Spring physical model of resonating spring


superclass: UGen



models the force of a resonating string


*ar(in, spring, damp)


in modulated input force

spring spring constant (incl. mass)

damp damping

// examples

// trigger gate is mouse button

// spring constant is mouse x

// mouse y controls damping

(

{ 

var inforce, outforce, freq, k, d;

inforce = K2A.ar(MouseButton.kr(0,1,0)) > 0; 

k = MouseY.kr(0.1, 20, 1);

d = MouseX.kr(0.00001, 0.1, 1);

outforce = Spring.ar(inforce, k, d);

freq = outforce * 400 + 500; // modulate frequency with the force

SinOsc.ar(freq, 0, 0.2)

}.play;

)


// several springs in series.

// trigger gate is mouse button

// spring constant is mouse x

// mouse y controls damping

(

{ var m0, m1, m2, m3, d, k, inforce;

d = MouseY.kr(0.00001, 0.01, 1); 

k = MouseX.kr(0.1, 20, 1);

inforce = K2A.ar(MouseButton.kr(0,1,0)) > 0; 

m0 = Spring.ar(inforce, k, 0.01);

m1 = Spring.ar(m0, 0.5 * k, d);

m2 = Spring.ar(m0, 0.6 * k + 0.2, d);

m3 = Spring.ar(m1 - m2, 0.4, d);

SinOsc.ar(m3 * 200 + 500, 0, 0.2) // modulate frequency with the force

}.play;

)

// modulating a resonating string with the force

// spring constant is mouse x

// mouse y controls damping 

(

{ var m0, m1, m2, m3, m4, d, k, t;

k = MouseX.kr(0.5, 100, 1);

d = MouseY.kr(0.0001, 0.01, 1);

t = Dust.ar(2);

m0 = Spring.ar(ToggleFF.ar(t), 1 * k, 0.01);

m1 = Spring.ar(m0, 0.5 * k, d);

m2 = Spring.ar(m0, 0.6 * k, d);

m3 = Spring.ar([m1,m2], 0.4 * k, d);

m4 = Spring.ar(m3 - m1 + m2, 0.1 * k, d);

CombL.ar(t, 0.1, LinLin.ar(m4, -10, 10, 1/8000, 1/100), 12)

}.play;

)


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