[sdiy] Stretched harmonic synthesis
cheater00social at gmail.com
Tue Feb 22 11:34:31 CET 2022
Ian "very respected"? He likes to deride and insult people, he's been
doing that as long as he's been on the list, you can't possibly look
at that email and tell me it's something that should be "respected".
Many other users have had this experience and many times he's been run
off threads by users he'll take a chance on. This is a pattern with
Ian that's been like this for decades. Even in this thread he derided
everyone on this thread by lifting himself above "the paupers" by
saying "an actual physicist comes along". Did you miss that? You're
randomly jumping to a conversation that isn't yours, to defend an
abusive person. That's not good, Roman.
I'm not doing any demands of you or anyone else, I posted a thread
asking about something, and people are posting about unrelated stuff
and teaching me their misconceptions of how differential equations
work. Of course I'm going to say when those things don't work. It
should go without saying that the question was for those who can
answer it, not for those who can't and just want to get petty about
it. No one's holding a gun to your head to do any work for me, wtf is
that idea even. If you don't feel like contributing, don't. Finding
replacements for rotary switches is a good contribution too. You've
done that in the other thread. But don't tell me I'm doing something
wrong just because I'm trying to establish something new in synthesis.
Sometimes coming up with something new takes years of learning and
trying and often there will be topics and questions someone can't
contribute to. If someone can't contribute it's best not to be a
loudmouth like Ian and just bow out. He hasn't provided anything new,
he's just being elitist about some random vaguely related tidbit
that's not new to the conversation. That's what you see as
"respectable". It's not respectable, it's just gatekeeping and
elitism. How people get scammed this easily by someone merely
/pretending/ to be smart I will never know.
There's a lot of topics you won't see ME join. I don't know how to
debug CMOS circuits, I don't know how to analyze tempcos based on
VCAs, I don't know anything about EEPROMS, I don't know a lot of
stuff. You won't see me going to a thread with someone asking "how do
I debug this EEPROM dying", saying something stupid like "defragment
it", insisting that is right, then getting pissy when someone corrects
it. You won't see me go and cover up my confusion and lack of
knowledge like Ian did here by being patronising saying "HUH??? OMG
LOL WTF EEPROM is freshman material!! It's just like Flash, but the
details are more involved. LOL!". Those are not topics for me. Why
does someone like Ian come along trying to sage everyone, and when
it's very politely pointed out he doesn't know what he's talking
about, just start trolling people? I'll leave that for you to ponder.
Meanwhile I'll be over here, not milking the ducks.
On Tue, Feb 22, 2022 at 10:11 AM Roman Sowa <modular at go2.pl> wrote:
> The only one who should be chilling is you.
> Ian has always been very respected member of this community contributing
> a lot, meanwhile all we hear from you are demands to do all the work for
> you, and I can't recall the slightest glympse of anything you've
> designed, shared here.
> W dniu 2022-02-22 o 00:40, cheater cheater via Synth-diy pisze:
> > It's not a separated solution :) When's the last time you've held a
> > full normal conversation Ian? Chill the heck out and explain what's
> > going on. You're back to your trolling days right now.
> > On Mon, Feb 21, 2022 at 10:21 PM Ian Fritz <ijfritz at comcast.net> wrote:
> >> HUH???
> >> You asked for the separated solution and there it is.
> >> LOL!!!
> >> This is freshman material. The solution is the same as for the linear
> >> string case, except the details are a bit more involved.
> >> Ian
> >> On 2/21/2022 10:52 AM, cheater cheater wrote:
> >>> I'm not sure how to understand this equation. Can you elaborate what's
> >>> going on here? What is Y? Why is there no time variable in the
> >>> equation?
> >>> On Mon, Feb 21, 2022 at 5:48 PM Ian Fritz <ijfritz at comcast.net> wrote:
> >>>> No! In the Stiff String section: Eq 5.1.26.
> >>>> On 2/21/2022 8:48 AM, cheater cheater wrote:
> >>>>> Thanks Ian. If you're talking about equation 5.1.5, then that is a
> >>>>> reduced version of the dispersive wave equation again, without the
> >>>>> curvature term. Smith discusses it at the link. He talks about two
> >>>>> extreme cases - one where the vibrating medium is purely elastic (so
> >>>>> there's no tension term) and purely inelastic (so there's no curvature
> >>>>> term), and then talks about what happens inbetween. In any case it's
> >>>>> still a PDE that is not separable.
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