problem with begin~

Oct 3, 2009 at 5:48pm

problem with begin~

Dear users,

To which object should I connect in my patch.
I receive only error.

I am very sorry for my too often stupid question.

sincerely,
prko

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#45717
Oct 3, 2009 at 6:56pm

As you’ll notice from the help file, the best way to mute parts of your patch is to save them as abstractions and load them into the [poly~] object.

lh

#164846
Oct 3, 2009 at 8:04pm

I did so already.
It functions well.
With [adc˜] as in my patch, there is problem, but I have solved it.

The problem is the following:
I have decided not to any poly~.
Poly~ produces many windows. These windows very troublesome.
I want rather to use bpatchers.
Unfortunately, I had no success to connect each instance produced by poly~ to an instance of bpatcher.
So I need another method to mute a subpatch.

Still the issue is how to nute the adc~!

Is there no other suggestion?

prko

#164847
Oct 4, 2009 at 6:09am
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Poly~ produces many windows. These windows very troublesome.

Could this be because you saved the patch that you load in poly~ with open windows? Anyhow, there is also the mute object, and pcontrol can do something similar.

#164848
Oct 4, 2009 at 8:38am
prko wrote on Sat, 03 October 2009 22:04

Is there no other suggestion?

prko

there is: put a poly~ in your bpatcher.

#164849
Oct 4, 2009 at 11:06am
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Still the issue is how to nute the adc~!

If I recall correctly, in the very first versions of max it was not allowed to have multiple dac objects. Anyhow I got accustomed to the style of having only one place in my patch where audio flows in and out, and distributing the signal being part of the programming process. Muting a bpatcher with an adc~ inside sounds rather dirty.

Thus the mute~ business work for you?

#164850
Oct 4, 2009 at 2:17pm

i havent looked at his patch, but one can just have dac~s in a poly~ in order to
cut off stuff from the “main out”.

#164851
Oct 4, 2009 at 3:22pm

thanks a lot!
I have solved with mute~ and pass~.
mute~is placed the patch.
pass~ is placed as an abstract.
I think poly~ is useful, if one does not need a GUI.
In order to use GUI, bpatcher with arguments is much better, isn’t it?

best,
prko

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