/***************************************************/ /*! \class TwoPole \brief STK two-pole filter class. This protected Filter subclass implements a two-pole digital filter. A method is provided for creating a resonance in the frequency response while maintaining a nearly constant filter gain. by Perry R. Cook and Gary P. Scavone, 1995 - 2005. */ /***************************************************/ #ifndef STK_TWOPOLE_H #define STK_TWOPOLE_H #include "Filter.h" 00020 class TwoPole : protected Filter { public: //! Default constructor creates a second-order pass-through filter. TwoPole(); //! Class destructor. ~TwoPole(); //! Clears the internal states of the filter. void clear(void); //! Set the b[0] coefficient value. void setB0(StkFloat b0); //! Set the a[1] coefficient value. void setA1(StkFloat a1); //! Set the a[2] coefficient value. void setA2(StkFloat a2); //! Sets the filter coefficients for a resonance at \e frequency (in Hz). /*! This method determines the filter coefficients corresponding to two complex-conjugate poles with the given \e frequency (in Hz) and \e radius from the z-plane origin. If \e normalize is true, the coefficients are then normalized to produce unity gain at \e frequency (the actual maximum filter gain tends to be slightly greater than unity when \e radius is not close to one). The resulting filter frequency response has a resonance at the given \e frequency. The closer the poles are to the unit-circle (\e radius close to one), the narrower the resulting resonance width. An unstable filter will result for \e radius >= 1.0. For a better resonance filter, use a BiQuad filter. \sa BiQuad filter class */ void setResonance(StkFloat frequency, StkFloat radius, bool normalize = false); //! Set the filter gain. /*! The gain is applied at the filter input and does not affect the coefficient values. The default gain value is 1.0. */ void setGain(StkFloat gain); //! Return the current filter gain. StkFloat getGain(void) const; //! Return the last computed output value. StkFloat lastOut(void) const; //! Input one sample to the filter and return one output. StkFloat tick(StkFloat sample); //! Take a channel of the StkFrames object as inputs to the filter and replace with corresponding outputs. /*! The \c channel argument should be zero or greater (the first channel is specified by 0). An StkError will be thrown if the \c channel argument is equal to or greater than the number of channels in the StkFrames object. */ StkFrames& tick( StkFrames& frames, unsigned int channel = 0 ); }; #endif

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