muting dac~/adc~ to prevent feedback – urgent

Nov 1, 2006 at 11:37am

muting dac~/adc~ to prevent feedback – urgent

hi,

a microphone is connected to my windows xp-machine running max/msp, and i need to record and playback the recorded sounds.

recording/playback works fine, however, when i turn the microphone volume up, a feedback occurs. in my patch i am playing OR recording, never both at the same time.

so i tried to disable/mute the dac node when recording, and the adc when playback with 2 [~*] nodes, and message boxes holding “0″ and “0.5″ in it, which didn

#28466
Nov 1, 2006 at 1:01pm

#87421
Nov 1, 2006 at 1:13pm

On 1-Nov-2006, at 12:37, max wrote:
> so: how can i turn the dac/adc nodes on/off?

There are no ‘nodes’. DSP is either on or off. Globally or at best
for a single Patcher (cf the startwindow message).

You can add a couple of selector~ objects to prevent the feedback
during recording & playback. You may want to review the Tutorials on
routing signals. At least.

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#87422
Nov 6, 2006 at 4:23pm

hi, thanks a lot.

i somehow overlooked the msp-related pdfs in the tutorial folder.

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