shiftout — Shifts the contents of a 1-dimensional array into an audio variable.


This opcode can be used to push data to an audio variable from a 1-dimensional array. The array needs to be at least ksmps numbers long, but can be longer. Data is shifted out circularly, with the writing position moving by ksmps positions every k-cycle. When the array gets emptied, the writing position wraps around to the beginning of the array again. Together with the shiftin opcode, it can form a FIFO queue.


asig shiftout kIn[][, ioff]


ioff -- initial read offset position (optional, defaults to 0).


kin[] -- input array, needs to be at least ksmps numbers long.

asig -- output audio


Here is an example of the shiftout opcode. It uses the file shiftout.csd.

Example 997. Example of the shiftout opcode.

See the sections Real-time Audio and Command Line Flags for more information on using command line flags.

-d -odac

instr 1
ideltime = 0.5
kDel[] init sr*0.5
a1 diskin2 "fox.wav",1,0,1
a2 shiftout kDel
kDel shiftin a1
     out a1 + a2

i1 0 10

See Also

Vectorial opcodes, array opcodes


Author: Victor Lazzarini
NUI Maynooth

New in version 6.04