Note to Current FFTease Users
Note for Users of FFTease 2.0 and Earlier Versions
Some of the objects in FFTease 2.5 differ considerably from earlier
versions. If you are already using earlier FFTease objects for musical
performance, we urge you to experiment carefully with the 2.5 versions
before incorporating them into your existing patches.
Where is FFTease Lite?
FFTease 2.5 provides messages to control relative window size and
overlap factor. Therefore we no longer need the pfft~ system to
deliver this flexibility. See the patch "fftsize" in the help folder
for a way to control FFT size directly.
Object Flexibility FFTease 2.5 objects will reconfigure
themselves in response to changes in FFT size or signal vector
size. Therefore, they may now be used in MaxMSP poly~ objects with
downsampling or upsampling. Changes in vector size remain subject to
limitations imposed by the current poly~ (and Pluggo) architecture.