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accepted Logarithmic spacing of FFT subbands
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comment Logarithmic spacing of FFT subbands
Checking Minims Javadocs, they do their logarithmic scaling by dividing the nyquist frequency in half again and again like so: 0-1, 1-2, 2-4, 4-8, 8-16, 16-32, 32-64, 64-128, 128-256, etc This makes much more sense than what the article is saying.
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comment Logarithmic spacing of FFT subbands
Thank you for your answer. I'm thinking that this particular part of this article isn't correct. Since it isn't a logarithmic scaling at all :/ or even smaller bins for the lower frequencies.
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accepted How to do the Geometry Wars gravity well effect
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comment How to do the Geometry Wars gravity well effect
What would have to change about the equation under the influence of friction? I have a couple solutions to that issue but I'm interested to hear yours.
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