Undescribed Horrific Abuse, One Victim & Survivor of Many gmkarl at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 06:11:58 PST 2022

ok so i can imagine that a time clock is ticking for every sample, by 1

idx = time = idx = time

so in the first period, the sample would be original_signal[int(idx *
len(original_signal) / period_length)] ... i think?

>>> int(0 * len(original_signal) / period_length)
>>> int(1 * len(original_signal) / period_length)
>>> int(2 * len(original_signal) / period_length)

yeah, that looks right

so, um ... i would just take the modulo of that number with the
length. that could happen anywhere in the index formula.

maybe i'll make a .py file!

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