
filtering process. This will determine the maximum sharpness
of the filter resonance (Q). More oversampling allows higher Qs,
less oversampling will limit the resonance. The default is 3
times (iosamps=0).
istor: defaults to 1, initialise the internal delay buffers
on startup. 0 means no initialisation.


FOFILTER:
ar fofilter asig, kcf, kris, kdec[,istor]

This filter generates a stream of overlapping sinewave grains, when fed with a pulse train. 
Each grain is the impulse response of a combination of two BP filters. The grains are defined 
by their attack time (determining the skirtwidth of the formant region at 
-60dB) and decay time (-6dB bandwidth). Overlapping will occur when 1/freq < decay, but, 
unlike FOF, there is no upper limit on the number of overlaps. 
The original idea for this opcode came from J McCartney's formlet class in SuperCollider, but this is 
possibly implemented differently(?).

asig: input signal 
kcf: formant center frequency (Hz) 
kris: impulse response attack time (secs) 
kdec: impulse response decay time (to -60dB, in secs)
istor: defaults to 1, initialise the internal delay buffers
on startup. 0 means no initialisation.


*/

#ifndef _NEWFILS_H
#define _NEWFILS_H

typedef struct _moogladder {
  OPDS    h;
  MYFLT   *out;
  MYFLT   *in;
  MYFLT   *freq;
  MYFLT   *res;
  MYFLT   *istor;
   
  double  delay[6];
  

} moogladder;

int moogladder_init(moogladder *p); 
int moogladder_process(moogladder *p); 


typedef struct _statevar {
  OPDS    h;
  MYFLT   *outhp;
  MYFLT   *outlp;
  MYFLT   *outbp;
  MYFLT   *outbr;
  MYFLT   *in;
  MYFLT   *freq;
  MYFLT   *res;
  MYFLT   *osamp;
  MYFLT   *istor;
   
  double  bpd;
  double  lpd;
  double  lp;
  int  ostimes;
  
} statevar;

int statevar_init(statevar *p); 
int statevar_process(statevar *p); 


typedef struct _fofilter {
  OPDS    h;
  MYFLT   *out;
  MYFLT   *in;
  MYFLT   *freq;
  MYFLT   *ris;
  MYFLT   *dec;
  MYFLT   *istor;
   
  double  delay[4];
  double  twopiosr;
  

} fofilter;

int fofilter_init(fofilter *p);
int fofilter_process(fofilter *p);

#endif







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