01-lowpass-filters.py - The effect of the order of a filter.¶
For this first example about filtering, we compare the frequency spectrum of three common lowpass filters.
Tone : IIR first-order lowpass
ButLP : IIR second-order lowpass (Butterworth)
MoogLP : IIR fourth-order lowpass (+ resonance as an extra parameter)
Complementary highpass filters for the Tone and ButLP objects are Atone and ButHP. Another common highpass filter is the DCBlock object, which can be used to remove DC component from an audio signal.
The next example will present bandpass filters.
from pyo import * s = Server().boot() # White noise generator n = Noise(0.5) # Common cutoff frequency control freq = Sig(1000) freq.ctrl([SLMap(50, 5000, "lin", "value", 1000)], title="Cutoff Frequency") # Three different lowpass filters tone = Tone(n, freq) butlp = ButLP(n, freq) mooglp = MoogLP(n, freq) # Interpolates between input objects to produce a single output sel = Selector([tone, butlp, mooglp]).out() sel.ctrl(title="Filter selector (0=Tone, 1=ButLP, 2=MoogLP)") # Displays the spectrum contents of the chosen source sp = Spectrum(sel) s.gui(locals())