Spectral Suite version 2.1.6 released
Version 2.1.6 of the Spectral Suite has now been released.
Spectral Suite version 2.1.5 released
Version 2.1.5 of the Spectral Suite has now been released.
Spectral Suite version 2.1.4 released
Version 2.1.4 of the Spectral Suite has now been released.
This adds a new fft type which can be selected in the settings. This was an attempt at creating a 'Phase Vocoder' style fft which should in theory yield more accurate frequency estimates. However, I'm pretty sure I've done something wrong here...but it sounds cool. So expect a 'pvoc2' at somepoint which may be a technically more correct version.
Spectral Suite has now been open sourced!
Spectral Suite version 2.1.3 released
Version 2.1.3 of the Spectral Suite has now been released.
This is a minor release. Adds descriptions to parameters and fixed a bug on Morph where audio was silenced when fft size was changed
Spectral Suite version 2.1.2 released
Version 2.1.2 of the Spectral Suite has now been released.
Spectral Suite version 2.1.1 released
Version 2.1.1 of the Spectral Suite has now been released.
This is a micro release that mainly includes a new installer for Mac OS
Examples of using Grid Layout (with kittens)
These examples are based on tutorials by Rachel Andrew
Defining a grid
We can define a grid simply by setting the
grid. Defining the columns is as simple as specifying the widths to the
grid-template-columnsproperty. We can do the same for the rows using the
grid-template-rowsproperty. If any more rows are added then we can use the
grid-auto-rowsproperty to define these heights. To specify the gap between columns we can use
grid-column-gapproperty and for rows we can use the
grid-row-gapproperty. If instead we want to specify both at once we can use the
grid-gapproperty. In grid layout terminology we use the term track for referring to a row or a column.